Industry Association members

This page lists the Industry Associations that are members of WildFlowers Australia Ltd.

These associations are mostly regional in focus and conduct a range of activities for their members. These events are a great opportunity for growers and allied industry members to meet, learn new things, solve problems and establish contacts. Attending a meeting can provide new and potential growers with more information about the commercial wildflower industry.

Wildflower Industry Network NSW Inc

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The Wildflower Industry Network NSW Inc. (WIN) aims to grow and promote the Wildflower Industry in NSW, which is based on Australian native flowers and foliage, as well as selections from South African Proteaceae. It supports the interests of commercial growers and others with a commercial interest in wildflowers throughout NSW by fostering exchange of commercial and technical information;  initiating technical research and supporting collective action on industry issues. WIN has 2 active groups, one incorporating the greater Sydney area (including the Central Coast, Blue Mountains and extending to the South Coast) and one located on the NSW mid north coast.

It evolved from the Waratah Industry Network which commenced in 1994 and undertook a number of projects to enhance grower understanding of waratahs, to promote the waratah as a cut flower and to liaise with NPWS over grower concerns relating to tagging and grower registration.

With many changes in the wildflower industry in NSW over the past decade and the demise of the former State organisation, the Waratah Industry Network evolved to represent the interests of all NSW wildflower growers. The Wildflower Industry Network NSW Inc. came into being in June 2011.

For more information, please contact Frank Allatt,


Flower Association

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The Flower Association is a non-profit peak industry organisation that supports the sustainable growth of the cut flower and foliage industry. The association invites members from all sectors of the industry, including growers, breeders, wholesalers, allied traders, educators and florists. The association organises regular industry events for growers, wholesalers and florists including the upcoming Australian Flower Festival being held in Brisbane.

The Flower Association is the publisher of Australian Flower Industry magazine which contains the latest industry news and information written by recognised industry experts to address the business development needs of all industry members. The association also publishes the Flowers app which is an electronic vehicle for the magazine as well as special edition apps like the Careers Guide and Business Planning Guide. Flowers is currently available for free download in the Google Play and Apple stores.

Go to to subscribe to Australian Flower Industry magazine or download Flowers by searching for ‘flower industry’ in the Apple and Google play stores. Web:



GrandiFlora Growers Pty Ltd

A group of growers who support the GrandiFlora brand.