Improving the value & sustainability of Esperance port zone grain growers.

South East Premium Wheat Growers Association

Facilitating a Profitable and Sustainable Grains Industry in the Esperance Port Zone.

South East Premium Wheat Growers Association

Discover What to Grow Where & When

Keeping You Up to Date with What Barley, Wheat & Canola Varieties are Best Suited to Your Area.

Discover What to Grow Where & When

Keeping You On the Cutting Edge

SEPWA Research Projects Actively Explore New Developments That Will Help You Make More Informed Decisions.

Keeping You On the Cutting Edge

Planting Hope

Encouraging Growth for Sustainable Futures.

Planting Hope

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The SEPWA Membership Represents Some of the Most Progressive Grower Groups within Western Australia.

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South East Premium Wheat Growers Association

SEPWA was established in 1993 to represent wheat growers in the Esperance Port Zone, assisting growers to produce premium quality grain.
Today, SEPWA's vision is to improve profitability and sustainability of Esperance Port Zone grain growers.

2019 SEPWA Trials

The 2019 SEPWA Variety Trials for the Esperance Port Zone have been sown. Information on their locations and in-season data is updated throughout the year.

Latest News

Nominations now open for SEPWA Executive committee 2020

Grain growers and industry experts based in the Esperance Port Zone are encouraged to nominate for one of the four positions available. If you are passionate about the grains industry...

Rob Ashman Scholarship 2020 - Open

Rob Ashman Scholarship 2020 - Open

Rob Ashman Memorial Scholarship in Agricultural Science - OPEN Scholarships in Agricultural Science for 2020 Three scholarships totalling $8500, supported by Virids Ag, Farm and General and South East Premium...

Upcoming Events

SEPWA Harvest Review and Dinner
14 Feb @ 09:00AM - 05:00PM

Grain growers and industry experts based in the Esperance Port Zone are encouraged to nominate for one of the four positions available.

If you are passionate about the grains industry and want to be part of the driving force behind improving it. The successful candidates will serve a three-year term. Nominations are now open and close January 31, 2020.

SEPWA is managed by an Executive of 12 volunteers who are all involved in the grains industry and the committee regularly meets face to face to discuss industry issues, the group’s activities and operational matters. 

The Executive play an important part in promoting profitability and sustainability of EPZ grain growers. They are also involved in representing the region, providing ideas and being a platform for industry groups, and assisting with the organisation of various events held throughout the year.

The Executive election will be conducted at the SEPWA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Harvest Review in Esperance and at the Rain Crop Updates on February 13 and 14.

For further information, please contact SEPWA Executive Officer, Niki Curtis on 9083 1152.

NOMINATION FORM