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The high quality of Western Australian table grapes commands premium prices on both domestic and international markets. The industry has grown rapidly from 1992 to 2004, with production increasing from 2200t to 6500t and exports increasing rapidly from about 100t in 1992 to 1320t in 2003. Western Australia produces about 5 per cent of Australian table grapes.
About 300 commercial table grape vineyards are located near the Western Australia coast, extending from the Gascoyne region in the north of the State, including Carnarvon, to the South-West region, including Harvey, Donnybrook, Margaret River and Busselton areas.
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Sustainable development, Table grapes, Grape industry, Western Australia
Viticulture and Oenology
Cameron, I, and Pasqual, G. (2004), Table grapes from Western Australia at a glance. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4626.