Australia Wheat

We have tried to collect some of the most recent information produced by the Australian Government to help you understand Australian's current Wheat Growing Outlook. Below you will see:

Check out these stats in the 2011-2012 Washington Wheat Facts downloadable brochure.

Check out this and other states in the Australian Crop Report - February 2012.

Growing Season:

  • Australia plants their wheat crops as early as April but generally in May and June.
  • With a gestation period of 120 days they will be harvesting their wheat in September and October.
  • A great report on the outlook of the seasonal climate:

Australian Wheat Regions

Australian Wheat Grades
APW1=Australian Premium White
ASW1=Australian Standard White
AGP1=General Purpose
(These grades are used on the AWB Daily Prices) 

Western Australia
Daily Prices

Click for Perth, Western Australia Forecast  

South Australia
South Australian Mailee
Eyre Penninsula
SA Mid North & York 

.Click for Woomera, South Australia Forecast  

New South Wales 

Click for Dubbo, New South Wales Forecast  

Riverina & North Eastern
Central Victoria
Victorian Mailee & Western
Wimmera& Wester Districts

Click for Hamilton, Victoria Forecast  

The following charts indicates the Australian Rainfall Deciles (current vs. average). The green outlines represent the Australian wheat regions. The right represents the legend for these maps.  Last month is highlighted below in gray.

January 2017

Map not available.

February 2017

March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

June 2017

July 2017

August 2017

September 2017

October 2017

October 2017 Rain Map for Australia

November 2017

2017 November Rainfall for Australia

December 2016