Date: 15th March 2023
The annual Australian Horticulture Statistics Handbook offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date data available on more than 75 horticultural products including fruit, nuts, vegetables, nursery, turf, and cut flowers.
Drawing on data from several supply chain sources, including international trade statistics and industry peak bodies, the Handbook includes information on retail and foodservice use, exports and imports, share of production by State and Territory, wholesale value, and volume.
Overall figures 2021/22
The horticulture sector overall exceeded $15.6 billion in production value in 2021/22, with mixed performance across the various commodity groups. The rising value was driven by significant value increases in the vegetable and nut categories – which increased 12.9 per cent and 16 per cent respectively.
Online dashboard: This format, available on laptop and desktop computers, provides an interface for readers to directly interact and extract data at the product category level.
Mobile phone: This format provides the same functionality as the online dashboard.
Hardcopy: The original format of the handbook continues to be made available for this edition through PDF documents.
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