Supporting Queensland Horticulture

Growcom has more than 90 years of experience providing relevant and practical services to businesses in Queensland’s horticultural sector. As the peak representative industry body, we strive to keep Queensland growers profitable and Queensland fruit, vegetables and nuts on the table.

Growcom members represent the most advanced and productive growers throughout Queensland, equivalent to 70 per cent of horticultural production. They invest in Growcom membership for better business confidence.

We know farming. We know that no day is the same, and that as a grower you wear many different hats – horticulturist, sales manager, team leader, meteorology expert, product inspector and/or marketing specialist. You know compliance is vitally important, but it’s hard to stay on track with the constant changes to industrial relations laws, the latest spray and pesticide regulations, and best farm business practices.

As a Growcom member, you don’t need to worry about where to find the most up to date information, it’s provided to you. Simply choose your level of membership and relax knowing you are not alone. Growcom’s team of experts is driving you forward.


Join the peak industry body for horticulture.

We offer a range of membership options to best meet the needs of individuals and groups.


Enquire about membership


07 3620 3844
(Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm)

Membership Services Team
PO Box 202
Fortitude Valley  QLD  4006

Read what our members say about Growcom
Tina McPherson
“From working in other areas of farming, we were aware of the value of industry organisations and what they could do regarding advocacy, supply of information and keeping us in touch with the wider industry. Growcom certainly does all these things, and more.”
Belinda Adams
“For the journey I have taken, I have to thank Growcom, because if I hadn’t got their email, my journey would be totally different.”
Terry O’Leary
“We are Growcom members because it’s important today to have a fine-tuned business focus, and our membership helps us keep up our professional skills, particularly in the area of workplace relations.”
Robert Doyle
“Growcom continues to make a big difference to the viability of the Queensland horticulture industry. Growers need to get behind the organisation to help further this work.”
Chris Fullerton
“Growcom is helping to keep farms viable. The staff help to keep us compliant, but even more than that, as our peak industry body for pineapples, they represent the interests of the grower. A lot of the work they are doing in demonstrating best practice to the public and the advocacy work that is done, is delivering the best outcomes for the growers.”
Brock Sutton
“For me, the main benefit of my Growcom membership is that I have access to dedicated staff covering workplace relations, workplace health and safety, or whatever else I need. The average horticulture business doesn’t have the resources to have these types of staff.”