2023 AGIA Conference
Event Home News: 18 May 2023
Register Now Join us for a weekend of learning & networking with garlic industry colleagues and outstanding guest speakers from across Australia.Friday 04 Aug 12-5pm - New Growers Workshop.Saturday...
Australian Garlic Awards – 2023 Results
News: 20 February 2023
(l-r) Guest judge Simon Toohey, AGIA Chair John Olliff, Head Judge Penny Woodwood, Judge Trevor Gray Congratulations to the award winning entrants. Thank you to all entrants, to the judges, William...
Boost your Garlic Business
Event Home News: 17 January 2023
The Australian Garlic Awards presents gold, silver and bronze medals. This seal of excellence can be used in your Garlic marketing and packaging to boost your organisation's reputation, setting...
Registrations are now open for the Australian Garlic Awards
Event Home News: 31 December 2022
The AGIA is very excited to announce that the Australian Garlic Awards have returned and this year is a collaboration between the AGIA, William Angliss Melbourne and the Meeniyan Garlic Festival. For...
2023 Australian Garlic Awards
Event Home News: 12 December 2022
The Australian Garlic Industry Association (AGIA) is proud to announce the 2023 Australian Garlic Awards will be held in early February. The Australian Garlic Award is a competition to celebrate...
2022 Annual Conference
Event Home News: 28 March 2022
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2021 AGM Notice to Members
Event Home News: 29 September 2021
The Australian Garlic Industry Association (AGIA) invites all members to attend its Annual General Meeting to be held online on Wednesday 29th September from 7:30 - 8:30 pm (Australian Eastern Standard...
New AGIA website goes live!
Home News: 18 June 2020
We did it! Many thanks to our dedicated team. Please explore, update your profile (publish it if you wish) and enjoy our new functionality. And this is just the beginning: Let's work together to make our virtual home bigger and better!
Georgie’s Harvest Buys 300kg of Garlic to Support Local Farmer
Home News: 31 January 2020
Justin Dykes of East Gippsland Garlic has managed to survive the bushfires so far, but many of the neighbouring properties in Nicholson have not been so lucky.