Our Sponsors

The Gascoyne Food Council would not be able to operate without the amazing support of our sponsors. Please get behind the business’s that keep our organisation going.


Farmer Jacks Perth

Farmer Jack’s stores supply fresh, local, high quality food to the people of Perth, Western Australia seven days a week. They are famous for their great quality and great value, locally sourced in-season produce, as well as our range of hard to find gourmet and speciality food items. Farmer Jacks have supported the Gascoyne Food Council for many years and are a highly valued sponsor for our industry. 


Orora’s operations in North America, Australia and New Zealand supply some of the world’s leading brands with boxes, cartons and cardboard sheets. What sets them apart is their integrated packaging approach across primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. Orora’s corrugated packaging is of the highest possible quality and suitable to transport the amazing produce coming out of Carnarvon to ensure it gets to its destination safely. Their top quality packaging is a the perfect match for the quality of the produce!

Rex Airlines

Rex are committed to providing their customers with safe and reliable air transportation with heartfelt hospitality. As a regional carrier, they constantly strive to keep fares low through their commitment to simplicity, efficiency and good value. The Gascoyne Food Council is proud to have Rex as a key partner in the Gascoyne Food Festival and other events.

Buy West Eat Best 

Buy West Eat Best is a food and beverage labelling program that promotes ingredients grown, farmed, fished and processed right here in WA. The program is administered by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia. When you see the distinctive green bite mark logo, you can be confident that your groceries are a 100% Western Australian product. The Gascoyne Food Council are proud members of Buy West Eat Best and are grateful to have the program support our work towards driving industry development.


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