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Please note all fees quoted are in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST. Fees are for one year’s membership and are non-refundable. Levies can be calculated using the online membership form. Australian Grape & Wine reserve the right to reassess membership levy calculations.
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2019/20 online membership will open in May 2019:
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Alternatively you can download and print the applicable membership form for your category below:
Australian Wine Producers
Any wine producer, producing 1+ tonnage crush, is invited to join Grape & Wine in the Australian Wine Producers category:
Small Winemaker – up to 2,000 tonnes
Medium Winemaker – between 2,001 and 100,000 tonnes
Large Winemaker – above 100,000 tonnes
Winegrape producers who grow and supply grapes, but do not make or sell wine.
Levies are calculated on tonnes of fruit sold.
Joint Membership QWIA
Small wineries in Queensland (up to 2,000 tonnes) are invited to join WFA under a joint membership arrangement with Queensland Wine Industry Association. These members will be in the Australian Wine Producers Small Winemaker membership category. Joint members will receive a $165 discount on their WFA membership levy (as above) plus the QWIA levy.
Contract Grape & Wine Producers
Winemakers producing wine from third party grapes are invited to join WFA under the Contract Grape & Wine Producers categories:
2,000 tonnes and below
2,001 to 10,000 tonnes
Above 10,000 tonnes
Affiliate membership is available to organisations who do not produce wine but are closely associated with the wine sector. Affiliate Members support the Australian wine industry through the work of WFA.