Our Industry

Mango Production

Mangoes (Mangifera indica) are predominantly grown in the Northern Territory and Queensland, and when combined, produce approximately 95% of the total national crop. Mangoes are also grown in Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.

Check out the National Mango Tree Crop Map Dashboard which interactively summarises the extent (area) of commercial mango crops in Australia.

Harvest Windows

The seasonal harvest starts in the Northern Territory in July/August, Western Australia in September/October, and Queensland in October/November. The season runs until March/April. 

Production Volumes

Total volume of fruit marketed fluctuates from season to season, due to seasonal conditions and the irregular bearing nature of the crop. The average crop over the last three years has been approximately 70,000-75,000 tonnes. The gross value of production (GVP) at farm gate is approximately $185 million (or above) per annum. 


There are a range of commercial mango varieties grown in Australia for the domestic and export markets. The main varieties and their respective approximate market share are: Kensington Pride (43%), Calypso™ (25%), R2E2 (19%), Honey Gold™ (8%), and other varieties (5%).

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