Great Southern Grammar was the first official organisation sponsor of WIFE and continues to support WIFE in this role. Great Southern Grammar  (K-12), is a residential Christian school based in Albany. They joined us in 2014 in support of the Better Boarding School Focus for that seminar. We are  happy to be partnering with GSG and progressing opportunities to work together. Please feel free to meet with Claire Hanson - Director of Community Relations from GSG. Claire will be happy to share with you any information you wish to know about boarding or attending at Great Southern Grammar.
Great Southern Grammar is the school of choice for Great Southern families. Located on 144 acres with frontage on to Oyster Harbour, between the King and Kalgan Rivers, in Albany, Western Australia, GSG is an independent, Christian, coeducational residential and day school for students K-12.

Wide-open spaces equal wide-open futures: at Great Southern Grammar, our campus is as expansive as our curriculum. We offer your child everything from science to scuba diving, maths to marine science, and history to horse riding. It is this richness of learning, and breadth of experiences that allow your child to uncover their strengths and passions.

We give girls and boys from Kindergarten to Year Twelve a world of opportunity in a supportive country setting.

Give your child the room to flourish at Great Southern Grammar. Contact the Registrar on 9844 0307 or visit www.gsg.wa.edu.au

GSG Fast Facts
GSG opened in 1999 with 38 students
Over 840 students enrolled now
Located on 144 acres of oceanfront land
Employing over 170 staff

WIFE Inc is pleased to have ANZ as a sponsor. ANZ has regularly attended the WIFE Annual Forums and is pleased to help contribute to the growth and sustainability of the WIFE organisation. 

ANZ have a targeted focus on supporting Women in Agriculture with the recent role out of nation wide "Leading Women" Introduction to Financial Markets workshops across Australia. 

ANZ general manager of Regional Business Banking Tania Motton, says: “ANZ understands the changing landscape of business in Australia and the role women play in family businesses".

"We believe it is important that women have the knowledge and confidence around financial decisions, to help shape the financial future of the businesses they own and work in.”

WIFE Inc looks forward to a working with ANZ in the coming years. 

To contact your regional ANZ Manager visit - https://www.businessadvice.anz.com/


Primaries CRT  is welcomed as a Support Sponsor of WIFE Inc. With many members stemming from the mixed enterprised area of the Wheatbelt, having Primaries on board is a perfect fit for  members and for Primaries.

Primaries of WA Pty Ltd was established as a wool broker in 1981. In 1998 Primaries of WA acquired the wool and livestock business and premises of Cargill Australia Pty Ltd (Western Australia division), allowing expansion into the livestock business within Western Australia.

Tasmanian based Roberts Ltd purchased shares in Primaries of WA in 1998. The relationship with Roberts provided Primaries of WA with a national footprint and the resources to continue its rapid expansion in the WA market. It has facilitated the provision of additional services outside wool and livestock marketing which include real estate, merchandise (CRT), finance and insurance.

In 2006, Roberts merged with Ruralco Holdings Ltd and in 2014 Ruralco acquired 100% ownership of Primaries of WA.

In 2016, Primaries of WA merged with FarmWorks Australia and The Farm Shop. These two businesses were also 100% Ruralco owned and have provided WA customers with general merchandise, farm chemicals and fertiliser. The merger created Primaries/CRT,  now offering our WA clients a wider range of agricultural marketing services and farm inputs.

Local service, local knowledge and local independence. This is Primaries of WA point of differentiation.

Primaries maintain their own culture, service models and unique value propositions – all designed to meet the demands of our local markets, and to make the most of West Australian conditions and opportunities.