Australia is the fouth largest exporter of wheat in the world. It is the country's most important grain. Areas of significant wheat production are concentrated in the south-west and south-east of the country.
Other important crops grown in Australia include cotton, barley, sugarcane, vegetables, and temperate and tropical fruits. Lesser grown crops include: corn (maize), oats, sunflower seeds, and tobacco.
Canola fields are a common sight in New South Wales. This crop livens up the rural landscape with vibrant hues of yellow. Likewise lavender fields adding vibrant purples to the landscape and look stunning.