We’re a network of local independent store owners who put our local communities first – our customers, local suppliers, producers and charities.

Our local communities shape who we are, the things we do – even what we put on our shelves. And if we don’t have what you want, we’ll try and get it in for you.

We do things differently, we can – because we’re proudly independent.

White's IGA

Roz White, owner of White’s IGAs on the Sunshine Coast, shares her passion to support local suppliers and deliver the freshest local food to her stores. A farm girl herself, she knows what it takes to get farm fresh food onto the shelves.

Piccones IGA

Lou Piccone is a household name in the tropical Far North. He’s as local as they come and has dedicated his life to serving his community. Lou never misses an opportunity to say G’day to everyone.

Ashcroft's Supa IGA

Ian Ashcroft of Ashcroft’s Supa IGA in Orange shares his five secrets to living a happy, healthy, successful life. This story tells how he and his wife Rochelle are dedicated to making an impact on the community around them.

Penola IGA Fresh

Kerry and husband Shane moved to the small town of Penola in South Australia to open an IGA and raise her family. Here she tells of how kind locals rallied around her to bring hope & courage in the midst of a personal tragedy and how she now gives back to them.

IGA X-press Alexandra Hills

Dan Rigney, owner of IGA X-press Alexandra Hills reflects on how family has shaped him and why looking after his local community is so important. He tells us a heart warming story about the four locals that meet at his store every morning.

Do you have a story about your local IGA and the people who run it?