Nursery and Garden Industry Victoria

Founded in 1903, Nursery and Garden Industry Victoria (NGIV), is the peak industry body for the state’s horticultural sector.  

NGIV represents the interests of the Victorian horticulture industry. It is a sector worth over $1.6 billion that employs more than 11 000 people and engages with over 3000 stakeholders, ranging from small family-based operations to multinational organisations. Read more...

Industry Partners

At NGIV we see our partnerships as an extension of ourselves. Our partners lead the way in delivering excellence; executing plans and delivering projects that permeate and benefit the entire industry.

As an association, we would not be able to provide the level of service and member benefits that we currently do without their generous support and ongoing commitment. 

Discover and support our industry partners

Latest News

  • Plant Pot Recycling Bins

    09 June 2021

    Garden City Plastics, Polymer Processors and Norwood, have joined forces to help consumers, retailers and growers, to recycle their PP5 plastic pots, punnets, carry trays and plant labels. They’ve provided a host of wholesale growers with plant po Read more ...

  • Latest COVID-19 financial support

    09 June 2021

    The Business Costs Assistance Program and the Temporary COVID Disaster Payment, are both open for applications, and may provide financial assistance to your business/employees. Read more ...

  • Storm damage checklist and support

    09 June 2021

    In the past 48 hours, Victoria experienced sustained storms with winds over 100 km/h. We have been made aware that some of our members were impacted.   NGIV are reaching out to our members to understand if your business sustained any significant d Read more ...

  • June Trade Day Cancelled

    06 June 2021

    It is with regret that our June Trade Day is cancelled due to the recent rise in positive COVID cases in Metropolitan Melbourne. The NGIV Board have made the final decision; which was unanimously supported by the Trade Day Committee, the NGIV team an Read more ...