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. 

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Latest News

  • NGIV to bolster Victoria’s seasonal horticulture workforce

    20 September 2021

    Nursery & Garden Industry Victoria (NGIV) secures Victorian government funding to bolster the seasonal workforce, today and into the future, through the promotion of horticultural employment and career opportunities to culturally and linguistically d Read more ...

  • NGIV's sustained advocacy efforts help in early reopening for retail garden centres

    20 September 2021

    There was finally some welcome news for our metropolitan retail members, who will be able to open for outdoor service, in addition to contactless click and collect and delivery, at Phase B of the National Plan (indicative date 26 October 2021). Read more ...

  • COVID-Safe information for horticulture businesses

    01 September 2021

    As Victoria responds to a large number of coronavirus cases, both in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria, please consider if there are more actions your business could take to reduce the risk of COVID-19. Read more ...

  • September Trade Day cancelled

    31 August 2021

    It is with regret that our September Trade Day is cancelled due to today's announcement from the Victorian government that Victoria's lockdown has been extended. Read more ...