This website provides a method booking, and making payment for training courses and events held by Irrigation New Zealand.
After making your payment, you will be sent a reciept with details of your booking.
Unless otherwise stated on the event, refunds and cancellations can be made up to five working days before the event. After that date, we cannot give refunds.
Your details. We hold records of your contact details, and events booked. We will not provide any of this information to any other party unless it is necessary for the event – eg, sending instructors or event managers a list of attendees. We do not hold any of your payment details on our website.
All costs are in New Zealand Dollars.
All payments are transacted on ANZ eGate secure bank servers.
For events only:
Cancellation: 7 days – 50% registration refunded or transferable to another person, 3 days – no refund but transferable to another person
Bay of Plenty dairy farmers have the opportunity to join a free workshop showing them how to optimise their irrigation use. The workshop will be run by IrrigationNZ and will cover how to assess how well irrigation systems are performing…… Read more
With challenging dry conditions continuing across the Upper South Island, Marlborough and Tasman irrigators will have the opportunity to find out how to be more efficient in their water use at upcoming workshops hosted by IrrigationNZ. “Understanding how to monitor….. Read more
With much of New Zealand experiencing exceptionally dry conditions, IrrigationNZ has some advice for irrigators on how to make the most efficient use of water over summer. According to NIWA, several areas in the South and North Island came close….. Read more
IrrigationNZ supports Minister of Regional Development Shane Jones’s announcement that regional economic development funding could support some water irrigation projects. “Water infrastructure plays a vital role in creating resilient rural communities,” says IrrigationNZ Chief Executive Andrew Curtis. “Several New Zealand….. Read more
IrrigationNZ will be back on farms this summer testing irrigation systems and helping farmers improve the efficiency of their irrigation. Last summer, IrrigationNZ in partnership with Environment Canterbury, developed a new testing programme which saw 131 Ashburton farms have their….. Read more
November 7, 2017 - February 28, 2018
Is your irrigation equipment operating as it should? What improvements could be made? These are questions that can be technically challenging and costly. To help irrigating farmers navigate to Good Management….. Read more