Irrigation Australia early-bird rates closing soon

Irrigation Australia

Thursday, 24 March, 2016

Irrigation Australia early-bird rates closing soon

With a growing list of speakers, a large display of products and an early-bird discount in place, there are plenty of reasons for irrigation professionals to register for the 2016 Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition. The event covers the entire irrigation value chain, making it suitable for anyone involved with irrigation for agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, landscaping, parks, golf courses or other associated areas.

A growing list of conference speakers is being announced, with John Elliott — businessman, former president of the Liberal Party and former president of Carlton Football Club — presenting in the opening session on day one of the conference. The second day will meanwhile be opened by Phillip Glyde, chief executive officer, Murray-Darling Basin Authority.

Over on the show floor, a large display of irrigation products and technology will bring attendees ‘out of the box’ solutions. This includes the recently launched 3NV nozzle system by Nelson Australia, an innovative dial-nozzle that combines multiple functions so you can ‘micromanage’ your system. The 3030 with the 3NV nozzle system turns a great sprinkler into a highly effective farm management device. Simply push and turn this multiuse nozzle for on, off, nozzle flush and line flush functions.

The event will take place from 24–26 May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Conference early-bird rates end on 1 April and the trade exhibition is free. For more information and to register, visit

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