National Peak Body for Irrigated Agriculture
Ensuring the efficiency, viability and sustainability of Australian irrigated agriculture and the security and reliability of water entitlements

National Peak Body for Irrigated Agriculture

Ensuring the efficiency, viability and sustainability of Australian irrigated agriculture and the security and reliability of water entitlements

National Peak Body for Irrigated Agriculture

Ensuring the efficiency, viability and sustainability of Australian irrigated agriculture and the security and reliability of water entitlements

Media Release

Don’t Blow Up the Plan or Restart the Water Wars

The National Irrigators’ Council (NIC) has today asked both major parties and all candidates at the upcoming Federal Election to put aside partisan fighting over the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and water policy.NIC Chief Executive Officer Isaac Jeffrey said: “NIC wants...

ALP Water Policy: A Word of Caution

The National Irrigators’ Council (NIC) has today cautioned the Australian Labor Party (ALP) against rushing to commit to water policy decisions which will have adverse effects on food and fibre producers, the environment, local communities and water regulation.NIC...

About Us

The National Irrigators’ Council (NIC) is the voice of irrigators across Australia.

It aims to develop projects and policies to ensure the efficiency, viability and sustainability of Australian irrigated agriculture and the security and reliability of water entitlements and to promote those projects and policies with a view to having them adopted or ratified by governments, statutory authorities and other groups and organisations.

The NIC was created in 2008 to represent the interests of irrigation entitlement holders across Australia.

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Policy

Our policy is determined by members and underpinned by our Guiding Principles and the objectives in our Strategic Plan. Strategic and policy documents are developed by the organisation through debate and resolution by members at the three general meetings of Council each year.

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