Welcome to the Australian Institute of Horticulture Inc. (AIH)

Our purpose for the last 57 years is to represent professional horticulture practitioners across Australia, to encourage and develop relationships with affiliate and like organisations to deliver the highest quality and productive results to any horticultural project.

AIH members are highly skilled and bring credibility, professionalism and economies to your project. As AIH members each has access to many membership categories and network benefits to suit your business or level of professional interest and AIH recognizes that our member businesses need to be profitable.

AIH is the only organisation to offer Registered Horticulturist as an accreditation for qualifying practitioners. Registered Horticulturist accreditation is supported by a diverse professional development program that also promotes accredited professionals to government, commercial and private sectors. More productive and informed practitioners mean better project results.

The best way to find a skilled professional for your project or further your career and business opportunities, or is to join us by becoming a member or finding a member for your purposes through this site- it's easy and you'll be working with a team of friendly, professional and skilled horticulturists.

ChemCert AQF III - 14th November

For new or renewal Accreditations in the nursery industry, this workshop is the best way to stay compliant...

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2017 Awards Night

Tom Lantry
Tom Lantry FAIH – AIH Horticulturist of the Year

Brittany Webster – AIH Horticulture Student of the Year

Elizabeth Smith FAIH

Click here to see all awardees and their citations.

Latest News

Media Release: Awards Night 2017

Posted on 11/3/2017
The Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH) celebrated its 57th Annual Awards at the Crowne Plaza Resort, Hawkesbury Valley (Sydney) on Saturday 28th October 2017.

Hunt A Horticulturist On A Search-The-Postcode Website If Word Of Mouth Fails

Posted on 10/8/2017
There is more to gardening than mowing and blowing, and as spring heats up and the garden takes off you might need to find someone with real skills to help out. The best source is word of mouth, according to Wayne Van Balen, President of the AIH.

Hortigroup Facebook Group

Posted on 10/8/2017
Hortigroup has been established for horticultural tradespeople and suppliers to connect and network over social media and occasionally through networking events, the first of which was held at Eden Gardens in August 2017.

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