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NZ Sports Turf Institute

Private Training Establishment

New Zealand Sports Turf Institute (NZSTI) is New Zealand’s only full service sports turf consultancy group specialising in research, training and advice relating to design and management of natural and artificial sports surfaces. Founded in 1949, NZSTI is recognised as the “standard setting body” for turf maintenance and management. Training and Education is an important service. NZSTI agronomists provide teaching and extension services at universities, polytechnics and ground managers’ field-days and seminars in New Zealand and throughout Asia. Almost every golf course superintendent in NZ is a graduate of the Institute’s National Sports Turf qualification.



Contact NZ Sports Turf Institute
Physical address

163 Old West Road
4472 Palmerston North
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Phone numbers

646 355 7023

  • Number of students: 250
  • Number of international students: 5
  • Male and Female

Qualifications available

  • Certificate III
  • Certificate IV
  • Diploma
 
 
The Manawatu is heartland New Zealand. A landscape that sweeps from the sea to the Tararua Ranges, it offers an exciting range of adventure activities.

Choose from rafting, kayaking, blokarting, horse trekking, mountain biking, rock climbing and a host of other activities.

If you want to experience country life, it’s all around you. Go to a real stock auction. This is where the farmers buy and sell their farm animals, gathering around pens as the auctioneer rattles off bids. Stock auctions are one of New Zealand’s oldest traditions, dating back to the 1880s.

Or you could find a farmstay and meet farmers whose families have been on the land for generations.

There's a great diversity of attractions in Manawatu. In the vibrant student city of Palmerston North you can explore the world’s first museum devoted to rugby. If you’re a garden lover there are some fabulous public and private gardens to see, including one of the top rose gardens in the world. And a little way down the road around Horowhenua you’ll find such quirky attractions as an owl park, a farm devoted to Clydesdales and a fully operational Dutch windmill.
Main centres: 

Palmerston North

Towns: 

Bulls, Dannevirke, Feilding, Foxton, Marton, Pahiatua, Shannon, Taihape, Woodville

Regional information provided by Tourism New Zealand
Education Manawatu is the local education organisation
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