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An estimated $35m from the IVL will also be available for tourism projects.
An $8m boost for Māori tourism will help support operators in their recovery from Covid-19 and to cope with increasing demand, says Minister of Māori Development Willie Jackson.
Hospitality New Zealand says the government’s Wellbeing Budget 2023 does not do enough to support small businesses.
Te Puia’s NZMACI receives nearly $6m and the Major Events Fund almost $18m.
Budget 2023 ensures the betterment of the tourism workforce but it also deals a disappointing funding cut to the innovation programme.
Forest & Bird has criticised the government’s Budget 2023 for its lack of investment in reducing climate change and biodiversity loss.
NZ Māori Tourism, Matariki and Te Matatini also secure funding from Budget 2023.
The agency manages to maintain its budget for the 2023-24 year.
The figure is down on last year’s $288m.
Industry leaders lay out their wish lists for today’s announcement.
Investment in hospitality upskilling, infrastructure development, and the removal of GST on food would be a welcome boost for the sector, says Restaurant Association chief executive Marisa Bidois.
Workforce boosts for critical aviation agencies, airport investment and improved fuel infrastructure are important for the future of aviation, writes BARNZ executive director Cath O’Brien.
Budget 2023 should include a stronger focus on business events and funding for Tourism New Zealand, says BEIA’s Lisa Hopkins.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has declared Budget 2023 a “wellbeing budget” designed to balance the cost of living with higher-wage jobs and lower emissions and provide further support for regions affected by weather events.