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The government’s Provincial Growth Fund is ploughing a further $2.8m into Northland with tourism centred around the town of Kaikohe one of the main beneficiaries of the fresh investment.
The Riverside Hotel and entertainment precinct and a rolling ball clock have won funding.
Northland’s visitor economy has received another boost the latest $8.2m round of the government’s Provincial Growth Fund being ploughed into the Far North.
The third round of the government’s $100m Tourism Infrastructure Fund will open for applications on 1 March.
Methven’s proposed hot pools attraction has received a $7.5m loan from the government’s Provincial Growth Fund.
The new attraction will be built at Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Northland.
The government plans upgrading Kaipara Harbour’s wharves and water transport options following a $20m PGF investment in the region.
The fund will exist for as long as the coalition government is around and possibly even after that, says the minister.
The expansion of Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre has been granted feasibility funding.
The funding is part of a $25m Provincial Growth Fund package for the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Treasury and the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment took opposing views on whether two Tairawhiti tourism projects should receive almost $12m in Provincial Growth Fund support.
New visitor experiences and improved infrastructure will transform the already popular destination.
West Coast visitor attraction Oparara Arches is in line for road and track access improvements as well as overhauled viewing areas following yesterday’s announcement of a $5.7m cash injection from the Provincial Growth Fund.
South Island hotel company, Williams Hotel Group, is the recipient of the $3.3m PGF loan announced by the government yesterday as part of an $87m boost for West Coast tourism.
The cash is going to KiwiRail and five other initiatives including a $26m redevelopment at Dolomite Point, Punakaiki.
KiwiRail has secured another $40m from the Provincial Growth Fund, this time to invest in its TranzAlpine scenic train service.
The Waitangi Mountain Bike Park in Northland is to receive $490,000 towards its completion from the Provincial Growth Fund.
The operator will launch its first premium rail product on its Coastal Pacific service.
There’s more funding for rolling out coverage at some of the country’s most Instagrammable hotspots.
Most of the cash will go towards the first stage of an Advanced Aviation Hub at Whanganui Airport.
Ecological tourism opportunities will be enhanced in the planting of 247,000 trees, says Shane Jones.
Regional Development Agencies are the latest beneficiary of the government’s provincial growth fund with almost $1m set to be ploughed into capability improvements.
PM Jacinda Ardern has announced PGF funding to help build a case for a new tourism hub at Matamata-Piako.
The community-owned Chatham Islands Airport Company has secured $98,000 from the Provincial Growth Fund to complete a study and business case for a runway upgrade.
The funds will go towards the development of Rotorua Lakefront and Whakarewarewa Forest.
More than $13m has been earmarked for tourism projects in the Gisborne region to help attract more visitors.
A $350,000 government funding boost has unlocked a crucial step towards the $51.3m redevelopment of Napier’s National Aquarium of New Zealand into a must-do tourist attraction.
The government has launched a new guide to the Provincial Growth Fund in an effort to provide the regions – and the private sector – with “greater clarity” on the $3bn scheme’s priorities.
The government has provided $250K from its PGF for a feasibility study into a new passenger rail service on the West Coast.
Another $60K has been granted towards Otago’s economic development strategy.
Rotorua Lake Council has been granted $811,625 from the PGF for two ‘Big Moves’ projects.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has hit back at criticism its $10m loan from the PGF for a high-speed gondola at Whakapapa ski field is “corporate welfare”.
The financing for RAL will go towards the building of a new $25m high-speed gondola on Whakapapa ski field.
A major new Taranaki tourism initiative is set to get off the ground following the latest deployment from the government’s $1bn Provincial Growth Fund.
Bay of Islands Airport at Kerikeri is to receive $1.7m from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund to help with an upgrade of its terminal.
The newly launched $1bn Provincial Growth Fund is a real “shot in the arm” for the regions being targeted, says the Tourism Export Council NZ.
Regional tourism leaders have welcomed the government’s investment in developing new products and expect more to come from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund in further rounds.
Tourism in Northland, Tairāwhiti-East Coast, Hawke’s Bay, Manawatū-Whanganui and the West Coast will be among the first beneficiaries of the first deployment from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund.