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Construction is about to get underway on a connector trail that will link the Buller Bridge with the Toki Poutangata Bridge.
The Tourism Infrastructure Fund has awarded $306,000 to Waitomo District Council for three infrastructure projects.
Hawke’s Bay Regional Council will invest $400,000 into a new toilet block and permanent electricity to the marquee site at Waitangi Regional Park.
Kaipara District Council has received $537,860 for upgrades to a reserve, two carparks and public toilets as part of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund.
A new visitor centre, café improvements, and safety and security enhancements will be funded from $1.5m granted to Hamilton Gardens.
Funding for projects supporting the delivery of Matariki were considered for the first time.
The government is providing $16.5m in funding to support local communities build up tourism facilities, with a special focus on Matariki commemorations.
About $10m of the latest deployment is going to five regions hit hard by the lack of international tourists.
Focus on Covid-hit regions, with up to $18m to be allocated.
Round five of Tourism Infrastructrure Fund is now open for applications with five South Island regions hit hardest by the lack of international tourists given priority.
The regions hardest-hit by the slump in international tourism will get priority.
The cash will go towards 36 projects with the single biggest grant being almost $4m for Ruapehu District Council.
Thames Coromandel District Council is ploughing ahead with plans to improve tourist infrastructure in Hahei, including a new walkway to the start of the Cathedral Cover track and toilets.
A lower funding threshold and streamlined decision making are among the changes made.
Southland is the big winner securing almost $6m from the second round of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund.
The govt changes the criteria for access to the $100m TIF to take $8.5m for its freedom camping quick fixes.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is encouraging councils and community organisations to apply for new Government funding to help them maximise the benefits of tourism for their communities.
The criteria for applying for finance from the $100m Tourism Infrastructure Fund is under review and could become less restrictive, says the government.
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.
TIA is strongly encouraging councils to put in applications to the next funding round to take advantage of the opportunity to secure investment into projects that will support the growth of tourism.
Local Government New Zealand says the first round of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund will help some councils meet the infrastructure challenges posed by booming tourism numbers.
Freedom camping facilities, car parking at the Church of the Good Shepherd and cycle trails are among the recipients of almost $15m in tourism-related government funding.
The first round of the new $100 million Tourism Infrastructure Fund has attracted 43 eligible applications, says Tourism Minister Paula Bennett.
Tourism Minister Paula Bennett is calling on councils to apply for co-funding from the new $100 million Tourism Infrastructure Fund which opens today.
Whale Watch Kaikoura’s Kauahi Ngapora is the only working operator on the new Tourism Infrastructure Fund panel, which nonetheless contains significant industry experience.
Tourism Minister Paula Bennett has today announced $5.2 million in co-funding for sixteen councils around New Zealand.
Industry operators could comprise more than half of the panel being put together by the government to help deploy its new $102m Tourism Infrastructure Fund.