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Partnering with councils to improve camping this summer 02 September 2019

Following the success of last summer’s initiatives, the government is partnering with councils and industry across the country to further improve the camping experience for everyone.

$18 million to support sustainable tourism growth 14 August 2019

The International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) is investing $18 million in ten tourism and conservation projects across New Zealand.

Tourism Infrastructure Fund round 4 now open 01 August 2019

Applications for round four of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund (TIF) are now being welcomed.

Round 11 of funding open to support the Great Rides 01 August 2019

Applications are now open for round 11 of the Maintaining the Quality of Great Rides Fund, closing on Friday 30 August 2019.

$12 million to improve visitor experiences across Aotearoa 12 July 2019

The government has announced the funding recipients from round three of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund.

Strengthening our ties with our Chinese whānau 27 June 2019

Deepening our bilateral relationship and creating an enduring legacy of the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism, is the backbone of an updated Tourism Cooperation Arrangement between Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and Minister of Culture and Tourism China.

Further investment to improve freedom camping 17 May 2019

Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis today announced that an additional $8 million is being made available to help encourage responsible camping across the country.

Enriching New Zealand-Aotearoa through sustainable tourism growth 16 May 2019

Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis and Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage, have today released a new Tourism Strategy that aims to enrich New Zealand-Aotearoa through sustainable tourism growth.

A further $2.3 million invested in Ngā Haerenga, New Zealand Cycle Trail 23 April 2019

Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has announced further investment in the Great Rides, to create new tracks, repair damaged track and for essential maintenance.