Tourism Infrastructure Fund: Round 2 funding recipients

Round 2 of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund awarded funding to 42 applications with a total of $19,616,925 awarded.

Bike Taupo Advocacy Group Inc

$554,700 of funding for the construction of a multi-purpose hub at Wairakei Tourist Park.

Buller District Council

$175,000 of funding for the construction of additional water storage facilities and fencing to address water supply issues at Punakaiki.

Christchurch City Council

$120,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Akaroa.

Deep Cove Outdoor Education Trust

$170,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Deep Cove, Doubtful Sound.

Far North District Council

$639,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities across five locations in the district.

$353,000 of funding for three sewerage and water system feasibility studies for Opua, Paihia and Waitangi.

$344,000 of funding for the upgrade of an existing carpark at Kawakawa to support the Hundertwasser Park Centre – Te Hononga project.

Gisborne District Council

$572,300 of funding for the construction of tourism facilities to support the celebration of the arrival of Captain Cook.

Hamilton City Council

$220,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Hamilton Gardens.

Invercargill City Council

$25,000 of funding for a feasibility study to explore viable solutions to relieve pressure on Stirling Point’s car park infrastructure.

Kaikoura District Council

$35,650 of funding for a consultation and feasibility study looking at infrastructure solutions for the coastal area along Kiwa Road.

Kaipara District Council

$234,000 of funding for the construction of a boardwalk and toilets at Baylys Beach.

$149,100 of funding for the provision of toilet and car parking facilities at Maungaturoto.

$103,584 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities and footpaths at Matakohe.

Lake Rotoiti Scenic Reserve Board

$499,234 of funding for the construction of toilets, carparks and walkways at Okere Falls Scenic Reserve.

Marlborough District Council

$194,000 of funding for an upgrade of existing toilets at Havelock.

$134,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Rai Valley.

$118,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at a number of location in the district.

$112,000 of funding for an upgrade of existing toilets at Anakiwa.

$110,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Collins Memorial Reserve.

Nelson City Council

$250,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Tahunanui Beach.

$250,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Millers Acre Centre.

Queenstown Lakes District Council

$2,392,778 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities across key locations throughout the district.

Rotorua Lakes Council

$453,250 of funding for an upgrade of toilets, ramp and jetties at Boyes Beach Reserve and Acacia Road Lakefront Reserve.

Selwyn District Council

$267,800 of funding for an upgrade of toilet and wastewater facilities across the district.

South Taranaki District Council

$125,187 of funding for the provision of self-sustained ablution pods at freedom camping and visitor hot spots.

Southland District Council

$5,000,000 of funding for the construction of a new land-based wastewater disposal system at Te Anau.

$411,145 of funding for the provision of tourism infrastructure along the Southern Scenic Route.

$300,000 of funding for an upgrade of the existing carpark at the Lake Manapouri Visitor Centre.

Tararua District Council

$102,404 of funding for the provision of freedom camping facilities at Mangatainoka Reserve.

Tasman District Council

$10,000 of funding for a feasibility study looking at addressing car parking and beach access capacity issues at Marahau.

Tauranga City Council

$577,500 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at the base of Mauao in Mount Maunganui North.

Thames-Coromandel District Council

$1,426,841 of funding for an upgrade of visitor infrastructure in Hahei to respond to growth at nearby Cathedral Cove.

$467,500 of funding for an upgrade of existing toilet and wastewater facilities at Whangapoua Beach.

$108,352 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Onemana Beach.

Timaru District Council

$50,000 of funding for a trial of remote sensors to collect data on rubbish bins, septic tanks, smoke detection of illegal fires, and vehicle counts.

Waimakariri District Council

$150,000 of funding for the provision of toilet, car parking and waste facilities at Saltwater Creek Rest Stop.

Waipa District Council

$250,000 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities in Pirongia near the Waitomo Caves.

Wairoa District Council

$85,000 of funding for the provision of toilet and car-parking facilities across the district.

$60,000 of funding for a feasibility study looking at infrastructure for public rocket launch viewing facilities and the Wairoa to Gisborne cycle trail.

Waitaki District Council

$385,500 of funding for the provision of toilets and dump stations across the district.

Wellington City Council

$100,000 of funding for the provision of additional freedom camping facilities at Evans Bay.

Westland District Council

$320,250 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Ross.

$300,750 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Whataroa.

$184,550 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Kumara.

$176,250 of funding for the provision of freedom camping facilities at Hokitika.

Whakatane District Council

$136,500 of funding for the provision of toilet facilities at Pikowai Campground.

Whangarei District Council

$412,800 of funding for the construction of car parking facilities at Tamaterau.