Tourism Infrastructure Fund: Round 4 funding recipients

Round 4 of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund awarded funding to 36 applications with a total of $13,309,101 awarded in November 2019.

Central Hawkes Bay District Council

$50,000 for Tourism Infrastructure Needs Assessment

Central Otago District Council

$365,000  for upgrade to Clyde River carpark and access

Chatham Islands Council

$168,061 for installation of public toilets in high visitor areas

Christchurch City Council

$130,000 for toilet and rubbish facilities in several locations in coastal areas

Far North District Council

$254,000 for toilet upgrades at Waipapa and Waitangi Jetty

$238,136 for upgrade of Cable Bay Carparks

$36,050 for enhancements to Taipa Beach parking, outdoor shower at Paihia Beach and security lighting at Kerikeri Stone Store

$793,584 for extension of Pungaere Road sealing

$37,500 for Northland Regional Boat Ramp/Water Access Study

$37,500 for Freedom Camping – operational requirements study

Hurunui District Council

$53,400 for carpark and access development to Lottery Bush and  widening and sealing of part of Magdalen Valley access road

Kaikoura District Council

$333,000 for upgrade of Scarborough St South Recreation Reserve, installation of recycling bins across the district

Kaipara District Council

$119,704 for toilet facility at Alamar Crescent

$131,704 for toilet facility at Lincoln St Reserve

$179,220 for toilet facility at Mangawahi Community Park

Mackenzie District Council

$258,180 for sealing and marking of gravel carparks in Twizel and Tekapo

$78,000 for construction of bus shelters for tourist bus users

Marlborough District Council

$34,045 for increasing toilet capacity at London Quay toilets, Picton

Matamata-Piako District Council

$259,000 for redevelopment of toilets at Waharoa

$175,010 for upgrade of toilets at Wairere Falls

Nelson City Council

$498,550 for construction of a hub facility for recreational users at Maitai Valley, Nelson

Queenstown Lakes District Council

$193,250 for upgrade to Crown Range Viewing Point carpark

Rotorua Lakes Council

$149,124 for toilet facilities, footpath and safety improvements at Lake Tikitapu /Lake Rotokakahi lookout and carpark

Ruapehu District Council

$3,991,370 for upgrade of Ohakune Water Treatment Plant

$115,500 for Ohakune/Raetihi Wastewater Treatment Plant Feasibility Study

Selwyn District Council

$332,600 for public toilet upgrades and tourism route signage

Tasman District Council

$320,000 for upgrade of toilet at Torrent Bay

Thames-Coromandel District Council

$116,669 for upgrade of toilets at Little Bay and Otautu Bay

Tongariro Transport Hub

$330,000 for upgrade of Ketetahi Road carpark and visitor amenities

Wairoa District Council

$530,300 for upgrade to Clyde Court toilet facility, toilet facilities at Pilots Hill freedom camping area and big belly bins across the area

Westland District Council

$102,000 for construction of campervan dump station at Franz Josef and upgrade to facility in Hokitika

$128,000 for upgrade to Franz Josef wastewater pump station

Whakatane District Council

$169,000 for upgrade of Ohope Beach toilets and parking area

Whanganui District Council

$150,644 for installation of public toilet facility and bus shelter at Taupo Quay

Whangarei District Council

$781,000 for carpark  and access upgrade at Quarry Gardens

$1,670,000 for upgrade of high use visitor areas at Whangarei Town Basin

Last updated: 27 May 2020