Monthly Archives: October 2023

Harnessing the power of purposeful engagement with Iwi: A pathway to unity and prosperity

Effective and purposeful engagement with Iwi is imperative to the success of many projects and partnerships throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand. TRC Senior Consultant, Kylie Ruwhiu-Karawana is often asked to assist clients with building mutually beneficial relationships with Iwi. Kylie is [...]

2023-10-11T13:10:26+11:00October 9th, 2023|Latest news|

Circle work: How concentricity can guide trail planning

TRC Tourism recently completed a project in Western Australia that sought to apply the power of circles and proximity to guide regional Perth’s trail planning. We spoke to our consultant Chris Ord about the process and the outcome. “The longest [...]

2023-10-09T11:16:18+11:00October 4th, 2023|Latest news|

Walking on Country with Aboriginal Rangers – Palm Island

To walk on Country with its Traditional Owners and caretakers is humbling, a privilege and an experience that will never be forgotten. From a professional perspective, when working with Indigenous organisations, communities and people, a Walk on Country with those [...]

2023-10-10T13:07:47+11:00October 4th, 2023|Latest news|

Destination stewardship a focus for the Blue Mountains

TRC is pleased to be working with the Blue Mountains City Council to co-design a destination management plan through the development of a stewardship framework. This will lay a solid foundation for effective governance, coordination and collaboration that optimises the [...]

2023-10-10T12:42:43+11:00October 4th, 2023|Latest news|
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