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Adding value to cultural, natural and historical regional assets (to appeal to visitors and locals)

Councils across New Zealand hold responsibility for a range of cultural, natural and historical facilities on behalf of ratepayers. These include historic buildings and sites, museums, gardens, parks, tracks and trails. Many of these assets have the potential to appeal [...]

2023-01-17T09:16:57+11:00January 17th, 2023|Latest news|

Fiji affirms Commitment to Improving Regional Sustainable Tourism

Fiji affirmed its commitment to being part of the regional sustainable tourism cohesion as it signed the Pacific Leader’s Sustainable Tourism Commitment in Suva this week. Fiji becomes the 14th Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) member to formalize its endorsement, joining the Islands [...]

2022-12-21T10:04:06+11:00December 21st, 2022|Latest news|

Bringing extensive value to destinations through trails

Featured image credit: Noosa Trail Network @tbsphotography In 2022 we have learnt that the value of trails is unquestionable: connecting people with nature and one another; supporting physical and mental wellbeing; protecting our natural and cultural values through greater awareness [...]

2022-12-21T10:38:58+11:00December 21st, 2022|Latest news|

Trust, Respect and Collaboration – ongoing learning towards supporting appropriate Indigenous Tourism outcomes

By Tracey Diddams So, what do I know about best approaches in Indigenous Tourism? Absolutely nothing. But what I do know is our TRC Values = Trust, Respect, Collaboration, are the foundations of everything we do. Our diversity is what [...]

2022-12-21T11:44:48+11:00December 20th, 2022|Latest news|

Integrating Regenerative Tourism In Destination Planning

The latest scientific research on planetary boundaries suggests the impact of human activity is already extending beyond the safe operating space for at least four boundaries: biodiversity loss, chemical and plastic pollution, nutrient pollution, and greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions. For two [...]

2022-12-21T10:54:51+11:00December 20th, 2022|Latest news|

Strategies that attract support, investment, and funding

TRC has a strong track record of developing strategies, plans and product proposals that attract support, investment and funding. We pay attention to implementation needs, financial and commercial imperatives, and the potential for partnerships and funding sources to assist progression [...]

2022-12-20T16:13:48+11:00December 20th, 2022|Latest news|

Developing Aboriginal Tourism business plans in NSW South Coast

Working holiday? The TRC team get to experience some of Australia’s best country and culture when we get to step out from behind the desk and get into the field. Last week TRC consultants Tracey Diddams and Shane Dredge returned [...]

2022-12-20T15:58:02+11:00December 20th, 2022|Latest news|

Protecting and sharing what we treasure – A destination management plan for Hurunui

Kylie Ruwhiu-Karawana | Specialist Consultant  Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi. With your food basket, and mine, the people will thrive. This whakataukī, or Māori proverb, articulates the aspirations and expectations the community of Hurunui [...]

2022-10-12T13:10:26+11:00October 12th, 2022|Latest news|
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