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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|

PNG becomes 19th Pacific Leader’s Sustainable Tourism Commitment signatory

Papua New Guinea recently became the 19th signatory of the Pacific Leader’s Sustainable Tourism Commitment (SOC).   The SOC is an initiative of the Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO), the mandated organisation representing tourism in the region. SPTO has 21 government [...]

2023-09-18T16:40:21+10:00September 18th, 2023|Latest news|

TRC Tourism and SPTO work together on organisational review

TRC Tourism consultants Kylie Ruwhiu-Karawana and Natasha Paul recently ran a workshop with all staff of the Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) in Suva, Fiji . They presented and sought feedback on the initial outcomes of the organisational review we have [...]

2023-08-24T15:19:34+10:00August 24th, 2023|Latest news|

Yunbenun (Magnetic Island) Tourism Masterplan

The TRC Tourism team was excited to see the Tourism Masterplan for Yunbenun (Magnetic Island) off the coast of Townsville, released to the public last month. The development of the plan involved extensive consultation with Traditional Owners, community, industry, residents [...]

2023-06-14T16:18:59+10:00June 14th, 2023|Latest news|

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|
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