Te Manahuna Ki Uta - Destination Mackenzie

Te Manahuna Ki Uta / Destination Mackenzie is a multi-partner strategic plan for the Mackenzie District led by Mackenzie District Council. During development our treaty partner was a crucial part of the project and the work was informed by mana whenua values and aspirations.

The project delivered a Destination Management Plan for the Te Manahuna / Mackenzie District as part of a wider tourism journey that includes Aoraki Mt Cook National Park, the upper Waitaki Valley and the Lindis Pass.

The Destination Management Plan outlines a coordinated approach to the management of all the elements that contribute to a visitor's experience and aims to create a sustainable and resilient tourism eco-system for the benefit of the local community.

The Plan has a vision for the next one hundred years and a planning horizon of 30-50 years. It was funded by a grant of $711,000 from the Provincial Growth Fund (MBIE) for destination planning in collaboration with DOC.

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Te Manahuna Ki Uta / Destination Mackenzie Documents

Te Manahuna Ki Uta - Full version
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Part 1 - Introduction and Executive Summary
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Part 2 - Te Manahuna Today
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Part 3 - Te Manahuna Tomorrow
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Part 4 - How will we get there
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Part 5 - Appendices
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Te Manahuna Ki Uta (Destination Mackenzie) - Adopted 23 August 2022
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Te Manahuna Ki Uta - Land Strategy - 2021
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Te Manahuna Ki Uta - FAQs
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