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    Eight million dollars is being injected into local councils to support more responsible camping

    Eight million dollars is being injected into local councils to support more responsible camping


    Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has today announced the Government is partnering with 38 councils around the country.

    He says the money will fund a range of activities, including continued provision of real time data to campers at selected campsites, the expansion of Tourism New Zealand's education campaign and a project to explore zoning areas in Kaikoura District.

    Davis says they want to continue supporting regions to thrive and enrich the country through sustainable tourism growth

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