INVESTMENT SUCCESS

Our feasibility studies, business cases, plans, strategies and prospectuses are succinct, targeted and achievable, offering sound and logical implementation attracting investment. Some of our projects that have received implementation funding are outlined below.  

Recreational Trails

Red Centre Adventure Ride Track Design

Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics – Infrastructure, Investment and Contracts (NT, Australia)

Investment success: $12 million

TRC received recognition for this work in the Planning Institute of Australia 2018 Awards for Planning Excellence (Northern Territory) – Award for Planning Excellence – Best Planning Ideas – Large Project. Significantly, within one month of delivery, the Red Centre Adventure Ride Concept Plan was fully funded with $12 million from the NT Turbocharging Tourism Action Plan. TRC have since been engaged to work on the next phase of the project – planning and designing the track – which is now underway.

Royal Coast Track Strategic Management Framework

National Parks & Wildlife Service (NSW, Australia)

Investment success: $2 million

Upgrading of the Royal Coast track commenced shortly after this project under $2 million of funding provided by the NSW Government.

Omeo MTB Destination Business Case

East Gippsland Shire Council (VIC, Australia)

Investment success: $1 million

Omeo MTB Hub was successful in receiving funds from State Government through Regional Development Victoria.

Potential for Mountain Biking in North Eastern Tasmania: Market Demand and Economic Assessment

Northern Tasmania Development (TAS, Australia)

Investment success: $3.85 million

The assessment resulted in successfully receiving funding of $3.85 million from Regional Development Australia to develop trail infrastructure. The new trail developments are now operational, are attracting increasing use and events, and have resulted in new and expanded tourism business development in local communities and increases in local accommodation occupancy and generally increased local trade.

Recovery Plan for Cudlee Creek

Bike SA / Forestry SA (SA, Australia) 

Investment success: $2.5 million

$2.5 million to rebuild existing trails and enhance facilities and infrastructure of the Fox Creek Bike Park at Cudlee Creek via the Local Economic Recovery Program.

Wellington Regional Trails Framework

Wellington Shire Council (New Zealand) 

Investment success: ongoing funding

Partners from local, regional, and National Government are contributing to ongoing funding for implementation.

Mogo Adventure Trail Hub Strategy

Eurobodalla Shire Council (NSW, Australia)

Investment success: $3 million

Mogo Adventure Trail Hub project was awarded $3 million NSW Government funding through the Growing Local Economies Fund.

Coastal Pacific Trail Feasibility Assessment District Council (NZ)

Coastal Pacific Trail Feasibility Assessment District Council (New Zealand) 

Investment success: $3 million

The feasibility assessment attracted investment of $3 million.

Tourism

Emerald Springs Roadhouse to Recovery

Emerald Springs Roadhouse (NT, Australia) 

Investment success: $120,000

The Business Case led to successfully receiving $120,000 of the Northern Territory $4 million Roadhouse to Recovery funding to improve visitor experiences for the self drive market. 

Timber Creek Hotel Roadhouse to Recovery

Timber Creek Hotel (NT, Australia) 

Investment success: $120,000

The Business Case led to successfully receiving $120,000 of the Northern Territory $4 million Roadhouse to Recovery funding to improve visitor experiences for the self drive market. 

FUNDING APPLICATIONS

Cooma Chamber of Commerce Building Better Regions Funding Application 

Cooma Chamber of Commerce (NSW, Australia)

Investment success: $20,000

The project will deliver a strategic plan for local businesses to drive the local economy into the future and understand the issues faced by business.

CONSERVATION

Oparara Arches Feasibility Study and Business Case

Tourism West Coast (New Zealand)

Investment success: $5.6 million

Received $5.6M in funding through the Provincial Growth Fund to ensure the conservation of this spectacular and sensitive part of Kahurangi National Park.

INDIGENOUS TOURISM PLANNING

Camping with Custodians 

Tourism WA (WA, Australia) 

Five of our recommended Camping with Custodians sites in Western Australia have been funded and are now operational.

Murujuga Living Knowledge Centre Feasibility, Concept and Business Case

Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (WA)

Investment success: $10 million