Minister Wants Action On Cathedral Cove Solution

Written by on January 9, 2024

By John Freer

A champion may have been found for those wanting to get the Cathedral Cove reopened in the Minister for Tourism and Hospitality, the Hon Matt Doocey.

He visited the site today, afterward being strong in his response to a question from CFM on where the closure of land access sat in terms of his portfolio. He said work to get the area again open from the land was clearly not working.

He also questioned how higher a priority the project was for people in Wellington.

In an extensive interview with CFM the Minister touched on focus points to further develop international tourism, the requirements of smaller regions to maximise the tourism product to achieve business and employment growth, information centres and regional tourism organisations.

Open the link below to hear our interview.

Reader's opinions
  1. Christine   On   January 9, 2024 at 11:01 pm

    Time to sort out these walks! We pay visitors tax to visit New Zealand only to find some paths are closed…Cathedral Cove, Blue Springs etc

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