4 August 2017
The annual Outdoors Forum will be hosted by NZRA on 4 & 5 September at The Boat Shed in Wellington. The Outdoors Forum is the annual event that unifies the outdoors sector and gives us an opportunity to learn, collaborate, discuss and recognise achievement. Read more
21 July 2017
Tourism numbers are booming right across New Zealand, and each of those tourists needs somewhere to go, and something to do. Some of our most popular outdoor experiences, like the Tongariro Crossing, are packed, and this has impacts not only on tourist experiences, but also on how locals get to interact with their nearest and dearest outdoor spaces. Read more
9 June 2017
At the Green Pavlova Conference 2017, The Generate Network hosted two workshop presentations all surrounded on “Sharing your Parks Story”. This presentation was a direct response to the feedback being received at parks manager meetings earlier in the year. Read more.
1 June 2017
The New Zealand Interface Magazine, which educates schools about the latest healthy technology for kids, invited Geo AR Games along as one of the keynote speakers to their national road show. Read more.
25 May 2017
In 2015 several students from Monash University in Australia took rented kayaks paddling on to Lake Tekapo. A weather change and strong winds resulted in many of these boats capsizing. Two young men died. The owner of Aquanorts (the kayak rental business) was prosecuted under Maritime and Health and Safety law in December last year. Read more.
22 May 2017
I've just returned from the field trips that have brought Green Pavlova 2017 to a close and am reflecting on what an inspirational conference I found it to be. This was my first conference since joining NZRA four weeks ago and it has been fantastic to meet so many of you and start putting faces and names together. Read More
4 May 2017
28 April 2017
At NZRA, we work at an agency, industry and professional level to build capability, develop partnerships, and equip individuals and organisations with the skills they need to deliver high quality recreation experiences that engage participants. Its vision is that in 2020 New Zealand has a strong recreation industry that meets the needs of current and future participants, so that through recreation, New Zealanders are active, healthy, and connected. Read More