Eiontown killing it: Plans for upmarket convention centre + NTT hot pools

Another reason to avoid fubar stadium at Dunedin for hosting your little seminar of six people. It’s all over to Queenstown….

Queenstown-Hot-Pools-artists-impression_mediaArtist’s impression of a $25 million hot pools complex proposal for QLDC’s Lakeview Holiday Park site [image via Mountain Scene]

### scene.co.nz Monday 16 Dec 2013
Tribe and Queenstown council in $25m hot pools talks
Maori tribe Ngai Tahu wants to make a bigger splash on Queenstown’s tourism scene with a $25 million hot pools complex. Today’s announcement says Ngai Tahu Tourism is in early discussions with the resort council over leasing 0.75 hectares of prime public land in the Lakeview site on Man Street. The Lakeview site is being pushed by Queenstown Lakes District Council as the preferred home for a $50m convention centre proposal, possibly linked to a casino-hotel complex to be built by SkyCity Entertainment Group. Ngai Tahu’s proposed development would include about 12 large public hot pools, four smaller private hot pools, changing facilities, a health spa, reception and retail building, and a café-restaurant. Annual patronage is projected at 300,000 to 350,000 customers. Ngai Tahu is already a major property and tourism player in the resort.
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ODT: $25m hotpool plan for resort

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr


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6 responses to “Eiontown killing it: Plans for upmarket convention centre + NTT hot pools

  1. brownestudy

    Is it really ‘Man’ Street, Queenstown? Isnt Manly in New South Wales?

  2. Elizabeth

    Figure lifts to $69.2 million when infrastructure costs, a commercial subdivision at the Lakeview site … and the first five years of deficits are added.

    ### ODT Online Sat, 18 Apr 2015
    Centre losing its appeal
    Some Queenstown business owners are turning against a council-backed convention centre, worried about the long-term costs. Originally billed by the Queenstown Lakes District Council as a $52.5 million project, in terms of capital costs, fresh figures released on Thursday put the capital cost at $60 million.
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    Great comment at ODT Online by Seriously !!!!
    Read this: And the truth shall set you free

  3. Elizabeth

    Latest mention of the Ngai Tahu hot pools for Lakeview, Queenstown

    Queenstown Mirror —Wed, 26 Aug 2015

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