Environment

2.6 Conservation attractions

Ngā painga kukume Papa Atawhai

Nature is one of Wellington’s biggest attractions.

What we do

These facilities play important conservation roles, protecting native and exotic flora and fauna. They inform and educate, attract visitors, and their existence creates economic incentives for the city’s environment to be protected and enhanced.

Key projectsTop

Measuring our performanceTop

Our targets for 2014/15 are:

What it will costTop

2.6 Conservation attractions Operating expenditure 2013-14 Capital expenditure
2013-14
Income Expenditure Net expenditure Total
($000) ($000) ($000) ($000)
2.6.1 - Conservation visitor attractions - 6,130 6,130 794
2014/15 2.6 Total - 6,130 6,130 794
         
2013/14 Total - 5,779 5,779 1,892
2012–22 LTP Yr 3 Total - 5,839 5,839 812
Variance 2012–22 LTP Yr 3 to DAP 14/15 - 291 291 (18)
8This figure has increased from the original Long-term Plan target to reflect the higher than anticipated visitor numbers.
9This figure has been updated to reflect the Karori Sanctuary Trust’s latest Statement of Intent. It is a 5% increase from the previous year’s target.