Round 3 Recipients

The projects to receive funding from Round 3 of 2019-20 VEEP Program (excluding GST) were:

  • Adelaide River Tours, carpark and seating upgrades in waiting area $4,000
  • A Good Rest B&B, upgrade bathroom facilities $19,106
  • Alice Springs Desert Park Café, upgrades to a multi-purpose food & culture experience hub $40,000
  • Alice Springs Golf Club, build a Mini Golf Tourist Attraction $40,000
  • Alice Springs Helicopters, helicopter mountain bike racks $7,710
  • Alice Springs Reptile Centre, accessibility upgrade - disabled toilet $21,250
  • Alice Springs Town Council, Alice Springs online public art map $8,275
  • Aurora Alice Springs, install recycled rubber soft fall on walk ways $40,000
  • Australian Walking Holidays, Kakadu Safari Camp Upgrades $45,454
  • Barramundi Adventures Darwin, retro fit shop, access improvements $30,000
  • Camels Australia, waste water treatment plant $40,000
  • Charlotte's Web Darwin Chocolate Factory, air-conditioning upgrades $3,111
  • Cooinda Lodge Kakadu, Mimi Restaurant upgrades $40,000
  • Corroboree Park Tavern, re-seal carpark & replace air con units $10,000
  • Crocosaurus Cove, improved Cage of Death experience $30,000
  • Daly Waters Pub, expansion of Beef and Barra BBQ area $40,000
  • Darwin City Hotel, hotel room sound proofing $16,036
  • Devils Marbles Hotel, install additional three new rooms $30,000
  • Dinah Beach Cruising Yacht Association, permanent roof over garden area $13,746
  • Djilpin Arts, external beautification of new shed area $30,000
  • Dundee Beach Holiday Park, ensuite sites (powered sites with shower, toilet and hand basin) $40,000
  • Elkira Court Motel, air-conditioner upgrades $18,061
  • Erldunda Roadhouse, visitor Wi-Fi Project $12,750
  • Glen Helen Lodge, install recycled plastic bollards $30,000
  • Hermannsburg Potters Aboriginal Corporation, paved, shaded space $5,650
  • Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation, signage and videos $7,310
  • Knotts Crossing Resort, upgrades to rooms & common areas $25,000
  • Larrimah Wayside Inn, upgrade retail, dining and accommodation $40,000
  • Mataranka Roadhouse, providing real food options and real experiences in the Never Never $45,018
  • Melaleuca on Mitchell, restoration of pool deck and recreational area $31,909
  • Mercure Alice Springs Resort, public areas - bathroom refurbishment $30,000
  • Mercure Darwin Airport Resort, bungalow revitalisation $30,000
  • Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel, kitchen redesign and fit out $14,709
  • Metro Advance Apartments Darwin, hotel facilities and room upgrades $25,000
  • Nancar Hideout Electricity battery storage, $7,500
  • Novotel Darwin CBD, celebration of Indigenous Culture - public area refurbishments $25,000
  • Oasis Hotel, public area enhancements $40,000
  • Oasis Tourist Park, install new camp kitchen $40,000
  • Outback Caravan Park Tennant Creek, interpretive display $50,000
  • Outback Elite Tours, modifications to tour vehicle $6,295
  • Outback Motorcycle Adventures, fit out and upgrade support vehicles $35,000
  • Parap Fine Foods, historical Aviation street art panels $17,500
  • Paravista Motel, motel upgrades $15,000
  • Pine Tree Motel , pool & entertainment area upgrades $40,000
  • Ramada Suites Zen Quarter, climatic and recreation enhancement $50,000
  • Remote Tours Pty Ltd, flood prevention infrastructure upgrades $7,667
  • Skippers at Dundee, accommodation enhancements to lodge facilities $35,000
  • Squeaky windmill NT, paths and access areas at B&B $10,000
  • Standley Chasm, visitors' catering area upgrade $22,727
  • Sugarbag Safaris, custom off-road trailer build $9,004
  • Sundance Farm, establish first NT RV Park $40,000
  • Travelodge Resort Darwin, Larrakia wing room upgrades $50,000
  • Tumbling Waters Holiday Park, upgrade existing building to function room including amenities $25,000
  • Uluru Camel Tours, Australian & Afghan Cameleers Museum $30,000
  • United Wycliffe Well, upgrades to public area facilities $32,608
  • Venture North Australia, Cobourg Coastal camp upgrades including four new eco tents to increase capacity $40,000
  • Wayoutback Australian Safaris, upgrades to facilities including tents, paths, lighting, solar $10,227



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