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Quiet tourism season ahead for Taupō could be counteracted by other drivers

While the Taupō District economy has largely weathered Covid-19’s decimation of the international visitor market, observers are again warning the town of uncertainty ahead as the quieter ‘shoulder season’ for domestic tourism approaches. But the potential boost of Contact Energy’s announcement that it was committed to building the Tauhara 2 power station, could be a game changer, Taupō District Council chief executive officer Gareth Green, told councillors in his report for January 2021 on Tuesday .

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