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Engaging Auckland

Our growing and diversifying city

Connections
Sport New Zealand
14 April 2015

Outline
1. Auckland
2. Challenges
3. Who to work with

Auckland, its a bit different

Big
Diverse
Changing
Growing

More Aucklanders

Where are the kids


New Zealand:
Slow growth in number
Slow decline in percentage

Auckland
Growth from 34% to 40% of all Kiwi kids
10% of all Kiwi kids live in Mangere,
Otara, Papatoetoe, Manurewa &
Papakura

Challenges

Demand for open space


Scarcity of facilities - gaps
asset utilisation & re-allocation
shared use & multiple use
management across agencies
deployment of new technology
location
local & regional hubs?

Challenges
Managing reverse sensitivity
Noisy sports
New & changing sports & activities
short versions
ethnic leagues
affiliated and not

new activities

Kabaddi
Indian contact sport
110,000 Aucklanders of Indian ethnicity
fastest growing & young population

2013 and 2014 New Zealand reached


final of Women's Kabaddi World Cup
429 million TV watchers in India alone

NZ Kabaddi Cup: live streaming world


wide

Challenges

Break down of seasons


Climate change
Social media
Financial sustainability of sport
Complexity of sport & leisure
industry
multiple federations, unions etc
pay and play

Whos who in the zoo


Sport and Recreation Action Plan
(SARSAP)
Active & Regional Sports Trusts
Auckland Council
Governing Body & Local Boards:
Infrastructure & community participation
ATEED: Economic & major events
Regional Facilities Auckland: Stadia

Local facility managers

Councils focus

Direction
More Aucklanders more active more often
Dilemma
community participation - high
performance
sport leisure
south the rest
target resources

We are interested in
What are your plans to grow
participation in Auckland
What is your strategy to grow your
sport in Auckland