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Where The Bloody Hell Are Ya, Tourism New Zealand?

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

Advertising by Tourism South Australia on New Zealand television shows the gulf in proactiveness between New Zealand and Australia when it comes to getting the economy restarted, according to ACT Leader David Seymour. While Tourism New Zealand … Read more »

Winter Push For Visitors To Boost Whanganui Economy

Press Release – Whanganui and Partners

A push to boost visitor numbers and consumer spend in Whanganui over winter is the objective for Whanganui & Partners latest tourism campaign. Building on the success of the recent Summer Campaign, the promotion encourages visitors from … Read more »

Thousands Of Kiwis Travelling For Queen’s Birthday Weekend

Press Release – Auckland Airport

Confidence in domestic travel is beginning to steadily ramp up, with thousands of Kiwis travelling within New Zealand for Queens Birthday. Nearly 400 flights will be operating to and from Auckland Airport over the long weekend. Were ready … Read more »

Local Travel Site Takes On Big Players To Support Domestic Tourism

Press Release –

A Christchurch-based travel site has launched this week with a no-commission model, prompting a David and Goliath battle against overseas online booking agents. Having already listed over 4,000 local New Zealand businesses, is backed by three … Read more »

‘Koha For Kiwi’ – Queenstown’s Kiwi Birdlife Park Appeals For Visitors

Press Release – Kiwi Birdlife Park

Queenstowns Kiwi Birdlife Park usually attracts thousands of visitors every year, and is recognised nationwide for its conservation success stories. And now it needs New Zealands help. After 34 years of operation, and with the same family at the … Read more »

Air NZ Sitting On Millions Of Dollars From Cancelled Flights

Press Release – Consumer

A Consumer NZ survey found 80 percent of passengers on cancelled Air New Zealand flights have been stuck with credits, leaving the airline sitting on millions of dollars of customers money. Consumer NZ chief executive Jon Duffy said only six … Read more »

Planning A Queen’s Birthday Staycation? Why Not Head Across To Rangitoto Island

Press Release – Fullers360

Fullers360 is thrilled to announce it is resuming its popular Auckland-to-Rangitoto service in time to celebrate Queens Birthday weekend. Saturday 30 May will mark the routes first sailing since 23 March, making it the first of its tourism services … Read more »

Waiheke Homeowners And Accommodation Providers Donating Proceeds To Kick-Start Island Economy

Press Release – NSPR

More than 80 generous Waiheke homeowners and accommodation providers are donating their rental houses, baches and hotel rooms, (Friday, June 19 and Saturday, June 20) for a clever campaign designed to stimulate the struggling island economy. Called … Read more »

Progression Of Trans-Tasman Bubble Offers Lifeline To Tourism Industry

Press Release – Tourism Industry Aotearoa

New Zealand must move quickly to make the most of Australians enthusiasm for trans-Tasman travel, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa. A proposed trans-Tasman border plan is advancing fast, with a draft to be presented to New Zealand and Australian … Read more »

Dunedin, A Pretty Good Plan D

Press Release – Enterprise Dunedin

Dunedin launches high impact domestic marketing campaign Enterprise Dunedin, the Dunedin City Councils destination marketing arm, has launched an intriguing, high impact new domestic marketing campaign, entitled Dunedin, a pretty good Plan D, … Read more »

Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat Acknowledged With World’s First-Ever ILFI Certification Of Sustainability

Press Release – Camp Glenorchy

Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat Acknowledged With Worlds First-Ever ILFI certification of Sustainability For Visitor Accommodations GLENORCHY, NEW ZEALAND, 27-May-2020 The International Living Future Institute (ILFI), a global sustainability standards-setting … Read more »

Proposal For Trans-Tasman Bubble Considers Every Step Of A Passenger’s Journey

Press Release – Business NZ

A proposed blueprint into how safe trans-Tasman travel could re-open is advancing fast, with a draft to be presented to New Zealand and Australian governments for consideration in early June. Read more »

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