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  1. More than 400 travel agents across the United Kingdom and Europe were educated on New Zealand’s regions during Tourism New Zealand’s latest roadshow.

  2. Innovation, enterprise, and conviviality were celebrated last week at the 2017 i-SITE Visitor Information Network Conference in Ruapehu.

  3. A $1 million campaign kicks off today to get more Australians touring the South Island in autumn.

  4. Insights

    The first significant announcement resulting from Tourism New Zealand’s strategy to work more closely with the Department of Conservation has been made by Tourism Minister Paula Bennett and Conservation Minister Maggie Barry.

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  5. Rotorua will welcome 1000 delegates to the region when it hosts the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI) Conference in 2021.

  6. Insights

    New Zealand’s golf, cycling, walking & hiking, ski and food and wine offering is continuing to attract international visitors who stay longer, visit more regions and spend more.

  7. Athletes competing at the Audi quattro Winter Games are making the most of their time in New Zealand, sharing their great experiences of Queenstown and Wanaka, away from the slopes.

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  8. Media Releases

    With upwards of $100 million in the bank, private planes at the ready, and a desire for life-affirming experiences, the world’s High Net-Worth Individuals are setting their sights on New Zealand.

  9. Insights

    Data sourced from international visitors will help the New Zealand tourism industry continue to meet expectations and identify new opportunities, says Tourism New Zealand.

  10. Media Releases

    Visitors to Auckland’s new i-SITE and Department of Conservation Visitor Information Centre are set to get star treatment with a team of consultants providing a personalised, insider’s guide to New Zealand.

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