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  1. International visitor arrivals from the UK and Ireland peaked at 23,400 in June thanks to the British and Irish Lions tour.

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  2. Marketing Activity

    Around 37 million people are expected to tune into an hour long show dedicated to New Zealand this week.

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  3. Marketing Activity

    New Zealand is becoming a favourite destination for travellers from the Republic of Korea and visitor numbers are set to increase with the launch of a new Pure New Zealand online promotion.

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  4. Media Releases

    Bryce Dallas Howard is spreading her love for New Zealand as our newest tourism voice in the US.

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  5. Media Releases

    Indonesians can’t get enough of New Zealand with a popular adventure travel programme returning to the country after first visiting last year.

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  6. Australians are getting information about driving in New Zealand as part of a new promotion encouraging them to take a road trip in the North Island.

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  7. Tourism ambassador Megan Gale is the cover story of Australia’s biggest weekend newspaper The Sunday Telegraph and magazine insert, with a major feature about New Zealand and her Kiwi connections.

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  8. Road trips showing off large parts of the central and upper North Island are the latest adventures tempting Australians across the ditch.

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  9. Media Releases

    A diverse range of regional New Zealand experiences are showcased in Tourism New Zealand’s new global 100% Pure New Zealand campaign – ‘where one journey leads to another’.

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  10. In a first for Australia, 600 frontline travel agents have taken part in a series of events across the country, learning how to sell New Zealand’s hidden gems.

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