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  • Australia’s Global Achievers in NZ for the first time ever

    For the first time ever, New Zealand played host to Australia's prestigious Global Achievers Event who recently celebrated their top travel sellers in New Zealand.

  • Kiwi Link and Frontline go large in China

    Tourism New Zealand has just successfully completed its largest ever agent training and New Zealand operator networking events. As with any dealings with the China market, the sheer scale and size is what sets these Frontline training and Kiwi Link events apart.

  • NZ’s cycle trails profiled on top Australian travel show

    Australia's longest-running and most popular holiday and travel programme Getaway is profiling the Hawke's Bay and Waikato River cycle trails this month, thanks to Tourism New Zealand's International Media Programme.

  • Luxury NZ on show during November

    It has been a mammoth month with destination New Zealand present at a swathe of luxury travel events throughout the UK and Europe, with one still to go before the month is out.  

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    PR assist - the quiet achiever

    Gaining compelling, high-profile media coverage to motivate our target markets to travel to New Zealand is an essential part of our preference building activity, and the main aim of our PR teams.

    • Media Release
    Strong visitor arrivals heading into summer

    Tourism New Zealand is welcoming the ongoing growth in holiday visitor arrivals - up 6.4 for the year ending October - pushing total holiday arrivals to 1.3 million visitors.

    • Insights
    Making Middle-earth a reality

    First published in Inside Tourism issue 1004, 20 November

    Middle-earth was brought to life last week for 74 devoted Hobbit fans who won the chance to experience The Hobbit Fan Fellowship journey through New Zealand, hosted by Tourism New Zealand and Air New Zealand. 

  • Changes in Tourism New Zealand's offshore markets

    Tourism New Zealand's GM Europe and the Americas, Gregg Anderson, will be taking a sabbatical from the organisation when he concludes his current contract in July 2015, after 22 years with the business.  He intends on returning from his sabbatical in late January 2016 after some well deserved travel and R&R.  

  • New Zealand celebrates 100 days to go until Cricket World Cup

    Four trans-Tasman cricket legends have taken cricket to new heights batting and bowling on top of the iconic Auckland Harbour Bridge in New Zealand.

  • Social media influencers share NZ with 850,000 followers

    Four Australian social media influencers have been exploring New Zealand and sharing their experiences with their 830,000 followers, thanks to Tourism New Zealand and Flight Centre.

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