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  • TNZ brings Middle-earth to Singapore

    Tourism New Zealand has quite literally brought Middle-earth to Singapore with its Naturally New Zealand exhibition, which is running in Changi Airport's Terminal 3 over March and April.

  • PM’s visit to Korea and Japan strengthens tourism ties

    Prime Minister John Key's latest visit to Korea and Japan, which aims to strengthen New Zealand's tourism relationship between the countries, began this week with the signing of a Free Trade Agreement in Seoul.

  • Aussies encouraged to book their NZ winter getaway

    Tourism New Zealand is making the ski season a more magical experience for Australian travellers with their latest campaign 'more magic in every day'. 

  • Smaller events packing a big punch – The Ultimate Waterman, Volvo Ocean Race and Crankworx

    As the 2015 Cricket World Cup draws to a close, some smaller - but nonetheless adrenaline-packed - events are shining a spotlight on New Zealand.

  • Earning stripes in high net worth circles – partnering with Magnolia and Tiger 21

    Showcasing luxury New Zealand directly to high net-worth individuals is a rare feat - but one that was achieved recently thanks to a new partnership between Tourism New Zealand and Magnolia Purchasing Advisors.

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    Outstanding month of arrivals drives overall visitor growth

    The combination of Chinese New Year and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has resulted in impressive arrivals growth for the month of February, says Tourism New Zealand's Chief Executive Kevin Bowler. 

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    Inspiring Americans to explore New Zealand on two wheels

    Last week, we launched a campaign in the US fronted by well-known TV personality Phil Keoghan - with the aim to encourage Americans to take a cycling holiday in New Zealand, promoting the country's diverse and breathtaking cycling landscapes and extensive trail network.

  • Social media star shares epic NZ experiences

    Tourism New Zealand has welcomed one of the world's most influential social media stars to the country to explore the diverse range of experiences on offer and share these with over 2.9 million followers. 

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    Mobile performance on

    Tourism New Zealand's digital marketing webinar, held last week, discussed the mobile and social performance of some of the organisation's key marketing channels, namely, Facebook and Instagram.

  • Market update - Japan and Korea

    In a recent webinar to industry, Nick Mudge, Tourism New Zealand's Regional Manager, Japan and Korea, provided an update on positive momentum from our Japan and Korea markets.



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