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  1. Marketing Activity
    Updated: 23 Feb 2018

    Sharing the love with #KiaOraNZ

    Tourism New Zealand’s social media campaign #KiaOraNZ is reinforcing the power of manaakitanga and Kiwi hospitality among international visitors.

  2. International tourism provided greater economic benefit to New Zealand in 2017 than ever before. Total spend was up 5 percent to $10.56 billion according to the latest International Visitor Survey (IVS) figures released by the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) yesterday.

  3. Media Releases

    Special travel packages allowing Indonesians to follow in the footsteps of Tourism New Zealand’s Indonesian tourism advocate, Nadine Chandrawinata, were launched at a media event in Jakarta last week.

  4. Media Releases

    New Zealand is front and centre at the 25th Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) in Melbourne today.

  5. Media Releases

    Two contrasting but equally spectacular maritime events will put the international spotlight on New Zealand this weekend.

  6. Is conferencing in Asia Pacific leading the world? That was the question put to a panel of experts at the 2018 IACC Australia Asia Pacific Annual Conference held in Auckland.

  7. Media Releases

    The south island’s West Coast and Northland will feature in Australia’s high rating lifestyle programme, The Living Room, as part of a regional push to encourage Australians to visit in autumn.

  8. Seven episodes featuring multiple New Zealand locations have aired on a popular Indonesian travel show to an average audience of 1.6 million.

  9. Insights

    Tourism New Zealand has just released updated research that provides high-level information about New Zealand’s key international visitor markets: Australia, China, United Kingdom, United States, Germany and Japan.

  10. Media Releases

    The Taupō and Hawke’s bay regions have been showcased to more than 33.5 million viewers in a Chef Nic episode launched this month. Chinese superstar chef, Nicholas Tse was in New Zealand in November to film the eighth episode of China’s most popular food and travel show.

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