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  1. Marketing Activity

    Travie, a travel magazine of The Korea Travel Times featured an eight page story on New Zealand.

  2. Media Releases

    International visitor arrivals were maintained during August - with total arrivals up 1.4 per cent for the month and an overall increase of 5.3 per cent for the year ending August 2012. These arrivals generated 50.5 million stay days, a 0.7% increase on last year.

  3. Insights

    Last week saw us launch our latest activity to target the influential Australian market - with the North Island 'Self Discovery' campaign profiled at the Destination Northland conference in Katiaia.

  4. The Explore New Zealand Programme (Explore) is set to get bigger and better in 2013 with the well-known discount programme for accredited international travel agents and travel media moving online.

  5. Marketing Activity

    Some of the North Island's best 'hidden gems' are being promoted to Australians in a joint venture campaign between Tourism New Zealand and the Central and Upper North Island Regional Tourism Organisations (RTOs) and key travel partners.

  6. Marketing Activity

    Americans looking for a dream holiday to New Zealand are being encouraged to book their tickets during September with discounted fares on Hawaiian Airlines' new service to Auckland.

  7. Marketing Activity

    High profile Korean actor Kim Nam-Gil visited New Zealand recently as part of Tourism New Zealand's on going work with opinion leaders.

  8. Marketing Activity

    In June this year, Tourism New Zealand worked with three of Korea's leading travel agents - Hanatour, Modetour and Lotte tour, to launch an integrated campaign to promote winter travel deals to New Zealand.

  9. Tourism New Zealand's 100% Middle-earth, 100% Pure New Zealand advertisement has reached more than 500,000 on-line views to date, despite much of the core campaign work still to launch in off-shore markets.

  10. Marketing Activity

    New Zealand Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism John Key was there to launch the Japanese version of the 100% Middle-earth, 100% Pure New Zealand campaign at a special media event in Tokyo.

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