Domestic

  1. Tourism New Zealand is helping kickstart domestic tourism to help the sector get back on its feet. Find out what we are doing and how you can get involved.

  2. We know this is a challenging time and Tourism New Zealand is here to support the tourism sector how we can.

  3. Our easy to use Insights Hub contains a range of useful data and insights to help support and grow your business. The Insights Hub will always have the latest consumer insights, industry research and tourism data.

  4. Tourism New Zealand’s purpose is to enrich New Zealand by maximising the contribution of visitors, we deliver this by maximising the impact domestic and international visitors have across the four wellbeings of nature, society, culture and the economy.

  5. Tourism New Zealand has partnered with Trees That Count to encourage domestic and international visitors to donate native trees across Aotearoa – and now you can too! You can get involved and make it easier for our people to give back while they are experiencing New Zealand.

  6. When New Zealand came out of its first lockdown in May last year, Mark Morrison Director of WildWire Wanaka who run the world's highest waterfall cable climbs above Lake Wanaka, assumed like the rest of New Zealand that inter-regional travel wouldn’t be possible.

  7. DGiT is an innovative online tool to help tourism businesses maximise the value they get out of domestic tourism.

  8. You’re never too old to zipline has been one of the biggest learnings over the last year for Christchurch Adventure Park.

  9. Tourism New Zealand’s latest industry survey asked over 650 tourism businesses what their outlook was for the next 6-12 months, including measuring employment and how they’re evolving to the challenges facing the sector as a result of COVID-19.

  10. Tourism New Zealand’s strategy, long-term focus and updates on domestic and international campaigns were the focus of recent events held in Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Wellington and Rotorua.

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