Industry Engagement

  1. We’re excited to bring the tourism industry together for our Roadshows in June 2021 to share more about our strategy and our solid four year plan focused on our core role of generating and shaping tourism demand. One that maximises the positive impact for New Zealand and the sector.

  2. 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.

  3. On 2 June 2020, we held an industry webinar to provide an update on our domestic activity and the Tourism Advisory Support Service.

  4. In this webinar we presented the findings from our domestic sentiment study that tells us Kiwis' views on holidaying at home. Listen to learn how to use these insights to ensure your business is best placed to tap into the New Zealand market.

  5. In this webinar, Tourism New Zealand's General Manager Domestic, Bjoern Spreitzer explains how you can use our free campaign toolkit to leverage our domestic work, and Global Manager Digital Experience, Tom Jackson talks about the domestic edition of newzealand.com and how it can help you and your business reach more New Zealanders.

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

  7. Need business advice or support? Qualmark is operating an advisory service to support tourism businesses as they navigate the impacts of COVID-19.

  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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