1. 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.

  2. For the first time Tourism New Zealand is running a domestic campaign that encourages responsible camping.

  3. Taranaki has been selected as the host the 2019 i-SITE Conference that will bring over 100 i-SITE owners and staff from across the country to the region for five days.

  4. The crème de la crème of New Zealand’s i-SITE Visitor Information Network have been recognised today at the 2018 i-SITE Conference in Greymouth Māwhera.

  5. The i-SITE Visitor Information Network and Department of Conservation (DOC) have met to discuss how the visitor experience can be improved through a more cohesive service.

  6. The i-SITE network has released a Chinese version of their popular New Zealand touring map for the first time this month. The map is designed to support the more than 400,000 visitor arrivals from China each year, providing key targeted driver safety information.

  7. Displaced West Coast visitors were supported by the Greymouth i-SITE Visitor Centre during last week’s storm, proving the particular value of the network in times of emergency.

  8. New Zealand’s newest i-SITE Visitor Centre opens in Foxton.

  9. New Zealand’s official visitor information network, i-SITE New Zealand welcomes the addition of a new, purpose built i-SITE at Waiouru bringing the total number of i-SITEs nationwide to 80.

  10. Innovation, enterprise, and conviviality were celebrated last week at the 2017 i-SITE Visitor Information Network Conference in Ruapehu.

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