Holiday parks are gearing up for their busiest weeks of the year and many are expecting to be busier than ever.
To cater for growing demand of cycling in the area, Gibbston Valley Winery launches full-service bike centre.
New Zealand expecting to reap the benefits of NZICC.
New partnership to provide better insurance options.
Tourism operators around the country are being asked to play their part in a campaign to improve safety for visiting drivers this summer.
Tournament- goers at New Zealand’s number one golf event will be treated to even bigger and better entertainment at next year’s BMW New Zealand Open.
Queenstown Mountain Holidays, will run a seven day ladies-only mountaineering course next year aimed at building skills and knowledge.
Leading tourism operator Explore Group now sails four times a day from Paihia and Russell to Otehei Bay.
Complete Travel Marketing announces partnership agreement with Karma Resorts.
Air New Zealand kicked off its 75th anniversary celebrations with the launch of a special exhibition at the country’s national museum Te Papa.
One of the world’s premier wine events returns to Queenstown next year.
Explore Group launches its brand new fast ferry on the busy downtown Auckland to Waiheke route.
Overnight bus travel in New Zealand has changed forever with the first passengers on the new Naked Bus Sleeper experiencing the latest innovation in low-cost trips – a good night's rest on a lie-flat...
ETB Travel News is taking a holiday from Wednesday 24 December 2014, until Monday 5 January 2015.
The Caledonian Celebration continues!
The animated video is the first of its kind in the hospitality industry.
Sydney has long been on the list for travellers across the world as the place to be to bring in the New Year and with good reason.
Sydneysiders and visitors coming into the city this New Year's Eve are being encouraged to make the most of the latest digital tools.
Amadeus includes a global transfer solution in its offer to airline partners.
TravelManagers’ recent State Meetings held around Australia were an opportunity for more than 300 personal travel managers to celebrate a successful year.