Delegates at TRENZ 2019 are leaving a legacy of over 600 native trees to benefit the New Zealand environment
The Mood of the Nation research is undertaken by Kantar TNS on behalf of Tourism Industry Aotearoa and Tourism New Zealand
From Aotearoa’s sacred island to world-first daredevil catapult
New Zealand’s continuing popularity as a visitor destination is fuelling demand from overseas travel and tourism marketers wanting to come to TRENZ 2019, our $39.1 billion tourism industry’s most imp...
The Productivity Commission’s Local Government Funding and Financing Issues Paper has identified eight pressure points driving local government costs, including tourism.
New Zealanders rank a tourism experience in their own country very highly, as according to new research commissioned by Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
A revised framework to guide the sustainable development of New Zealand’s tourism industry has been released today
Tourism students planning their final year of study in 2019 are invited to apply for two $4000 scholarships.
Dynamic and visionary with annual global turnover of $426 million, multinational recreational vehicle business Tourism Holdings Ltd has won the tourism industry’s highest accolade
TIA supports the Government’s Responsible Camping Working Group longer-term recommendations
The finalists span the country, from Queenstown to Auckland, including regional communities
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has today lodged its submission on the proposed International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL)
INZ is proposing to increase immigration fees and levies by as much as 54%
Auckland Council’s new ‘Airbnb rate’ falls dismally short of the mark and fails to reduce unfairness
TIA analysed and provided feedback on more than 70 city, district and regional council draft 2018-2028 Long Term Plans
A majority of tourism businesses are prepared to support a new border tax on international visitors
Healthy freshwater ecosystems are fundamental to supporting the natural landscapes
They will have to pay an estimated $9 for the ETA, on top of the visitor levy
Tourism Industry Aotearoa says this enormous net gain is a positive recognition of the value of our international visitors
from October, international visitors will pay double for the huts and campsites on the four most popular Great Walks