Tourism represents about 20 percent of Golden Bay’s economy and is a major employer in the region
TIA convenes the New Zealand Responsible Camping Forum, which brings together about 30 representatives
The survey found that 62 percent of tourism businesses believe
Today’s announcement of a $14.9 million Government investment in tourism infrastructure will help regions benefit from the growth in tourism, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says
New Zealand’s tourism industry is celebrating today’s reopening of State Highway 1 north of Kaikōura as an important step in the region’s recovery
A framework to lead and manage the insight available to New Zealand tourism operators and support sustainable growth of the $35 billion industry has been launched by Tourism Industry Aotearoa
The tourism industry is delivering enormous benefits to New Zealand that can be maximised if the new Government works in partnership with the private sector, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says
Three new Directors are joining the Board of Tourism Industry Aotearoa, to help steer the direction of New Zealand’s biggest export sector
The tourism industry is welcoming today’s pledge by farming leaders to make all New Zealand rivers swimmable
More visitor accommodation is the highest priority infrastructure needed to support the future growth of New Zealand’s booming tourism industry, new research has found.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is encouraging communities to apply for a new Government tourism infrastructure fund
The tourism industry is deeply appreciative of Mr Bowler’s efforts during his seven years in one of the industry’s key positions, TIA Chief Executive Chris Roberts says
New Zealand tourism businesses and promotional agencies will soon have a new and innovative online tool to help them activate domestic tourism
TIA's Local Government Manifesto 2016 says NZ communities can reap even greater economic and social rewards from international and domestic visitors if councils grasp the opportunity.
Changes to the Resource Management Act must balance care for the environment with the pressing need for new infrastructure to cope with New Zealand’s tourism boom, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) has recently been launched as the new identity for New Zealand’s peak tourism industry organisation.
Rotorua has rolled out the welcome mat for more than 1,000 international and domestic delegates, who arrive in town today for the start of TRENZ 2016.
The tourism industry, local government and other stakeholders have committed to working together to improve the management of freedom camping in communities around New Zealand.
Clean fresh water is vital to the growth and sustainability of New Zealand’s $30 billion tourism industry, Tourism Industry Association New Zealand says.
Australia and New Zealand’s peak tourism industry groups are calling for a permanent Trans-Tasman Visa to allow international tourists to travel between both countries with a regional visa.