This year’s Cruise-for-a-Cause to Doubtful Sound has raised a record $53,220 for Queenstown community support group ‘Baskets of Blessing/Let’s Eat’ for a portable chiller and commercial kitchen equip...
A new initiative aiming to gain insight into the alpine habitat of New Zealand’s at-risk kārearea falcon has received a significant boost of $54,000 from this year’s Real Journeys Birds of a Feather ...
After working around the globe, Elgan O’Donnell is looking forward to returning to his roots with his new role
Expert in childcare Lucy Deuble buys Babysitting Queenstown
Ciara brings a more personalised customer engagement focus and a depth of knowledge and experience
Hosted by Tourism New Zealand, the events were an opportunity for operators to tap into two important visitor markets
Real Journeys is funding the removal of
Queenstown’s 105-year-old steamship TSS Earnslaw, was today recognised as one of 12 significant Otago landmark heritage sites
Real Journeys is ensuring visitors to the Te Anau Glowworm Caves, Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound enjoy a remarkable experience every step of the way, with the official opening of its new visitor ce...
The annual Real Journeys Cruise-for-a-Cause to Milford and Doubtful Sounds has raised a total of $43,700 for Forest & Bird and the Cancer Society (Otago and Southland Division)
Real Journeys won the People’s Choice at the Tourism Industry Awards held in Christchurch last night
Real Journeys Chief Executive Richard Lauder says he is delighted the tourism company has been named the Supreme Winner at the Diversity Awards NZ
Adventure tourism companies Go Orange, Queenstown Rafting and Kiwi Discovery are merging to form a strong active tourism brand under the Go Orange name
Stewart Island Experience expects to start operating the tour from the 1st November, 2016
Real Journeys is pleased to announce the appointment of Sue Sheldon and Vicky Taylor as directors to its board following its AGM.
Real Journeys is embarking on large scale restoration of its land at Walter Peak to ensure visitors continue to have an authentically New Zealand experience.
Key Southern New Zealand tourism operator Real Journeys celebrates 60 years of in business and family ownership this month.
In a first for the region Real Journeys and the Department of Conservation’s Kākāpō Recovery Team are bringing three precious Kākāpō chicks to Arrowtown for a public viewing on Friday 23 May.
Key New Zealand tourism player Real Journeys has purchased the land and facilities that underpin its Walter Peak operations from its landlords Convelle Enterprises Ltd.
Key New Zealand tourism player Real Journeys has purchased Cardrona Alpine Resort from Australian based Vealls Ltd for an undisclosed sum.