The winner of each business category is then in contention for the Air New Zealand Supreme Tourism Award that comes with a prize valued at over $20,000. The NZME People’s Choice Award is up for votin...
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has revealed five joint priority areas for immediate action with government agencies to ensure a sustainable tourism future for New Zealand
Sustainable tourism initiative nominated for award Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) has been announced as a finalist in the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards. The awards are designed to showcase...
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is recommending the Government provides local government with a 20% share of the GST paid by international visitors to help fund regional tourism activities and infrastructu...
Overcoming new challenges facing the hotel sector, such as competing accommodation options, construction, investment, finance and staffing issues, will be a significant focus of this year’s New Zeala...
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
Attended by around 200 delegates from the cruise sector and wider tourism industry, local government and port representatives
Travellers to New Zealand can find resources on being responsible campers in one handy site, with the re-launch of Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s freedom camping website
Auckland Council’s new ‘Airbnb rate’ falls dismally short of the mark and fails to reduce unfairness
The Hotel Industry Awards celebrate and recognise the individuals and hotels delivering outstanding visitor experiences
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
Tourism Industry Aotearoa says this enormous net gain is a positive recognition of the value of our international visitors
Budget has reduced Tourism New Zealand’s budget by almost $6 million
the competition is expected to be fierce as innovation abounds in New Zealand’s booming tourism industry
TIA convenes the New Zealand Responsible Camping Forum, which brings together about 30 representatives from the public and private sectors
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