Safety first in adventure tourism
By MARTIN SNEDDEN - 09 May 2013
Rotorua hoteliers record strong first quarter
23 May 2013
Numerous events and a significant increase in Chinese visitors in the first quarter of 2013 meant Rotorua hotels enjoyed good gains in occupancy and room rate compared to the same time last year.
Steady trading enjoyed by Queenstown hoteliers
16 May 2013
Queenstown hotels enjoyed a year of steady trading in 2012 with domestic leisure, event and conference business returning to normal patterns following Rugby World Cup 2011 and the Christchurch earthquake which caused significant disruption to visitor flows around the South Island in 2011.
Steady trading enjoyed by Dunedin hoteliers
15 May 2013
Dunedin hotels enjoyed a year of steady trading in 2012 with domestic leisure, event and conference business returning to normal patterns following Rugby World Cup 2011.
- Hotels face blues - Christchurch Press - 23rd May 2013
Christchurch hotels are heading for the winter doldrums as tourism bosses warn skiers may bypass the city and head straight for Queenstown.
- Oi, oi, come here - Southland Times - 22nd May 2013
NZSki plans to capitalise on the "settled Australian economy" this winter and has ramped up its marketing across the ditch in the hope of tapping into some new markets.
- BoP tourism operators praising new campaign - New Zealand Herald - 22nd May 2013
Bay of Plenty tourism operators are praising a new campaign to promote national and international guests to the region next summer.