Air New Zealand has announced 300,000 domestic fares for under $100 on flights departing in September to November.
The New Zealand Winter Games has green-lighted a smaller scale event for 2021 amidst continuing border closures.
Northland and Christchurch have been named in TIME’s third annual list of the World’s Greatest Places.
Grovetown Lagoon has become a popular area for walking, biking, picnicking, kayaking, food gathering and bird watching.
DOC says repair work underway but no estimate available for when the iconic track might be re-opened.
Second phase to promote accommodation, food activities and local attractions using photos.
Ravenscar House Museum set to open to public in October.
A slew of new products has set up the railway for growth, with local businesses on board for the economic ride.
Hamilton City Council has opened applications to its annual Community Event Fund.
Wellington’s CubaDupa festival has opened artist applications and expressions of interest for its 2022 festival.
The first tour would hit the tracks in March 2022.
Historic steam train can now operate commercially on the 14km Kingston to Fairlight railway.
A total of $956,800 allocated to 33 groups across Dunedin from various funds in latest round.
Two international rugby matches and a sold-out concert all in the space of a few hours for Hamilton
International science conference and Australasian ports conference also slated for this year.
Line-up of country stars as well as country-themed dance and activities on offer for three day cruise.
The firm has now closed for winter, but has strong bookings for September re-opening.
The Milford Opportunities masterplan project is set to be launched publicly at the Te Anau Club on Wednesday 28 July at 11am.
Tourism minister Stuart Nash to speak on 1 September.
Event featuring art exhibitions, food festivals, stage productions, talks and live concerts slated to run until 1 August.
Project received some funding from Tourism Infrastructure Fund.
The Covid disrupted Australian school holidays provided little boost, say southern operators.
Yoga Festivals Australia will hold a New Zealand event for the first time in Hawke’s Bay on 7-8 August.
New pass for campers rather than hut users, with aim to boost use off-peak.
Funds tagged for exhibition use, as well as earthquake strengthening due to start next year.
Campaign targets Kiwi families to plug gap left by internationals.
Project to be worked on by council and the Te Atamira Trust, with funding part of ten year plan.
Traditional ales, lantern night tour, and rowdy singsong slated to help warm hearts and hairy feet.
First round of funding to be up to $140,000.
Work expected to take six months to complete.
There is no support connected to changes in the trans-Tasman travel arrangement, says Jacinda Ardern.
Rainbow’s End has not felt the same impact from border closures as Polynesian Spa, says owner Rangatira.
Habitat to be hot, steamy 28-degrees Celsius all year round.
Walkers on the Marlborough District council’s track system were advised to exercise caution, as work continues to repair flooding and waterlogged surfaces.
Skyline Enterprises will not pay a dividend for FY21 as uncertainty around return of international visitors remains.
Kiwi tourism operators have been highlighted in TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice 2021 selections with Rotorua Canopy Tours and Heli Hike Fox Glacier topping their categories.
Art and music events proving popular among out-of-towners.
Increasing protected sea areas from the current 9.8% to 30% has the potential to boost marine tourism, says a Northland operator.
More household spending on entertainment closer to home cited.
Series of two-metre tall cubes to depict Ngāi Tahu stories about stars in Victoria Square.
Chief conservation officer to conservation and sustainability initiatives across the group.
Waiheke’s EcoZip Adventures has contributed $8000 towards the purchase of 1400 native trees for planting in seven wetland areas across the island.
Main foyer to be converted into marae-style cinema.
Around 10,000 more people used free campsites at four locations.
Personalised board game produced with trivia questions about each family that buys it.
Lime leaves after weighing up factors following new bylaw.
Signage and marketing materials to be updated with new grades.
Spend was more than double that seen for the 2015 event.
Coronet Peak hopes to open on Sunday 20 June and Cardona is aiming for 21 June.
Waimārama Road off-road cycle trail jointly funded by MBIE, district councils and community trust.