TRENZ 2018 came to a rousing end last night as hundreds of delegates helped bring down the house at the Dunedin Town Hall.
In a first for New Zealand, DunedinNZ has launched its own Spotify channel as a new city marketing and branding tactic to highlight Dunedin’s identity as a vibrant music city.
In March there was Ed, this month there is TRENZ. NZ’s four-day tourism roadshow kicks-off tonight with Dunedin set to welcome more than 1,500 delegates for the annual event.
Yes, it’s all about Dunners this week but “autumnal wonderland” – really? Steady on, Dunedin, steady on.
Dunedin City Council is seeking feedback from employees, retailers and the public after Easter Sunday trading was allowed for the first time in the city this year.
Otago has topped a table ranking the negative impact of tourism with more than half the region’s residents believing swelling international visitors bring excessive pressure.
Cromwell’s Goldfields Jet is being sold to the company’s operations manager, Cam Jones.
Hundreds of international tourism marketers will get the chance to experience the best that Dunedin has to offer visitors during the TRENZ 2018 conference in two weeks.
Dunedin is beckoning visitors to experience a winter more intriguing this year and discover the many natural and urban wonders of this beautiful and quirky southern city.
Ed Sheeran’s three Dunedin concerts, a big 30th anniversary crowd at the Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow, and generally fine weather across Otago are all expected to contribute to a bumper Easter for the region’s retailers and operators.
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