Owen River Lodge in Murchison has attained Qualmark’s Luxury Lodge certification and a Gold Sustainable Tourism Business Award.
Nelson Tasman locals and people from all around New Zealand have a deep love for Takaka and Golden Bay, and it’s easy to see why.
Auckland has won its bid to host the Asia-Pacific Association of International Education (APAIE) Conference and Exhibition, which will bring around 2000 delegates to the city in 2021.
Golden Bay tourism businesses suffering in the aftermath of ex-Cyclone Gita have been urged to apply to the government’s new relief fund in order to prompt more support.
The government’s provision of $100,000 for businesses affected by ex-Cyclone Git has been welcomed by a tourism operator group but fears it may not be enough to help the sector.
The Golden Bay tourism industry needs urgent financial assistance from the government in the wake of Cyclone Gita, according to a group of tourism professionals.
New Zealand’s image is on the line as one of our most Instagram-famous locations is nearing the deadline for submissions on its protection.
PRESS RELEASE: NZTA Repair work on the Takaka Hill highway, State Highway 60, between Riwaka and Golden Bay has gone well in recent days. “Crews have been making good progress MORE »
Caravan, trailer and boat owners can now get through Takaka Hill at the end of each day now, weather permitting.
Australian tourism and travel operators have reported record profits this week with Qantas, Flight Centre and Sydney Airport all enjoying the benefits of booming tourism.
Despite the recent storm all the businesses associated with Tasman’s Great Taste Trail are open.
Family-owned Abel Tasman Lodge scoops multiple top 5 rankings in Trip Advisor 2018 Travellers’ Choice Awards
Tourism operator Abel Tasman Canyons scooped two gongs at this year’s Nelson Tasman business awards including the Supreme Business title.
Darryl Wilson, Chief Executive of Wilsons Abel Tasman National Park Ltd is the recipient of Blind Citizens NZ’s Extra Touch Award.
A landmark Nelson peninsula property, home to well-known pub The Honest Lawyer, is on the market for sale.
Mountain Bike Track development at Kaiteriteri, Richmond and St Arnaud are among the recipients of grants from Tasman District Council.
Abel Tasman and Kahurangi national parks are now connected by a 169-hectare block of land purchased by the Nature Heritage Fund.
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has announced an eco-sanctuary will be created on Farewell Spit in a partnership between DOC and natural health and wellness retailer HealthPost.
Three South Island cycle trails feature in the latest TNZ promotion to get more Australians thinking about and planning a cycling based Kiwi holiday.
Nelson has been crowned the nation’s top economic region for the second quarter in a row as its tourism industry continues to thrive.
Tourism expenditure grew in all regions over the year to February 2017, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by MBIE.
The Top of the South regional tourism cluster has released a new 2017 itinerary brochure, following route changes north of Kaikoura.
Six of New Zealand’s champions of public access were recognised on Tuesday for their achievements in enhancing public access and offering new opportunities for New Zealanders to experience our great outdoors.
In the third of our On the Road series, the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell meets Wine, Art & Wilderness founder, Noel Kennedy.
In the latest monthly regional spending estimates, Nelson again showed the greatest growth. The Ticker spoke to Nelson Regional Development Agency chief executive, Mark Rawson, on the secret behind the region’s success.
The latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment today show that tourism expenditure grew in most regions over the year to January 2017.
The Tasman District Council will install gates and a gravel bund to block vehicle access to the informal Reilly Street freedom camping area, in response to concerns about pollution, noise and public safety.
The issue of whether residential ratepayers who rent out their homes for profit should pay rates in line with their commercial counterparts is not a new one.
Premium New Zealand wines, paired with stunning views of the regions where they are produced, were on the inflight menu for leading international media and wine experts on Friday.
22 May 2018 Hobbiton-themed Magic match dress unveiled
22 May 2018 Minchington on the move from ServiceIQ