More than 300 delegates from 20 countries will converge on Waitangi today for the World Indigenous Tourism Summit 2018.
Partly automated cleaning stations are being rolled out across regions at risk of kauri dieback disease.
Kai Iwi Lakes is to benefit from funding from MBIE allowing Kaipara District Council to progress its planned project for additional toilet facilities and a campervan dump station at Lake Waikare.
The NZ Transport Agency says it’s coordinating with forest owners, police and the Far North District Council to allow escorted convoys for essential travel.
A Bay of Islands operator has to pay more than $93,000 in fines following a 2014 accident in which a 60-year old woman suffered a broken back on a boat tour.
Bay of Islands Airport at Kerikeri is to receive $1.7m from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund to help with an upgrade of its terminal.
Regional tourism leaders have welcomed the government’s investment in developing new products and expect more to come from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund in further rounds.
Tourism in Northland, Tairāwhiti-East Coast, Hawke’s Bay, Manawatū-Whanganui and the West Coast will be among the first beneficiaries of the first deployment from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund.
Russell, the tiny tourist town in the Bay of Islands has always prided itself on its links with its past.
Maritime NZ is helping protect our marine environment with a campaign against ships encroaching into the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve off Northland.
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is to join an illustrious list of world heritage sites such as Pompeii and Easter Island to be digitally preserved.
Tourism New Zealand will launch a single-region campaign in the South Island following the success of its pilot Northland campaign.
Heaven to Earth, Northland Under the Stars, is an astrophotographic map of Northland through the eye of Kerikeri photographer Chris Pegman.
Northland Inc’s trade marketing manager, Karly Bent, represented the region at Tourism New Zealand’s annual trade event, Kiwi Link India, recently in the country’s national capital New Delhi.
Karikari Peninsula, Northland September 1st, 2017 marked an exciting day for Carrington Estate as they became independent of the Peppers Brand.
One is a spirited young basketball star who has plied his trade in the NBA for four years and the other has been enchanting local and international visitors for 2000 years.
Guests at Omapere’s favourite seaside resort can enjoy a lap of luxury this summer with the launch of The Heads.
The new exhibition will feature several themed rooms with the entrance providing a welcome area, much as it did in 1834 when it was the first British Residency in New Zealand.
A new hospitality venue at the Bay of Islands end of New Zealand’s latest cycling trail – and overlooking one of the country’s newest marina developments – has been placed on the market for lease.
The Whangarei Art Museum Trust will receive up to $3 million towards its bespoke project to build a Hundertwasser Art Centre in Whangarei.
Here’s to the future says Mayor Sheryl Mai, celebrating Hundertwasser’s funding news.
The Hundertwasser Art Centre with Wairau Māori Art Gallery is set to go ahead after exceeding its referendum target thanks to the commitment of $3.5million from the New Zealand Lotteries Commission.
A Northland restoration group has reintroduced kākāriki – New Zealand’s native parakeet – to the Bay of Islands after an absence of 30 years with the new residents set to become the region’s latest tourist attraction.
New Zealand turns on Māori culture, British heritage and a shared sporting passion as the British & Irish Lions are officially welcomed.
Explore has appointed Ross Brljevich as General Manager – Bay of Islands, a position he will commence in early September.
More than 300 warriors, mainly Ngāpuhi, both male and female, will be welcoming the British & Irish Lions team.
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Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has announced the temporary closure from today of the track leading to Tāne Mahuta.
Tourism New Zealand’s campaign to bring visitors from Melbourne to Northland in the autumn had a budget of $1.8m.
How Northland as a visitor destination is marketed is about to change with Northland Inc’s launch today of the first three new road-based journeys called ‘Byways’.
Up to 300 delegates will be converging on Northland for the World Indigenous Tourism Association’s (WINTA) conference early next year, the first time the event has come to New Zealand.
The Northland Regional Council has boosted the hopes of art lovers everywhere after injecting $1.5m into Whangarei’s Hundertwasser Art Centre project.
Air New Zealand, Flight Centre and Facebook data will all be used to judge the success of Tourism New Zealand’s debut single-region marketing campaign.
The reaction of many Northlanders to the news that our region is to be promoted in Melbourne to attract tourists here was no doubt enthusiastic – initially.
Air New Zealand has cast an all-star lineup of homegrown talent in its latest safety video, which highlights the tourism jewels in the Northland region of New Zealand.
22 May 2018 Hobbiton-themed Magic match dress unveiled