Two local Kaikōura businesses have teamed up to create a new gin experience in the mountains.
The southern hemisphere’s first fully electric, high speed commuter ferry launches today in Wellington.
Ashburton-based Skydiving Kiwis is set to expand its operations to two new Canterbury jump sites comprising Sumner Beach and Hanmer Springs.
The opportunity to come face-to-face with the world-renowned All Black haka, test your lineout skills against your favourite player, and hear first-hand from legends of the game will all be part of the new All Blacks Experience.
Sophie Archibald is the new business development and marketing manager, New Zealand, for Destination Queenstown.
Laura Douglas threw in corporate life in Auckland to start Real Country, a tourism venture based in Kingston on the shores of Lake Wakatipu.
A Steampunk museum, an innovative camping option, an adventure business founded to grow the confidence of urbanites in the outdoors, and an all-in-one 3D Trick Art Gallery are among the 49 new tourism products that will be on show at TRENZ 2018.
ID New Zealand is thrilled to announce the launch of a dedicated “Bespoke Journeys” team and a new online B2C platform idnzbespokejourneys.com.
An exciting new day tour designed to encourage visitors to Greytown from Wellington will be launched this week.
The Cromwell-based 4 Barrels Walking Wine Trail is a new way to navigate around four of Central Otago’s premium wine tasting rooms capturing some great scenery along the way.
A new daily bus service between Dunedin and Queenstown will give travellers a taste of luxury on the road.
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.
Cardrona’s $10m McDougall’s Express Chondola made its season debut with the opening of the Cardrona ski field.
Darkness and poor weather conditions are no longer a barrier to helicopter flights in New Zealand.
Nomad Safaris, Queenstown’s oldest off-road tour company, has introduced two new activities to its adventure menu for 2017.
Wyndham Hotel Group today announced the introduction of a new brand – Ramada ENCORE – to New Zealand, reflecting the hospitality giant’s intent to broaden its portfolio in the country.
A world first extreme adventure activity, operators taking visitors off the beaten track and an upscale hotel returning to Christchurch are amongst the new tourism products that will be on show at TRENZ 2017.
A booming tourism market is the catalyst for a new $40m hotel in Invercargill.
The long-running proposal to bring hot pools to Methven has received resource consent from council.
The new Crowne Plaza Christchurch is setting itself up for business success with the launch of four modern and versatile event and conferencing spaces.
Tourism Holdings Limited’s chief executive Grant Webster tells the Ticker of the company’s electric motorhome plans and beyond.
Holiday Inn Express is expanding to Auckland following its New Zealand debut with a $60m Queenstown development.
David Cary received only two weeks ago his Department of Conservation concession to conduct walking tours through some of Southland’s most picturesque landscapes.
P&O races towards a record 2018 with first ever Melbourne Cup cruise from New Zealand.
The 255-room hotel will be located in the heart of the city at 396 Queen Street, Auckland’s main retail and dining strip.
Singapore Airlines will again provide supplementary services to and from Christchurch for 2017/18 summer.
An innovative new generation of jet boat has launched onto the Queenstown scene, able to carry almost double the number of passengers than an average river jet boat.
Canterbury, New Zealand has gained a new luxury alpine retreat with the opening of Montrose Estate on the Rakaia river at the foot of the Southern Alps.
The Northland Regional Council has boosted the hopes of art lovers everywhere after injecting $1.5m into Whangarei’s Hundertwasser Art Centre project.
Auckland Airport and Tainui Group Holdings have announced an agreement to develop a new 5-star hotel adjacent to Auckland Airport’s international terminal and the existing 4-star Novotel hotel.
Travellers on InterCity’s direct bus service between Hamilton and Auckland Airport can now enjoy a taste of business class on the road.
Star gazing in one of the world’s top ‘clear sky’ locations is being launched by Tekapo Springs in New Zealand’s Mackenzie country.
New Zealand’s newest luxury lodge and eco-sanctuary is now even more accessible for visitors to Wanaka and Queenstown.
The $700m New Zealand International Convention Centre and Hobson St hotel projects remain on-budget and on-target despite owners SkyCity remaining uncommitted in other expansion plans.
The southern lakes region is set to increase its golf tourism pull with the addition of a new “Alpine Links” course and four-star hotel in the Cardrona Valley.