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ComCom approves the deal stating the Taupo business is not a close competitor to Bungy NZ’s operations.
Rafting NZ will use the money to train up to 20 new river guides for its Tongariro River business.
Operators seek legal advice after INFLITE is forced to delay NZ’s newest skydive venture.
The acquisitive operator has launched a review of all its businesses following a A$62.2m write down.
Chris Jolly Outdoors is expanding its portfolio of products after recruiting a new operations manager and drawing on his diverse background that spans tourism, rock and roll touring and survivalism.
The All Black’s new luxury adventure tour company has partnered with premium lodges, guides and operators.
Well-known Queenstown tourism industry talent, Stu Cordelle, has taken the helm of Shotover Canyon Swing and Canyon Fox as general manager.
DQ chair and general manager of Shotover Canyon Swing and Canyon Fox, Matt Hollyer, is leaving both roles.
Adventure activity group Go Orange is continuing on the expansion trail appointing a new head of sales and creating a new senior business development role as it eyes the lucrative US market.
Queenstown has won a bid to host the 9th annual International Adventure Conference in a move which will see the event come to the Southern Hemisphere for the first time.
Nelson Police have hosted New Zealand’s first scenario-based canyon Search and Rescue as the popularity of the sport grows with both locals and visitors.
Canterbury has made National Geographic Travel’s Best Trips list being selected as one of the world’s best destinations to explore in 2019.