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Dark Sky Project takes astro-tours online after lockdown demand rockets
23 Sep 2021   /

Dark Sky Project takes astro-tours online after lockdown demand rockets

An initiative by Dark Sky Project to bring people in lockdown together for an online stargazing tour was so popular that the astro-tourism attraction is making it a monthly event.


Dark Sky Project’s Mt John experience reopens
30 Oct 2020  

Dark Sky Project’s Mt John experience reopens

Takapō’s Dark Sky Project’s popular Mount John Summit Experience has reopened.


Great South launches Dark Sky training on Stewart Island
15 Sep 2020  

Great South launches Dark Sky training on Stewart Island

Great South is co-ordinating a two-day Dark Sky ambassador training course on Stewart Island/Rakiura.


First Look: Earth & Sky and Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s $10m Astronomy Centre
13 Mar 2018   /

First Look: Earth & Sky and Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s $10m Astronomy Centre

Earth & Sky and Ngāi Tahu Tourism have revealed concept images for their $10m Astronomy Centre joint venture at Lake Tekapo.


China Southern’s investment in Tekapo tourism revealed
28 Nov 2017   /

China Southern’s investment in Tekapo tourism revealed

Mt John Observatory’s partnership with China Southern Airlines is worth $450,000 over three years with 10% of it going towards tourism infrastructure in the Mackenzie district.


NZ a leader in burgeoning astro-tourism industry
13 Oct 2017  

NZ a leader in burgeoning astro-tourism industry

New Zealand is a world leader in astro-tourism with more product on the way and a reputation in Asia as being one of the best places in the world to enjoy the night sky, says one of the country’s leading astronomers. 


Astro stars set to descend on NZ for starlight festival
3 Oct 2017   /

Astro stars set to descend on NZ for starlight festival

New Zealand is set to welcome some of the most influential astrophysicists in the world, as part of the third Aoraki Mackenzie Starlight Festival.