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WellingtonNZ has launched its micro travel show as part of its Wild Weekends campaign to draw domestic travellers to the city.
The Central Economic Development Agency has launched a new How Manawatū Are You spring-summer visitor campaign.
Visit Ruapehu has launched its latest marketing campaign for the summer season, The Aroha Is All In The Detail.
New Zealand Story has launched an international awareness campaign modelling campaigns from Tourism New Zealand and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.
Tourism New Zealand rebranded its social channels to 100% Pure Kindness on World Kindness Day on 13 November.
Destination Fiordland has launched its reset for 2021 summer campaign to attract domestic travellers.
Heart of the City has launched a new campaign to entice workers and visitors to downtown Auckland to support city centre businesses.
The agency is pushing a new campaign as a “micro travel show” to fine-tune its targeting.
Venture Taranaki has launched its new ‘Taranaki – Just around the corner’ domestic tourism campaign.
Accor has launched Take Two, an initiative offering New Zealanders the chance to rebook holiday plans and celebrations.
Destination Queenstown launches its Home of Adventure brand today, which was delayed from March because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Power firm The Lines Company and a group of Waitomo-based adventure tourism operators have banded together to boost tourism sales.
Tourism Bay of Plenty has launched its new Sure to Make You Smile campaign thanks to the $700,000 funding it received through the Government’s Strategic Tourism Assets Protection Programme.
Three North Island tourism operators have joined forces to create The Epic Bucket List Package.
Northland Inc has released a new campaign showcasing bucket list activities of Northland to encourage Auckland-based students to explore the region.
The Dear NZ, Love AKL campaign focused on the visiting friends and relatives travel market.
TNZ’s ‘Good Morning World’ has been named the “best and most effective” campaign in the world.
The Get Out More NZ campaign comprised the Coastal Bay of Plenty, Hamilton & Waikato, Rotorua, Ruapehu, Tairāwhiti Gisborne and Taupō.
WellingtonNZ has launched the next phase of its $75,000 Love Local campaign focused on boosting central city businesses as the region moves into Covid-19 alert level 1.
Nelson Regional Development Agency is launching the Nelson Tasman Adventure Challenge, as part of the next phase of its We’ve Got This campaign.
Development West Coast has launched a new campaign prior to the September/October school holidays, focussing on active retirees, young professionals and mid-to-upper socio-economic families.
South Island luxury fly fishing retreat Owen River Lodge is offering guests the use of a Porsche Boxster S.
The campaign attracted a record number of 425,200 digital visitors to the campaign website, generating 12,400 referrals to operators’ booking sites.
Tourism New Zealand’s ‘Good Morning World’ campaign has been awarded Ad Campaign of the Year at the AdNews Agency of the Year awards.
Lake Wanaka Tourism has revitalised its local campaign, LoveWanaka, Supporting Local, ahead of the shoulder season.
Tourism New Zealand’s Good Morning World has been deemed the ‘world’s most effective global marketing campaign’ in the Global Effie: Multi-Region competition.
New Zealand tourism operators and products from across the country will be showcased in a new series of videos as part of a campaign from Tourism New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand has released its first Spotify album, Mindful Journeys, designed to transport listeners virtually around the country.
The initiative would see locals provided something free of charge if they brought full paying out-of-towners to a local business.
CEO Stephen England-Hall says it is another challenge for the agency and sector to overcome.
Government marketing agency said that it is up against a “big fight at the moment” as destinations across the world pour money into campaigns in an attempt to keep their locations top of mind for when international travel restrictions are lifted.
The agency has “gamified” the NZ experience in a new $1.3m campaign to lure Australians, once travel is allowed.
AA Traveller has entered into a three-year partnership with Tourism New Zealand in a bid to support domestic tourism and local operators.
The region’s revival will be driven by a clearer sense of direction, says NRDA’s visitor destination manager.
In a first for Queenstown Lakes, the district’s two RTOs have teamed up to launch a local campaign.
School holiday numbers to Waitangi Treaty Grounds increased by 72% compared to 2019, following the launch of a new domestic campaign on 19 June.
Nelson Tasman locals are being urged to take part in a new marketing campaign designed to help the region’s economic recovery following the fallout of Covid-19.
More than 2300 vouchers have been downloaded since the launch of WellingtonNZ’s Explore Wellington platform.
The campaign is a unique, joint agency effort to promote NZ’s brand on the global stage while travel remains restricted.
Great South and Destination Fiordland have launched the third phase of their Rediscover Southland campaign with a range of deals to encourage Southland visitation.
The Do Something New This Winter campaign features winter activities across the country.
The city is trying to recover from being one of the hardest-hit destinations in the world.
The workshop will support and enhance the work already planned by Destination Coromandel in the coming months.
The Great NZ Roadtrip would be a “one-stop shop” to search for local activities and places to stay, priced from from $15 per month for users.
Tourism New Zealand has launched a free digital toolkit and a domestic edition of newzealand.com for industry to leverage its Do Something New, New Zealand campaign.
The From our Family to Yours campaign will give away 1200 hotel nights across QT, Rydges and Atura hotels in NZ and Australia to locals who have supported their communities throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
The campaign would initially target potential visitors in the Northland and Auckland market
Lake Wanaka Tourism and Ignite Wanaka are promoting a short form video mini-series about local Covid-19 lockdown stories.
ChristchurchNZ general manager destination and attraction Loren Heaphy explains just how a new destination proposition has emerged and how a new regional collective will be launched.
The last video from Tourism New Zealand’s Good Morning World campaign has aired – bringing the year-long promotion to an end.