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Tourism development, winter tours and star gazing events, and more bed nights are among the benefits that could come from Wairarapa’s new International Dark Sky Reserve status
A proposed Dark Sky reserve around the Coromandel is one step closer to achieving recognition after receiving a $50,000 grant.
Lakestone Lodge at Lake Pukaki has been awarded the first Dark Sky Friendly status in the region by the Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve board.
Great South hopes to achieve International Dark Sky Park protection.
Stewart Island/Rakiura’s dark sky accreditation has played a key part in visitor growth, with Great South reporting a 17% increase in visitor numbers on Stewart Island/Rakiura from April to September 2019,
The Star Field observatory complex and astronomy centre in Martinborough is set to open later this month, with a new dark sky experience at Ruakokoputuna.
A new night-time experience is to be launched in Tekapo to combat damage and destruction to the iconic Church of the Good Shepherd.
A key Martinborough accommodation business has become the first local business awarded Dark Sky Friendly status as the South Wairarapa aims to become New Zealand’s next International Dark Sky Reserve.
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