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Queenstown Marathon last Saturday lifted occupancy across the resort to a new 2023 high, according to figures from STR.
Air New Zealand carried almost 1.28 million passengers in October 2023, up 2.4% on the same month last year.
The Tourism Data Leadership Group expects to call for registrations of interest before Christmas for the supply of new domestic tourism insight.
There may be political limbo in Wellington following the 14 October general election, but at least the capital’s hotel market appears to be exiting spring on a consistent trend up, according to figures from STR.
Christchurch’s hotel market appears to be ending spring on a high, according to figures from STR.
Queenstown occupancy and average daily rate have been trending down since the 2023 high seen in early September, according to figures from STR.
After a decent start to spring for the capital’s hotels, Wellington has been sliding out of the season with steady falls in both occupancy and average daily rate over recent weeks, according to figures from STR.
Occupancy across New Zealand’s largest hotel market has fluctuated in spring between 60% and 75%, according to figures from STR.
Average weekly occupancy and ADR across Christchurch has been relatively steady since the start of spring, according to figures from STR.
New Zealand’s hotels have seen a good start to spring with average weekly occupancy across the country rising from 62% for the first week in September to over 70% last week.
Business confidence in New Zealand’s holiday parks sector is on the rise again, with 72% currently feeling optimistic about the market right now.
The number of tourism-related filled jobs jumped significantly in August 2023 compared to the same month last year, according to Stats NZ’s latest employment indicators.
Christchurch occupancy has been sliding steadily since mid-August, with little in the way of major events to give the city a boost.
The Tourism Data Leadership Group’s four key initiatives to help fill significant insight gaps in the sector.
The Snow Machine music event and the Winter Games have helped lift hotel occupancy to a 2023 high across Queenstown, according to figures from STR.
Overseas visitors to Hamilton spent $13m in the city in the June 2023 quarter, up $5.6m on the same time last year, according to the city’s council.
While Wellington enjoyed a sharp jump in occupancy and ADR during the early stages of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in late July, those metrics have been sliding since, according to figures from STR.
Hotel occupancy across the city has been falling since late July but is still much better than last year.
Accommodation and food services jobs rose by 12,310 jobs in July 2023, up 8.4% on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ’s latest employment indicators figures.
Queenstown’s hotels are finishing the winter months on a new high, according to figures from STR.
Low tourism numbers, expensive flights, rising interest rates and other costs are contributing to a sluggish tourism recovery, according to respondents in a survey by former Bank of New Zealand chief economist Tony Alexander.
Average weekly occupancy across New Zealand’s hotels started to slide in August from a late-July high, according to figures from STR.
International and domestic passenger movement at Auckland Airport during July have seen a healthy bump due to the school holidays and arrivals for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Despite not hosting any FIFA Women’s World Cup matches, Christchurch’s hotels still appear to benefiting, according to figures from STR.
The capital has enjoyed a sharp increase in hotel occupancy and ADR since the start of the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
A big week of sport has given Auckland’s hotels a nice mid-winter boost, with occupancy nearing 76%, according to figures from STR.
Average weekly occupancy across New Zealand’s hotel market dipped last week, according to figures from STR.
Operators will need to be on their game this spring and summer as competition heats up for Kiwi and Australian visitors.
Queenstown Airport has reported 163,152 passenger movements for June 2023, or about 109% of that recorded for the same month in pre-Covid 2019.
Queenstown’s hotels are enjoying a good mid-year holiday period with average weekly occupancy hitting a 2023 high last week, according to figures from STR.
After sliding following TRENZ in early May, Christchurch occupancy has seen a decent start to winter, according to figures from STR.
The opening of the ski season has finally turned around occupancy in Queenstown with the first consistent increases – albeit modest – seen since the Easter and school holidays in April.
Wellington is the first of the major NZ hotel markets to record occupancy down on 2022.
The vast majority say they have benefited from tourism, but they want more done to minimise its negative impacts.
Hotel occupancy across New Zealand’s largest hotel market was steady over May, hovering around 65%, according to figures from STR.
Average weekly occupancy across New Zealand’s whole hotel market was relatively stable over May and enters winter at around 60%, according to figures from STR.
Queenstown’s hotel market appears to have bottomed out with average weekly occupancy hovering around 56% for the past couple of weeks, according to figures from STR.
Air New Zealand passenger numbers in the year to April 2023 reached 1.25 million, down just 12.6% on the 1.43 million carried in 2019.
TRENZ 2023 at Te Pae Christchurch saw the southern city report the best occupancy rates of the country’s major hotel markets.
Wellington’s occupancy rate bounced back last week after sliding for most of March and April, although the lift may prove to be shortlived.
International visitor arrivals in March are just shy of an 80% recovery compared to pre-Covid 2019, according to data from Stats NZ.
Electronic card transactions in hospitality for April have increased by 15.5% compared to the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.
Hotel occupancy across Auckland fell after the series of holidays enjoyed in April, which started with Easter, followed by the end of term one school holidays, and then ANZAC Day last week.
Most of New Zealand’s major hotel markets managed to arrest the autumn occupancy slide seen in March to bounce back in April.
The number of filled jobs in the accommodation and food services sector reached 18,101 in March 2023, up 12.9% on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.
Queenstown received a small bump in occupancy during the Easter break and the first week of the school holidays, according to figures from STR.
Wellington’s hotel market has cooled with the average weekly occupancy high of 87% seen in late February sliding below 60% in the week to Easter.
With all of the country’s major hotel markets sliding into the middle of autumn, Christchurch appears to be holding up best.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is inviting expressions of interest for the Tourism Data Leadership Group.
New Zealand’s major hotel markets appear to have experienced a rarity during the recovery – a steady, stable month not unduly influenced by weather extremes, strong growth due to border openings, or any other major issue, save possibly ongoing capacity constraints due to staff shortages.