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More than half of the country’s RTO regions saw visitor spending fall or zero growth in December compared to the same month in 2017, according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment.
There were a record 529,300 visitor arrivals to NZ in December, the highest for any month ever, according to Stats NZ’s latest international travel numbers.
Hotel occupancy levels and RevPar took a hit across New Zealand over the Christmas and New Year holiday period, according to STR.
There’s anecdotal evidence of a slowdown in Chinese New Year activity – here’s the first piece of hard data.
Destination Wairarapa topped the table of regional tourism organisation visitor spend growth for November 2018 with a 16% uplift to $16m compared with the same month last year.
Wairarapa showed good growth in both the November 2018 month and year.
South Island overseas guest nights grew to 909,000 in November 2018, up 9.7% on the same month in 2017.
The UNWTO expects tourist arrivals in the region to top 363 million in 2019.
Overseas visitor arrivals in November 2018 increased by 3.2% to 385,789 compared to the same month in 2017, driven by growth from Australia, the United States and Taiwan.
Tomahawk has partnered with global travel data co-op ADARA in a move that the partners says will unlock deeper data and insight into the global traveller for New Zealand tourism businesses.
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Southland’s tourism sector has helped push it to the top of ASB’s regional economic scoreboard for the third quarter.
Central Otago guest nights surged by 48% compared to October 2017.
Almost half of all New Zealanders believe that the country is on track for too many visitors according to the latest Mood of the National report.
Early bookings for the 2019-20 cruise season show passenger numbers growth will fall from 27% to 6%.
Wellington has seen visitor spending figures for October drop after a revision was undertaken by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
The total number of tourism activities taken up by visitors specifically related to Māori grew by just 1% in the year to June 2018, according to NZ Māori Tourism.
Strong domestic demand and growth in international visitor numbers are behind the increase, says Stats NZ.
NZ’s $558m business events sector posted an uptick in delegate numbers and delegate days despite a 5% drop in the number of events in the year ended September 2018.
The country’s newest regional tourism organisation, Aoraki Tourism, topped visitor spending growth for October 2018 compared to the same month last year, excluding Destination Kaikoura’s recovery-skewed returned.
Global tourism arrivals for 2018 is on track for 4%-5% growth – that’s down from 2017’s 7%, says the World Tourism Organization.
Falls in three of NZ’s biggest source markets in the October 2018 year have been more than made up for by the three fastest-growing emerging territories.
Cristine Angus’s software development company, getsmart, has signed a global partnership agreement to provide tailored customer insight solutions for the International Youth Hostels Federation.
NZ’s fastest growing source region over recent years has suffered an unexpected dip.
MBIE packages industry insight in first Quarterly Tourism Report.
A record 40.1 million guest nights in short-term commercial accommodation was reported for the year to September 2018, up 2.7% on the previous corresponding period.
The agent predicts strong RevPAR growth for Queenstown’s hotels.
Destination Kaikoura continues to report strong visitor spend growth in the wake of November 2016’s earthquake with spend captured by the RTO up 63% to $6m for September compared to the same month last year.
Visitor arrivals for September 2018 grew by 2.1% to 258,155 compared to the same month last year, driven by the United States and China but dragged by a sluggish Australian market.
Hawke’s Bay reported an 11% increase in monthly guest nights in August
The initiative aims to encourage greater use of tourism data to help industry and investors.
Canterbury and Wanaka regional tourism organisations have posted double-digit guest night growth leading the country to another annual record in August.
Destinations worldwide received 641 million international visitors between January and June – more than forecast by the UNWTO.
A new report on the performance of the world’s tourism markets highlights NZ’s relative lack of investment.
Motels’ loss of market share to Airbnb is “concerning”, says Horwath HTL’s Hamilton.
Destination Kaikoura continued to top spending growth for regional tourism organisations across the country with August 2018 expenditure up 52% to $4m compared to the same month last year.
Solid growth from the Americas and Asia pushed international visitor arrivals for August up to 246,700 for the month, an increase of 5.4% on the same month last year.
Auckland hotels are at risk of “strong occupancy decline” unless developers reconsider their planned projects for the city, according to Horwath HTL NZ.
The upward trend for July guest nights has been interrupted this year with numbers staying flat at 2.67m, according to Stats NZ latest commercial accommodation survey.
New regional insight, an industry sustainability dashboard and reports on future infrastructure needs are the top priorities in the government’s new tourism data plan.
Tourism New Zealand’s Insights team took a close look at figures recently published by the United Nations World Tourism Organization.
The region continued to lead visitor spending with yearly growth to July up 17% to $160m.
It has taken just four years to increase foreign visitor arrivals by one million.
Spending in the year to June was driven by growth in visitor arrivals from China and the US, according to MBIE’s IVS.
Passenger numbers grew 17% in the June year to reach more than a quarter of a million.
Half of NZers surveyed believe international visitors put too much pressure on the country.
International guest nights in the year to June 2018 reached 39.9 million, up 2.4% on the previous period, according to Stats NZ.
A Stats NZ review of MBIE’s premier tourism dataset has recommended a raft of improvements.
Regional spend grew over the year to June despite a drop in international expenditure, says MBIE.
Stats NZ has launched a new online tool that allows users to create graphs showing international travel trends.