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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.
Shoulder season guest nights continue their upward trend with a 1.6% year-on-year increase recorded in May, according to the latest Stats NZ accommodation survey.
The Nelson Regional Development Agency reported a 38% increase in international tourism spend in May reaching $42m compared to the same month last year.
International tourist arrivals have outstripped forecasts in the first four months of the year with numbers up by 6%.
Spending in New Zealand by international Visa cardholders grew to $3.4bn last year, up 15% on 2016, according to the credit card company.
Total international arrivals grew to 3.8 million for the year ended May 2018, up 5% on the previous 12 months, according to Stats NZ’s latest travel and migration figures.
The Golden Oldies sports tournament helped boost guest nights across Canterbury, bucking a national dip of 0.9%.
A lack of information on visitor flows and movement, future forecasting and weak domestic and regional data rank among the top industry concerns according to a new study into tourism insight.
Short-term visitor arrivals reached 3.79 million in the year to April, up 5% on the previous period, according to Stats NZ’s latest travel and migration figures.
Stats NZ has launched an interactive map that allows users to explore patterns of retail spending around the country.
Spring holiday arrival growth has out-performed the peak summer season growth for 2017/2018, says Tourism New Zealand.