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IVS: Spending flattens at $11.2bn for June 2019 year
23 Aug 2019   /

IVS: Spending flattens at $11.2bn for June 2019 year

Total and average international visitor spending growth starts to stall.


US passengers help drive growth at Auckland Airport
19 Aug 2019   /

US passengers help drive growth at Auckland Airport

Total passenger numbers at Auckland Airport reached 21.1 million in the year to 30 June 2019, up 2.8% on the previous period, said the operator.


Cruise spend surges 28% to $570m
16 Aug 2019   /

Cruise spend surges 28% to $570m

Passenger numbers, vessel spend, voyages and port calls all jump in the year to June 2019.


NZ weekly hotel results to Aug 10: Auckland stuck in slow lane
16 Aug 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to Aug 10: Auckland stuck in slow lane

Auckland’s hoteliers are feeling the heat as ADR and RevPAR continue to drag 2018’s results.


Stats NZ: Foreign guest nights down for seventh month
15 Aug 2019   /

Stats NZ: Foreign guest nights down for seventh month

Stats NZ said that the drop coincides with a fall in visitor arrivals from Asia.


MBIE releases wish-list for CAM replacement
13 Aug 2019  

MBIE releases wish-list for CAM replacement

A new dataset that represents the entire accommodation sector, provides detail around the source country or regions of visitors, and uses an automatic data feed are on the wish-list for the new commercial accommodation monitor, according to a government update.


IVS tender shortlist interviews to be held
12 Aug 2019   /

IVS tender shortlist interviews to be held

Potential providers of the International Visitor Survey are expected to be interviewed this month after a closed was held in July.


Cellphone tracking could “revolutionise” tourism data – MBIE
12 Aug 2019   /

Cellphone tracking could “revolutionise” tourism data – MBIE

The ministry is now testing a new dataset comprised of mobile phone data from the country’s three main networks.


ASB: Dark clouds continue to gather for tourism
9 Aug 2019   /

ASB: Dark clouds continue to gather for tourism

Chinese and Asian visitor growth to New Zealand look set for further falls this year, says ASB Bank.


NZ weekly hotel results to Aug 3: Midwinter softens for Queenstown
9 Aug 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to Aug 3: Midwinter softens for Queenstown

After a good start to the winter ski season for Queenstown’s hotel market in June, ADR and RevPAR dipped in July compared to last year although occupancy for the month is tracking above 2018’s results.


NZ weekly hotel results to July 27: All Blacks test drives RevPAR up 40%
2 Aug 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to July 27: All Blacks test drives RevPAR up 40%

The All Blacks test against the Springboks in Wellington last Saturday boosted RevPAR in the capital’s hotel market by 39.8% for the week of 21-27 July 2019, according to STR.


Hotels, motels consents up 44% in June year
31 Jul 2019   /

Hotels, motels consents up 44% in June year

Building consents for hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation grew to 473 for the year to June 2019, up 44.3% on the previous 12 months.


Air NZ: Passenger numbers lift in June off Asia growth
29 Jul 2019   /

Air NZ: Passenger numbers lift in June off Asia growth

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HB Tourism: Region shines in June visitor spend report
29 Jul 2019   /

HB Tourism: Region shines in June visitor spend report

June spending by visitors to Hawke’s Bay grew at double the national average, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.


MRTEs: Tourism BOP leads June visitor spend growth
26 Jul 2019   / /

MRTEs: Tourism BOP leads June visitor spend growth

Tourism Bay of Plenty led month-on-month visitor spending growth for regional tourism organisations in June 2019, increasing 13% on the same month last year to reach $77m, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates. 


NZ weekly hotel results to 20 July: A good week for Wellington
26 Jul 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to 20 July: A good week for Wellington

As if on cue following Wellington City Council flagging a falling share of the tourism market, the capital had a good week to Saturday 20 July, reporting RevPAR up 13.9% to $125.51, according to STR.


Queenstown Airport: A bumper start to winter
25 Jul 2019   /

Queenstown Airport: A bumper start to winter

International passenger movements at Queenstown Airport increased to 43,892 in June, up 12% compared to the same month last year.


Stats NZ: International arrivals dip again in June
25 Jul 2019   /

Stats NZ: International arrivals dip again in June

It is the second successive month of falls following a drop in May.


Christchurch Airport: China arrivals jump 27% in May
19 Jul 2019   /

Christchurch Airport: China arrivals jump 27% in May

Arrivals from China at Christchurch Airport grew by 26.6% in May, according to the operator.


NZ weekly hotel results to 13 July: Christchurch comes down with a bump
19 Jul 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to 13 July: Christchurch comes down with a bump

Christchurch came off its super rugby-fuelled run with a bit of a bump last week, reporting falls across occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week to Saturday 13 July.


May visitor arrivals fall as China, India markets slump
16 Jul 2019   /

May visitor arrivals fall as China, India markets slump

Indonesia was a rare bright spot with month-on-month growth jumping by 90.5%


Stats NZ: International guest nights continue to fall
15 Jul 2019   /

Stats NZ: International guest nights continue to fall

International guest nights fell to 970,000 in May, down 7.4% on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ’s latest accommodation survey.


NZ weekly hotel results to 6 July: Auckland drags national market
12 Jul 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to 6 July: Auckland drags national market

Auckland continues to drag the national market down with another round of falls across occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week to Saturday 6 July.


NZ weekly hotel results to 29 June: A super bump for Christchurch
5 Jul 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to 29 June: A super bump for Christchurch

In partnership with global accommodation benchmarking company STR, the Ticker publishes a weekly update tracking the performance of New Zealand’s hotel sector. 


India arrivals suffer 20% decline in May
1 Jul 2019   /

India arrivals suffer 20% decline in May

It is the second consecutive month of double-digit falls in what was once touted as a hot market for NZ tourism.


NZ weekly hotel results to 22 June: A negative week for all
28 Jun 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to 22 June: A negative week for all

Falls across all three metrics in the four main tourism centres last week drove the national performance down with only two positive spots.


MBIE apologises to minister for handling of CAM canning
27 Jun 2019   /

MBIE apologises to minister for handling of CAM canning

Davis was unhappy with the lack of information over the ditching of the survey.


Stats minister James Shaw on the demise of the CAM
25 Jun 2019   /

Stats minister James Shaw on the demise of the CAM

Budget secrecy prevented Stats NZ from informing industry of the ending of the Accommodation Survey, says the minister of statistics James Shaw.


NZ weekly hotel results to 15 June: Auckland occupancy arrests slide
21 Jun 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results to 15 June: Auckland occupancy arrests slide

An occupancy rate in Auckland of 71.6% for the week ending Saturday 15 June managed to partly claw back a four-week slide for the city’s hotel sector.


QTR: China arrivals drop 9% over Q1 2019
21 Jun 2019  

QTR: China arrivals drop 9% over Q1 2019

However, the Christchurch terror attack does not appear to have affected tourism, says the report.


QAC: International passenger numbers up 8% in May
19 Jun 2019   /

QAC: International passenger numbers up 8% in May

Passenger movements at Queenstown Airport in May increased by 5% to 148,400, compared to the same month last year.


Auckland Airport: Australians drive April passenger growth
18 Jun 2019   /

Auckland Airport: Australians drive April passenger growth

Australian passenger movements at Auckland Airport increased by 16.7% to 76,500 in April, compared to the same month last year.


Tourism NZ cites external factors as top markets soften
18 Jun 2019  

Tourism NZ cites external factors as top markets soften

International holiday arrival numbers in four of NZ’s top six visitor markets are falling


Milford Sound visitor growth slows, but still up 83% since 2015
18 Jun 2019   /

Milford Sound visitor growth slows, but still up 83% since 2015

Milford Sound visitor numbers grew 2.14% to 882,296 in the year to March 2019, according to Milford Sound Tourism.


Easter sees domestic guest nights jump 14% in April
18 Jun 2019   /

Easter sees domestic guest nights jump 14% in April

Domestic visitors on Easter holiday helped drive April commercial guest nights up 5.1% to 3.6 million compared to the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.


NZ weekly hotel results: A winter bump for Queenstown
14 Jun 2019   /

NZ weekly hotel results: A winter bump for Queenstown

Queenstown’s hotel sector received a winter lift in occupancy, ADR and RevPar for the week ending Saturday 8 June, according to the latest data from STR.


April rebound in visitor numbers with Easter bump
13 Jun 2019   /

April rebound in visitor numbers with Easter bump

International visitor arrivals to New Zealand in April 2019 grew by 8.3% to 307,409, compared to the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.


MBIE puts call out to private sector to improve CAM
12 Jun 2019   /

MBIE puts call out to private sector to improve CAM

The ministry outlines the major gaps it wants filled in a new, improved accommodation survey.


Accommodation sharing research “little value” without full data suite
12 Jun 2019   /

Accommodation sharing research “little value” without full data suite

Experimental government research that has unveiled the value of New Zealand’s peer-to-peer accommodation sector has been welcomed as “helpful”, but risks having limited value, says the TIA.


Unveiled: The value of NZ’s accommodation sharing sector
11 Jun 2019   /

Unveiled: The value of NZ’s accommodation sharing sector

An experimental study puts a value on the activity dominated by providers like Airbnb, Bookabach and Bachcare.


Govt tourism insight: A state of flux
10 Jun 2019  

Govt tourism insight: A state of flux

The canning of the Accommodation Survey is another sign of the govt’s tourism data offering being reshaped, writes the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.


Minister weighs in on tourism data debacle
7 Jun 2019   /

Minister weighs in on tourism data debacle

Tourism minister Kelvin Davis has called a meeting with industry stakeholders to address the future of crucial tourism data following the demise of the monthly commercial accommodation survey.


NZ hotel results: A capital picture for Wellington
7 Jun 2019   /

NZ hotel results: A capital picture for Wellington

Wellington’s hotel sector reported a strong increase in RevPAR, a good bump in ADR and solid growth in occupancy for the week ending Saturday 1 June, according to the latest data from STR.


The CAM’s canned – what next for accommodation insight?
6 Jun 2019   /

The CAM’s canned – what next for accommodation insight?

Could a new dataset using cellphone tracking help inform an enhanced accommodation survey?


Industry “shocked, devastated” at CAM demise
5 Jun 2019   /

Industry “shocked, devastated” at CAM demise

Stats NZ is pulling its monthly survey of hotels, motels, backpackers and holiday parks.


March BEAS: Strong results across the board
5 Jun 2019   /

March BEAS: Strong results across the board

NZ’s $558m business events sector showed an increase in events, delegates and delegate days for the year to March.


Last BEDS uncovers error in historical delegate data
5 Jun 2019   /

Last BEDS uncovers error in historical delegate data

In its final Business Events Delegate Survey, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has uncovered an error in historical delegate number totals which meant local and domestic delegate numbers have been over-represented in past reports.


“No wriggle room” on business events research solution – Sullivan
31 May 2019   /

“No wriggle room” on business events research solution – Sullivan

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IVS: Smaller Asian markets drive spending growth
24 May 2019   /

IVS: Smaller Asian markets drive spending growth

Most of the country’s major markets reported falls or low growth over the March year.


International arrival numbers rebound in April
23 May 2019   /

International arrival numbers rebound in April

UK, Australian visitors surge as Easter and school holidays push growth into double figures.