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Visitors to Wellington can experience extended reality through their mobile devices and see a new virtual sculpture hovering above the harbour.
The government’s Digital Boost platform has added 60 new tourism and hospitality videos to its website to help businesses in the industry learn more about digital tools to aid productivity and efficiency.
Visitors to Hamilton’s parks and urban nature walks will soon be able to use app-based technology to learn more about biodiversity.
Air New Zealand is supporting the world of virtual reality for a new photo exhibition in the Metaverse.
Destination Hauraki Coromandel is soon to launch a redesigned thecoromandel.com website for visitors to the region.
Auckland War Memorial Museum is marking 25 years of its online Cenotaph initiative, which captures the history and stories of those who served in the New Zealand military.
A virtual tour of the Sir Ed Hillary Walkway Tour in Ōtorohanga is now available for people who are not able to visit in person, or those who want to have a sneak peek before their journey.
Tomahawk has celebrated the milestone of delivering 100 new websites for tourism customers in 18 months.
Auckland Live’s Cabaret Season is going virtual this year to bring the Virtual Wintergarden to arts lovers around the country from 14 – 25 September.
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Maverick has worked with RTOs to drive sales to regional operators and is also involved in the Qualmark Digital Enablement programme.
In the first of a series of profiles leading up to the 2021 NZ Tourism Awards, the Ticker talks to NZ Nature Highlights.
Online tourism and hospitality marketing platform Try Local is offering free listings to operators due to the ongoing impacts of Covid.
The Waitaki region has a new virtual hub providing free images of the region, which local operators can use to promote tours, accommodation or other services.
More and more Kiwi operators are going virtual to find new markets.
Tourism New Zealand has created its own online hub for operators to offer consumers experiences as gifts.
An initiative by Dark Sky Project to bring people in lockdown together for an online stargazing tour was so popular that the astro-tourism attraction is making it a monthly event.
Tourism operators in the New Zealand tourism industry are getting a new platform to showcase their wares, connect with buyers abroad, and provide product updates and hold virtual meetings.
Runners, walkers, cyclists and international competitors have been invited to take part in a virtual race that runs the length of New Zealand.
A new specialised website has been launched by TrueNZ Guides to promote 120 bed and breakfast outlets from around New Zealand for when the country moves into alert level 2.
Queenstown-based Appellation Wine Tours will get a free website after winning a competition run by tourism marketing agency Maverick Digital.
Waikato Museum has launched a new website experience for visitors keen to try their hand at creating an online exhibition using images of items from the Museum’s collection.