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Confidence in the sector is the highest it has been since the pandemic, says HPNZ.
It is the latest in a series of extreme weather events to impact tourism operators.
Holiday Parks New Zealand is encouraging people to make the most of the long weekends ahead to revitalise their summer breaks, as well as local parks and communities.
Some regions such as Coromandel saw visitor numbers rebound before holiday parks had even dried out.
No one can understate how tough it’s been on people, says the holiday park association’s chief executive.
New Zealand holiday parks generate average annual income of $1.15m each with larger properties earning more than double that, according to a sample of the industry.
Holiday parks have seen certification decline, prompting fears they may be missing out on valuable TNZ activities.
In his final address as president of HPNZ, David Aflallo says the holiday park industry’s ability to adapt, listen and rebuild will propel it through the recovery.
HPNZ’s Colleen Ives is presented the Outstanding Service to the Holiday Park Industry award.
The tourism minister says the industry should apply for the new $54m innovation fund and suggests a project he would be happy to support.
Holiday Parks New Zealand has revealed its ten finalists for the industry’s prestigious Spirit of Hospitality Award 2022.
Holiday parks hosted more than 7.1 million guest nights for the year ending May 2022, exceeding the number of nights spent in the country’s hotels, backpackers, and lodges.
Hot pools and winter experiences are strong marketing opportunities for holiday parks.
Kiwi holidaymakers have helped keep guest nights up at pre-Covid levels for holiday parks’ busiest month, says Holiday Parks New Zealand.
Holiday parks are raring to go, albeit with a couple of Covid-induced nerves.
Holiday Parks New Zealand chief executive Fergus Brown, recently diagnosed with inoperable cancer, has a message for all the men in tourism.
But the industry body stopped short of calling on its circa 300 holiday park members to mandate vaccination for all visitors and staff.
Tackling freedom camping is an issue long overdue for workable solutions, according to industry leaders.
The tourism industry is overly reliant on government, subservient to political change, and has no strong unified direction, says former Tourism New Zealand boss George Hickton.
Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat scooped top prize at the Holiday Park NZ 2021 Awards held in Blenheim last night.
International tourism spend could still be below $4bn by 2024, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s boss.
Business confidence in NZ’s holiday park sector is running close to pre-Covid levels.
The two-day 2021 Holiday Parks New Zealand conference and trade exhibition kicks off this morning in Blenheim.
Trade expo event to be held at the Marlborough Events Centre in Blenheim on 4-5 August.
Holiday parks had not escaped the impacts of Covid but are surviving due to a strong domestic base.
All Seasons Holiday Park Rotorua has won the Spirit of Hospitality Award at the 2020 Holiday Parks Awards.
The money should be spent helping operators survive the pandemic, says an industry group.
Many regions reported takings on par with previous years for the same weekend, despite few international visitors remaining in the country.
Freedom camping sites should not be allowed to reopen at Covid-19 alert level 2, says Holiday Parks New Zealand.
The winner of the Marsh Tourism Industry Champion Award takes a look at this year’s challenges and achievements.
The increasing amount of holiday park dollars spent in local communities across the country has been highlighted in a new report into regional business expenditure.
The $1.1bn holiday park sector is playing its part in the electric vehicle revolution having installed a network of chargers to support visitors opting for environmentally sustainable travel.
Australian holiday park giant, Belgravia Health & Leisure Group, is to take over the management of council-owned Mawley Holiday Park in Masterton.
The industry is being challenged by cruise in Australia and NZ could be about to follow.
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The govt is considering changes to the way it engages with industry, says MBIE tourism boss Iain Cossar.
Himatangi Beach Holiday Park has won the top gong at the Holiday Park NZ 2018 Awards held in Hamilton last night.
The winners from last night’s Holiday Parks NZ 2018 Awards held at Hamilton.
NZ First’s Fletcher Tabuteau says decisions will be taken with operators in mind.
Visitors have delivered the highest number of guest nights in five of the country’s regions.
Five North Island holiday parks have been named finalists in the AA Traveller Spirit of Hospitality Award for 2018.
Peter Crawford of Fitzroy Beach Holiday Park has been awarded the 2018 Holiday Parks ePay Emerging Star Award.
Holiday Parks now host more than eight million guest nights per year making them vital in driving sustainable regional tourism growth, says Holiday Parks New Zealand.
New Zealand’s holiday parks are more popular than ever but Kiwi holidaymakers should still be able to find room in all but the most popular destinations.
Top 10 Holiday Park at Hot Water Beach has been recognised for its major contribution to tourism and hospitality on the Coromandel winning the tourism and hospitality section at the recent Hauraki Coromandel Business Award.
The crucial role played by social media and digital marketing to encourage visitors to your holiday park has been underlined by new Australian research.
New Zealand holiday park franchise co-ops could be in for a tough time if the sector experiences the same structural changes that have swept Australia.
Tourism Minister Paula Bennett has moved to address concerns from holiday park owners about proposed freedom camping rules and future infrastructure.
The annual Holiday Parks Association New Zealand kicks off in earnest today in Dunedin with around 230 delegates set to attend the event.
Kiwi Holiday Parks is getting a new name to reflect the evolution of their parks and the wider range of accommodation types on offer.
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