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Collaboration between the i-SITE Visitor Information Network and the Department of Conservation has stepped up a notch in Rotorua with the opening of a new DOC visitor information hub in the tourism hotspot’s central i-SITE.
The conversion of Ashburton’s former i-SITE building into a new information and tourism hub is looking likely after positive progress was reported by the district council.
The event will bring more than 100 i-SITE owners and staff from across the country to the region for five days in September next year.
Tourism may be booming but the i-SITE network is not seeing it in sales.
Centres in Auckland, Rotorua, Palmerston North and Matamata have been recognised.
The i-SITE Visitor Information Network and Department of Conservation have held a workshop in Auckland to discuss further collaboration.
Christchurch’s Guthrey Tourism has pushed north with the acquisition of three i-SITES in Auckland in a move that also complements its purchase of online holiday company Relaxing Journeys.
Real Journeys is ensuring visitors to the Te Anau Glowworm Caves, Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound enjoy a remarkable experience every step of the way, with the official opening of its new visitor centre in Te Anau.
Experience Mid Canterbury has decided to close its Ashburton i-SITE, saving the tourism organisation around $100,000 in costs.
Innovation, enterprise, and conviviality were celebrated last week at the 2017 i-SITE Visitor Information Network Conference in Ruapehu.
The Christchurch i-SITE’s successful move into the restored Arts Centre has seen the visitor centre win at the i-SITE network’s annual conference this year.
Ruapehu’s tourism and visitor sector is anticipating a big jump in interest following the success of the National i-SITE Visitor Information Network Conference.
Visitors to Auckland’s new i-SITE and Department of Conservation Visitor Information Centre are set to get star treatment with a team of consultants providing a personalised, insider’s guide to New Zealand.
Ruapehu District Council and the National Army Museum in Waiouru have signed-off on arrangements for operating an official i-SITE visitor information centre within the Museum as part of the $2.5 million redevelopment of its entranceway.
Ruapehu Council has deemed the nine-month trial of an i-SITE at the Department of Conservation (DoC) Visitor Centre at Whakapapa a success and voted to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with DoC to continue its operation for another three years.