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Rotorua’s i-SITEs are the first in the country to assign staff members as responsible camping ambassadors, says Destination Rotorua.
New initiatives, major events and booming cruise all contributed to significant gains.
Hamilton’s i-SITE moves to its new location in ArtsPost next week.
The event will bring the owners and staff from the network of 77 full member visitor centres across the country to Southland next year.
Rotorua, Lake Wanaka and Matamata jointly led the field at this year’s 2018 visitor network awards securing two gongs apiece.
A tough year for the i-SITE network saw closures, falling visitor numbers and sluggish sales.
Tokoroa’s i-SITE is set to permanently close its doors on Friday 27 September.
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.