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Eight Nelson tourism and hospitality businesses have joined forces to promote the popular Tāhunanui Beach as a visitor destination this summer.
Nelson Regional Development Agency has launched a new campaign to attract more visitors this spring, particularly families over the September and October school holidays.
Nelson Tasman businesses are feeling more confident than the national average when it comes to their prospects, according to an annual Insights Business Survey.
The Nelson Tasman tourism sector is seeing increases in visitor expenditure and guests nights, although growth remains tempered.
Nelson Regional Development Agency has launched another 20,000 maps with themed journeys to attract visitors to the region.
Abel Tasman operators have teamed up to create a bus service linking Abel Tasman with Nelson and Motueka.
The NZ Antique & Classic Boatshow is returning to Lake Rotoiti in the Nelson Lakes National Park next year.
A new visitor fee, a commitment to zero carbon, and operator co-operation are part of an initiative to improve the coastal village of Mārahau on the edge of Abel Tasman National Park.
Nelson Tasman hospitality, tourism, events and retail businesses are getting behind a new game encouraging locals and visitors to explore their own backyards.
Nine Abel Tasman tourism businesses are involved in a new regenerative tourism initiative that aims to support the village of Mārahau and the region.
Nelson Regional Development Agency is closing its i-SITE in the city for up to two years as it reviews the facility.
Nelson Regional Development Agency has launched its One Hundred Ways domestic campaign designed to showcase the diversity of experiences on offer in Nelson Tasman.
Events, sustainability and culture are some of the key areas of focus, says NRDA’s new boss, Fiona Wilson.