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Real Journeys has opened the first $1.5m phase of a new staff village at its popular Walter Peak farm tourism attraction, as the group keeps the door open for further developments across its Queenstown operation.
Real Journeys is taking applications for its Cruise-for-a-Cause fundraiser for 2020.
Real Journey’s Go Orange has been named as one of the country’s fastest growing regional business as part of Deloitte’s annual Fast 50 awards.
This year’s annual Cruise-for-a-Cause recipients, the KidsCan Charitable Trust and Wanaka Search & Rescue are both off to swift start with their fundraising efforts.
Queenstown’s Real Journeys has appointed Ciara Craig its new marketing manager.
Real Journeys cancelled an 8am sailing of its Doubtful Sound cruise today but further trips are operating normally following a slip that trapped 339 tourists yesterday.
Real Journeys’ TSS Earnslaw, Dunedin’s Larnach Castle, and the Otago Central Rail Trail are among 12 Otago sites recognised for their landmark heritage.
Queenstown’s 105-year-old steamship TSS Earnslaw, was today recognised as one of 12 significant Otago landmark heritage sites.
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.
Appointments have been made for three key senior roles at Real Journeys. Carmen White will become the new Director of Sales, Hannah Ballantyne is now Chief Financial Officer and Brenden Winder will become the company’s first Group Environmental Health & Safety Manager.
Real Journeys is stepping up to become the principle sponsor of the Queenstown Winter Festival.
After an extensive search for the right candidate, adventure tourism company Go Orange welcomes former Real Journeys Queenstown operations manager Luke Taylor as its General Manager.
The annual Real Journeys Cruise-for-a-Cause to Milford and Doubtful Sounds has raised a total of $43,700 for Forest & Bird and the Cancer Society (Otago and Southland Division).
Real Journeys Chief Executive Richard Lauder says he is delighted the tourism company has been named the Supreme Winner at the Diversity Awards NZ as well as winning the Tomorrow’s Workforce Award.
Real Journeys’ training initiative utilising the experience of its aging workers to provide exceptional learning opportunities for young people has won the top prize at the 20th Diversity Awards New Zealand.
Real Journeys lavish sold-out Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball has raised over $100,000 to help bring back the birds to the Wakatipu.
Real Journeys has restructured its business to create two distinct tourism companies.
Real Journeys is embarking on an extensive development programme which will see it pump millions into its major attractions.
Is Queenstown mayor Jim Boult’s recent appointment to chairman of one of the region’s most prominent tourism companies, Real Journeys, a conflict of interest?
Real Journeys’ latest Queenstown attraction carries visitors on one of the oldest forms of transport, the 104–year old TSS Earnslaw steamship, to one of the latest: the Ubco electric trail bike.