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Spectate or participate? DOC research examines visitor relationships with nature
22 Sep 2022   /

Spectate or participate? DOC research examines visitor relationships with nature

The Department of Conservation has identified two ‘types’ of visitors – those who spectate nature and those who participate in it.


Tackling rent ‘touristification’: NZ research calls for zoning laws to mitigate Airbnb
8 Sep 2022   /

Tackling rent ‘touristification’: NZ research calls for zoning laws to mitigate Airbnb

Touristification creates a tourism-led rent gap in high-density locales and a conflicts-led negative rent gap in low-density neighbourhoods.


What Australians think of NZ tourism
2 Aug 2022   /

What Australians think of NZ tourism

The sector has an opportunity to cultivate a fresh NZ story to attract Australians across the ditch.


New sustainable tourism research title launches
20 May 2022  

New sustainable tourism research title launches

A new tourism publication that will publish peer-reviewed research into the sustainability of tourism has launched.


Could new research help predict eruptions on Whakaari White Island?
21 Apr 2022   /

Could new research help predict eruptions on Whakaari White Island?

Specific volcano traits could form the basis of a new eruption warning system.


Vertical integration could reduce tourism shock in crises – study
12 Apr 2022   /

Vertical integration could reduce tourism shock in crises – study

Vertically integrating tourism with other industries can help reduce its vulnerability in future crises, according to new research.


Impacts of tourism on nature wins DOC scholarship
18 Mar 2022   /

Impacts of tourism on nature wins DOC scholarship

Research into the impacts of tourism on nature has been selected as one of this year’s Te Papa Atawhai Postgraduate Scholarship from the Department of Conservation.


Future of tourism through sci-fi lens explored
10 Mar 2022  

Future of tourism through sci-fi lens explored

Victoria University is hosting a webinar exploring the future of tourism through the lens of science fiction.


Research: Covid’s impact on marine ecotourism operators
16 Dec 2021   /

Research: Covid’s impact on marine ecotourism operators

Only 11% of New Zealand’s marine ecotourism operators saw an increase in revenue in the year to May 2021, according to a new report from the Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge.


Hospo contributes 137k direct jobs, $6.8b in GDP
2 Dec 2021   /

Hospo contributes 137k direct jobs, $6.8b in GDP

More than 232,000 jobs are dependent on New Zealand’s hospitality sector, 137,000 of them directly, according to a new report.


How the world now views destination NZ – not just a pretty place
4 Nov 2021   /

How the world now views destination NZ – not just a pretty place

Covid has changed how the country is perceived, according to new research.


Reducing tourist numbers could hurt food exports – report
27 Oct 2021   /

Reducing tourist numbers could hurt food exports – report

Any government move to reduce international visitor numbers post-Covid to concentrate on higher spending arrivals could impact the cost of Kiwi food exports, according to a new study.


What’s the lifetime value of a visitor? The call goes out for an answer
10 Sep 2021   /

What’s the lifetime value of a visitor? The call goes out for an answer

Queenstown Lakes, Central Otago and Auckland are funding the hunt for an answer to the question puzzling industry.


Digital use to grow as more travel alone – Venture Taranaki
7 Jul 2021  

Digital use to grow as more travel alone – Venture Taranaki

The use of personalised virtual assistants and digital tools will grow as more people travel alone in the future, according to research from Venture Taranaki.


Tourism woes cut US$4tr to global economy
5 Jul 2021  

Tourism woes cut US$4tr to global economy

The crash in international tourism due to the pandemic may cause around US$4tr in damage to the global economy over 2020 and 2021, says a UN report.


Fault mapping raises tsunami hazard for Wānaka
26 Feb 2021  

Fault mapping raises tsunami hazard for Wānaka

Seismic mapping of the bed of Lake Wānaka has provided further evidence of a likely active fault at the popular destination.


Tourism boom led to focus on profits over quality – research
29 Jan 2021   /

Tourism boom led to focus on profits over quality – research

Operators now wanted to leave behind an industry that focused too much on the dollar, shows research from TNZ.


Operators need “value for experience” shift for domestics – TNZ
28 Jan 2021   /

Operators need “value for experience” shift for domestics – TNZ

Operators need to deepen the standard issue international experience to keep the domestic market interested, according to Tourism New Zealand research.


Tourism NZ to unveil research into tourism perceptions
19 Jan 2021   /

Tourism NZ to unveil research into tourism perceptions

New research into perceptions of tourism and an Australia update are the focus of Tourism New Zealand’s first industry webinars of the year.


Research: Tourism students eye silver linings in Covid disruption
10 Dec 2020  

Research: Tourism students eye silver linings in Covid disruption

Tourism management students at Victoria and Otago universities remain positive despite Covid-19 and believe it may even provide new opportunities.


More Kiwis head for the hills following lockdown – survey
5 Nov 2020   /

More Kiwis head for the hills following lockdown – survey

The initial findings of a survey carried out for Walking Access Aotearoa are good news for commercial tourism operators according to its lead researcher.


Massey’s Scheyvens awarded $100k fellowship for tourism study
30 Oct 2020  

Massey’s Scheyvens awarded $100k fellowship for tourism study

Massey University’s Professor Regina Scheyvens has been awarded a James Cook Research Fellowship.


Fresh thinking: What next for NZ tourism?
28 Oct 2020  

Fresh thinking: What next for NZ tourism?

Tourism vouchers linked to the Covid tracer app and ‘Great Drives of NZ’ touring routes are among recommendations in a new study.


What Kiwis want from the tourism sector – survey
13 Oct 2020  

What Kiwis want from the tourism sector – survey

Angus & Associates reveals what New Zealanders want to see from their local tourism industry.


Queenstown Lakes slashes 2021 visitor number projections
26 Aug 2020   /

Queenstown Lakes slashes 2021 visitor number projections

However, the impact of the pandemic on visitor numbers would give way to more standard levels of growth by 2031.


Ruapehu rising as holiday destination for Kiwis – research
5 Aug 2020  

Ruapehu rising as holiday destination for Kiwis – research

The Ruapehu region is rising in popularity as a destination, according to recent research by Kantar.


Human greenhouse emissions melting NZ glaciers – study
5 Aug 2020   /

Human greenhouse emissions melting NZ glaciers – study

Researchers from Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington’s Antarctic Research Centre say there is a strong link between human greenhouse gas emissions and increased melting of glaciers.


Future of Picton in spotlight with new study
24 Jun 2020   /

Future of Picton in spotlight with new study

Marlborough District Council will undertake a new redevelopment study on the future of Waitohi/Picton.


Research into EVs in tourism launched
11 Jun 2020   /

Research into EVs in tourism launched

Electric cars could help the tourism industry improve its impacts on local communities and environments, according to a Lincoln University researcher.


Future of tourism should be ‘green and local’ – NZIER
10 Jun 2020   /

Future of tourism should be ‘green and local’ – NZIER

Senior NZIER economist Peter Clough said the future of tourism should be “green and local”.


Queenstown Lakes to suffer nearly 8000 job losses – report
5 Jun 2020   /

Queenstown Lakes to suffer nearly 8000 job losses – report

Economic activity will contract by 23.3% in the Queenstown Lakes region resulting in almost 8000 job losses, according to a new report commissioned by the council.


Research: What Kiwis want to do in their own backyard
26 May 2020   /

Research: What Kiwis want to do in their own backyard

RTO campaigns should focus on shared experiences or the nostalgic return to a favourite place, according to new data.


Bay of Plenty to escape the worst of Covid-19 impacts – report
20 May 2020   /

Bay of Plenty to escape the worst of Covid-19 impacts – report

The Covid-19 crisis may not have as severe an impact on the Bay of Plenty as other parts of New Zealand, says the Bay of Plenty Regional Council.


Top researchers to explore tourism in a post-Covid-19 world
7 May 2020   /

Top researchers to explore tourism in a post-Covid-19 world

Victoria University of Wellington is bringing together three of Australasia’s top tourism academics to discuss how tourist behaviour will change in a post-Covid-19 world.


EDS: Tourism reset must consider environment
30 Apr 2020   /

EDS: Tourism reset must consider environment

The Environmental Defence Society is supporting calls for a reset of the tourism industry to better protect the environment.


Climate change “potentially devastating” for NZ tourism – report
27 Feb 2020   /

Climate change “potentially devastating” for NZ tourism – report

The industry is failing to adapt to the consequences, says the new research.


Mood of the Nation: Tourism concerns ease
16 Jan 2020   /

Mood of the Nation: Tourism concerns ease

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PCE Report: The experts weigh in
19 Dec 2019   /

PCE Report: The experts weigh in

The environment commissioner is right to be concerned over the impact of tourism on the environment, experts say.


Study to look into health risk of swimming in NZ rivers
19 Dec 2019   /

Study to look into health risk of swimming in NZ rivers

A new study has been launched in a bid to improve understanding of the health risk of swimming in rivers.


State of the Industry: Compliance, costs, competition concerns
6 Dec 2019   /

State of the Industry: Compliance, costs, competition concerns

Onerous compliance requirements and costs, increased domestic competition and growing global uncertainty have emerged as top concerns for New Zealand’s $39bn tourism industry, according to the latest State of the Industry report.


Report: The world’s top 100 city destinations – where does Auckland rank?
4 Dec 2019  

Report: The world’s top 100 city destinations – where does Auckland rank?

Auckland has made research company Euromonitor International’s list of top 100 city destinations.


Govt, industry commit $870k to climate change study
3 Dec 2019   /

Govt, industry commit $870k to climate change study

Tourism NZ is investing $200k to find out how climate consciousness is affecting traveller choices.


Use IVL to support tourism research – TIA
19 Nov 2019   / /

Use IVL to support tourism research – TIA

Tourism Industry Aotearoa is proposing a portion of the International Visitor Levy is assigned to the tourism industry to seed the establishment of industry-led research capacity and capability.


Views on Tourism: What do NZers think the industry can do better?
17 Oct 2019  

Views on Tourism: What do NZers think the industry can do better?

New Zealanders would like to see the tourism industry take more action to protect the natural environment, improve road safety and reduce its impact on housing availability.


Kiwis’ favourite NZ road trip revealed
9 Oct 2019   /

Kiwis’ favourite NZ road trip revealed

New research from Budget NZ has revealed Kiwis are avid road trippers, with 62% doing a roadie within New Zealand in the past year.


Domestic visitor survey: Were expectations exceeded?
30 Sep 2019  

Domestic visitor survey: Were expectations exceeded?

The tourism industry continues to deliver for the all-important domestic market, with the trend for strong satisfaction ratings from New Zealand domestic leisure travellers continuing in the latest Tourism Industry Aotearoa research.


New Māori tourism sector capability assessment launched
14 Aug 2019   /

New Māori tourism sector capability assessment launched

New Zealand Māori Tourism, in conjunction with Te Puni Kōkiri and Poutama Trust, has launched the first capability assessment of the Māori tourism sector since 2014.


Operators fund $100k whale and dolphin research
31 Jul 2019   /

Operators fund $100k whale and dolphin research

Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari and Dolphin Planet have provided the money.


Disconnect between green values and practices threatens tourism
9 Jul 2019   /

Disconnect between green values and practices threatens tourism

A new study into Canterbury’s international visitor market has highlighted the implications of ignoring tourist perceptions of sustainability for New Zealand’s $39bn tourism industry.


Global cities report highlights Destination AKL 2025
13 Jun 2019  

Global cities report highlights Destination AKL 2025

ATEED’s destination management strategy is cited in a major study on how cities can cope with tourism growth.