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The government is investing $8.2m in a five-year research programme that aims to create a technology-supported ‘new tourism’ model for New Zealand.
Industry is being urged to help save tourism academia amid fears the ranks of researchers and lecturers are being decimated.
Geopolitical conflict and the cost of living are having an impact on decision-making and consumers’ travel readiness, new research from TNZ shows.
Tourism New Zealand is ending its domestic research work, leaving a hole in being able to see how Kiwis perceive travelling at home.
New Zealand research has uncovered a new way to track the path of rock and gas flows from volcanoes.
International consumers actively considering New Zealand as a destination are at an all-time high across key markets, according to new research from Tourism New Zealand.
Discover Waitomo and NIWA researchers have partnered to examine an invasion of koi carp and explore beneath the popular Waitomo Caves.
Stress, insufficient pay, poor work-life balance and a lack of better opportunities contribute to staff churn rates.
The Department of Conservation has identified two ‘types’ of visitors – those who spectate nature and those who participate in it.
Touristification creates a tourism-led rent gap in high-density locales and a conflicts-led negative rent gap in low-density neighbourhoods.
The sector has an opportunity to cultivate a fresh NZ story to attract Australians across the ditch.
A new tourism publication that will publish peer-reviewed research into the sustainability of tourism has launched.
Specific volcano traits could form the basis of a new eruption warning system.
Vertically integrating tourism with other industries can help reduce its vulnerability in future crises, according to new research.
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.
Victoria University is hosting a webinar exploring the future of tourism through the lens of science fiction.
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.
More than 232,000 jobs are dependent on New Zealand’s hospitality sector, 137,000 of them directly, according to a new report.
Covid has changed how the country is perceived, according to new research.
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.
Queenstown Lakes, Central Otago and Auckland are funding the hunt for an answer to the question puzzling industry.
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.
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.
Seismic mapping of the bed of Lake Wānaka has provided further evidence of a likely active fault at the popular destination.
Operators now wanted to leave behind an industry that focused too much on the dollar, shows research from TNZ.
Operators need to deepen the standard issue international experience to keep the domestic market interested, according to Tourism New Zealand research.
New research into perceptions of tourism and an Australia update are the focus of Tourism New Zealand’s first industry webinars of the year.
Tourism management students at Victoria and Otago universities remain positive despite Covid-19 and believe it may even provide new opportunities.
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 University’s Professor Regina Scheyvens has been awarded a James Cook Research Fellowship.
Tourism vouchers linked to the Covid tracer app and ‘Great Drives of NZ’ touring routes are among recommendations in a new study.
Angus & Associates reveals what New Zealanders want to see from their local tourism industry.
However, the impact of the pandemic on visitor numbers would give way to more standard levels of growth by 2031.
The Ruapehu region is rising in popularity as a destination, according to recent research by Kantar.
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.
Marlborough District Council will undertake a new redevelopment study on the future of Waitohi/Picton.
Electric cars could help the tourism industry improve its impacts on local communities and environments, according to a Lincoln University researcher.
Senior NZIER economist Peter Clough said the future of tourism should be “green and local”.
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.
RTO campaigns should focus on shared experiences or the nostalgic return to a favourite place, according to new data.
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.
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.
The Environmental Defence Society is supporting calls for a reset of the tourism industry to better protect the environment.
The industry is failing to adapt to the consequences, says the new research.
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The environment commissioner is right to be concerned over the impact of tourism on the environment, experts say.
A new study has been launched in a bid to improve understanding of the health risk of swimming in rivers.
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.
Auckland has made research company Euromonitor International’s list of top 100 city destinations.
Tourism NZ is investing $200k to find out how climate consciousness is affecting traveller choices.