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Tourism New Zealand has launched its first collaborative ‘ski New Zealand’ campaign with a $900,000 effort to lure Australians to the country’s top three ski regions.
Visitors to New Zealand’s ski slopes grew on average 5% over the past four years to reach 1.6 million in 2017, according to the Ski Areas Association of New Zealand (SAANZ).
New Zealand’s ski industry could benefit from climate change in the short term but would suffer from its long term effects as would attractions such as the country’s glaciers, according to a new report.
Mt Hutt ski field, The Rees and Eichardt’s hotels in Queenstown, and Wanaka’s Whare Kea Lodge & Chalet have been recognised as New Zealand’s best at the 2017 World Ski Awards.
August was a boom month for holidaymakers coming to New Zealand according to the latest International Travel and Migration figures.
Ruapehu Mayor Don Cameron said that public reaction to Taupo using snow and skiing images to promote Taupo as a tourism destination was another example of why maintaining investment into Visit Ruapehu was so important.
Treble Cone is proud to announce that a new snowmaking system will be in place for the 2017 season.
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Cardona Alpine Resort is on track to complete $15m of developments in time for the winter season.
A plan to transform the Taupō District into New Zealand’s premier ski destination has gained full support from Taupō District Council who approved $100k of funding.