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Great South has launched an online survey seeking community feedback from residents about their views on tourism.
Kiwis are approaching the summer with a sense of optimism and a keen instinct to explore the outdoors for up to 14.5 hours every week, according to a new survey by PureProfile for Kathmandu.
But international active considerer preference for NZ surges to a six-year high, driven by US and China.
The Tourism Data Leadership Group is seeking feedback about the way tourism data and insight is leveraged by users.
Young Tourism Export Council of New Zealand has launched a new survey aimed at young professionals, students and future leaders to have their say on the direction of the industry.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is inviting businesses to participate in the second Workforce and Industry Readiness survey.
Plans by Kiwis to spend on both domestic and international travel remain firm but hospitality is suffering.
Kiwis are as keen as ever to travel at home despite international trips becoming easier, with a new report highlighting their top experiences and activities preferences.
Businesses suffering increased wage, fuel, and supply chain cost hikes, as well as staff shortages, are increasing their prices to ease pressure on their revenues and profitability, the Auckland Business Chamber’s latest confidence survey shows.
People are generally cutting their overall expenditure but the desire to travel is still strong, says a survey.
More than half of industry respondents lack confidence they can attract and retain the required staff.
Cost, safety and convenience are the top three considerations for Kiwis looking to book international travel in the next year, according to a new Booking.com analysis.
Go with Tourism has created a survey to understand what impact its organisation has had on people working in the tourism and hospitality industries.
Staff in tourism and hospitality are being encouraged to share their voices about what it is really like working in the industry.
More than 900,000 adults are planning an overseas holiday in the next 12 months, equating to 23% of the adult population, according to Horizon Research data.
Kiwis are planning to spend more on both domestic and international tourism in the 3-6 months ahead.
1News Kantar’s public poll shows a majority of people believe it’s time to open our borders to international visitors.
MBIE’s tourism policy team has commissioned an evaluation of the tourism targetted packages created in 2020 and 2021.
Plans to spend on domestic tourism and hospo have collapsed but international travel is on the rise.
The Omicron surge corresponds with a rapid increase in Kiwis’ appetite for a reopening of the border to international visitors, according to a survey by Angus & Associates.
Queenstown Lakes residents want more measures put in place to regulate the quantity of tourists into the district.
Only 5.6% of operators surveyed said they were doing okay or doing well, says TIA.
The emergence of Omicron has rattled confidence but the majority of New Zealanders still want the border reopened now.
Research from Westpac shows 51% of survey respondents are spending less on domestic holidays.
The proportion of people saying they intend travelling within the first six months of open borders fell to 23% in December from 29% in November.
New Zealanders are looking to spend their lockdown savings on experiences over products this summer, according to research commissioned by Mastercard.
A strong showing for Waikato in the latest Domestic Visitor Satisfaction research from Tourism Industry Aotearoa reflects the region’s appeal to domestic visitors, says Hamilton & Waikato Tourism.
More than half of respondents say their expectations were exceeded on their last leisure trip.
Around 64% of New Zealanders agree they will say ‘yes’ to any vacation opportunity in the next 12-24 months, if their budget allows.
The number of people planning to spend more on a domestic holiday in the next three to six months has risen to around 25% in November.
A recent survey conducted by Flight Centre New Zealand shows 88% of respondents see themselves travelling overseas in the next year.
Kiwis intend to take a longer holiday break this year, according to a poll by Frog Recruitment.
A survey of New Zealanders and essential workers who returned to the country between 1 August 2020 and 1 April 2021 for a period of longer than three months shows family-related or compassionate reasons ranked top.
An international survey shows that 66% of adults agree that social and mental wellbeing was negatively impacted by the closure of hospitality venues, says Hospitality New Zealand.
The number of people planning to spend more on a domestic holiday in the next three to six months over the key summer period remains steady at 20% in October, according to former Bank of New Zealand chief economist Tony Alexander.
A new survey shows New Zealand businesses are stressed and anxious about lockdowns, low earnings, and uncertainty.
Tourism and hospitality dependent regions reported falling confidence in the latest Westpac McDermott Miller Consumer Confidence Survey.
New Zealanders are among the most likely worldwide to take short trips in light of Covid and ongoing travel restrictions, according to Agoda’s Travel in 2021 survey.
The proportion of people who want to spend more on an upcoming holiday has dropped.
The impact of the Delta variant was starting to be seen in sentiment in July even before it was detected in Auckland in August.
The resort’s brand is strong with domestic visitors.
With borders possibly closed for another summer, some operators are close to breaking point, says TIA’s Chris Roberts.
A majority of businesses in Auckland, Waikato, Taupō and Tauranga are confident of surviving the pandemic, but optimism is much lower in areas heavily reliant on tourism.
Lack of overseas visitors, difficultly in finding migrant workers cited.
A report on New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia shows that Covid-19 has had no effect on how Kiwis view the impact of tourism from Asian countries.
More tourism experts have pushed out the prospects of a full recovery until 2024 at the earliest.
But 57% said their issue was resolved, just not always to their satisfaction.
More people travel for a break, but fewer travel overall for events in year to March 2021.
Land transport operators suffered the largest fall with revenue down 77%, according to an industry survey.
Around two-thirds of New Zealanders are looking at domestic travel in the next six months, while only 15% are thinking about going to Australia, according to an April survey by Angus & Associates.