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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.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s latest survey on the state of the sector closes midnight tonight.
Australian options may increase competition for domestic tourists, says a Waikato economist.
About 60% of Kiwis say they will be comfortable travelling internationally after they get the Covid-19 vaccine, according to a Booking.com survey.
An industry poll shows circumstances must improve to avoid a wave of failures.
The bank says Otago is the “perfect illustration of the struggles faced by the tourism-dependent regions”.
The vast majority of Kiwis surveyed say they get good or excellent value for money, according to Angus & Associates.
Half of Kiwis travelled domestically for a holiday or short break in the second half of 2020, compared to 42% for the six months to December 2019, according to new research.
The destination has helped fill the Govt’s coffers and it’s time some of it was given back, says the boss of Development West Coast.
Northland Inc has launched a new survey to collate local visitor industry data.
Queenstown tops Expedia’s list of top searched destinations for a 2021 holiday.
The Queenstown and Wanaka Chambers of Commerce have launched an annual business confidence survey to provide greater insights into the local economy.
Those on the West Coast are the most pessimistic, according to Tourism New Zealand’s latest industry survey.
The “‘lumpy” nature of domestic tourism means many of the roles that need to be filled are part-time and temporary.
Four of the top five road trips on Kiwis’ to-do lists were in the lower South Island, according to a survey from Budget New Zealand.
MYOB found Kiwis have budgeted an average of $704 for their travels this summer, down slightly from 2019’s average travel spend of $725.
Many New Zealanders will not be comfortable travelling overseas until a Covid-19 vaccine is in place, says Booking.com.
Only 11% of those working in the sector expect to stay employed in the year ahead.
Tourism workers are among those backing the Government’s policy of eliminating community transmission of Covid-19, according to a survey from Horizon Research.
A Celebrity Cruises survey of travel partners across Australasia showed 92% of respondents believed New Zealand-only cruises would be popular once restrictions lifted.
New research shows 7 out of 10 New Zealanders support reducing immigration and stopping tourists from China, despite benefits to the economy.
Public feedback is being sought on the future of Milford Sound Piopiotahi and its surrounding regions.
Despite an improvement in business confidence, an inconvenient truth remains – there’s a very large economic hole where tourism used to be.
More than two-thirds of hoteliers are now open but confidence has deteriorated, according to a survey by Horwath HTL and Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
More than 80% of New Zealanders say they have not seen enough of New Zealand, according to a survey from Torpedo7.
Rotorua has overtaken Queenstown as the destination of choice for travellers, according to a new survey from NZ Pocket Guide.
Nelson Tasman locals strongly support the visitor sector and have a keen desire to explore the region themselves, a recent survey from Nelson Regional Development Agency shows.
Australians are keen to make the trip across the ditch as soon as safely possible, while separately “real world concerns” plague Kiwi’s domestic tourism plans.
And they intend to spend on average $2320 each, according to the poll from Horizon Research.
A new survey taking stock of New Zealand’s tourism operators shows how deeply the Covid-19 crisis has impacted the once booming sector, forcing a major overhaul of activity for most businesses with others left hanging in the balance.
Queenstown has been named the destination most New Zealanders would like to visit once travel restrictions due to Covid-19 are lifted.
New Zealand’s inbound tour operators are “holding faith” that the tourism sector will receive further support from government as new research shows how deeply the industry has been hit by the Covid-19 outbreak.
Tourism New Zealand has launched an industry survey to gauge the sector’s thoughts on the future of tourism.
Domestic holidays, road trips and flights are on Kiwis’ post-Covid-19 lockdown wishlist, according to new research.
More than 81% per cent of respondents to a recent survey of Canterbury businesses reported significant financial effects from Covid-19.
Venture Southland is calling on all Southlanders to have their say as it continues to develop its wider regional destination plan.