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Air New Zealand has teamed up with Development West Coast in a bid to get New Zealanders into the region.
A threat to $200K of Tourism West Coast’s funding has receded after local mayors agreed to hold talks on the future of the RTO.
Buller District Council has voted overwhelmingly to keep control of Tourism West Coast but has left the door open to the local economic development agency to proceed with its take it over.
An attempt to wrestle West Coast tourism promotion from the local regional tourism organisation has been slammed as “poorly timed” and “without supporting evidence” by Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
Samantha Beneke has been appointed the new marketing manager at Tourism West Coast.
The West Coast has been selected as the region to feature in Tourism New Zealand’s second single-region marketing campaign and its first in the South Island.
One of New Zealand’s most beloved tourism experiences, KiwiRail’s iconic TranzAlpine train journey, has marked 30 years of operation with celebrations in Christchurch and Greymouth.
Tourism expenditure grew in most regions over the year to September 2017.
Skyline Enterprises’ proposed Franz Josef Glacier Gondola project will be a “spectacular” attraction well positioned to capture growing West Coast tourism numbers.
The West Coast Wildlife in Franz Josef is proud to be announcing the opening of its brand new Tuatara Encounter in Franz Josef on Sunday 1st October 2017.
Former head of Saatchi & Saatchi Kevin Roberts and the current CEO of TVNZ Kevin Kendrick can take a bow for their parts in helping the West Coast’s ‘Untamed natural wilderness’ brand win a prestigious Local Government New Zealand award.
Construction is set to start by the end of the month on the new Great Walk in Paparoa National Park in memory of the 29 men who died in the 2010 Pike River Mine disaster.
A $36.8m Action Plan will help boost the West Coast’s visitor economy, support economic development, and improve connectivity and infrastructure.
The success of the West Coast Wilderness Trail has bought Hokitika-based shuttle company Wilderness Shuttles together with Christchurch-based Cycle Journeys, to enable them to establish a ‘one-stop’ point of contact for the trail.