Regional tourism highlights: AugustPosted on 28/08/2019 by Jess O'Connor
At the end of each month, we bring you regional tourism highlights so you can stay up-to-date with airline, travel, and tourism news from around New Zealand.
The last month of winter has been a bumper one for regional New Zealand tourism.
Here are the top headlines from August.
The Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers and Queenstown have been named as two of the greatest places on Earth by Rough Guides.
Stuff.co.nz writer Alice Geary shares her thoughts on Tekapo’s new Dark Sky Project.
Major tourist attraction Hobbiton has the all clear to welcome up to one million visitors a year.
The Napier City Council may start public consultation this year on plans for the major expansion of the National Aquarium of New Zealand.
These smaller centres have some hidden gems.
The 2020 Tourism Export Council of New Zealand conference will be hosted in Taranaki for the first time in more than 20 years.
This summer’s cruise season promises to be a bright spot for New Zealand tourism.
The list of New Zealand’s Most Beautiful Towns has been narrowed down to six – Cambridge, Pukekohe, Hutt City, Whanganui, Waihi (pictured), and Hanmer Springs.
That’s all for this month. We’ll be back at the end of July with more updates. If you want to stay up-to-date in real time, please subscribe to our Industry News Bulletin.Posted in News, Tourism Spotlight | Leave a reply