Adventure Tourism News

Latest Tourism & Leisure Industries headlines from nzherald.co.nz
New Zealand Herald  - Tourism & Leisure Industries
  1. By this time next week flights between New Zealand and Australia will have been taking off and landing for roughly 48 hours. The quarantine-free transtasman travel bubble, beginning April 19, will finally be more than a promise.For...
  2. Scenic Group is reversing a decision to put a West Coast hotel into hibernation following a spike in interest from Australia as the transtasman bubble looms.New Zealand's largest locally owned and operated hotel group last month...
  3. Pre-Covid, Australia was New Zealand's largest international tourism market and in 2019, Aussies spent $2.6 billion in New Zealand. So it's not surprising that Rotorua tourism operators are looking forward to once again hosting...
  4. Last week, Tourism Minister Stuart Nash revealed details of a proposed non self-contained campervan ban by 2022. However, a huge number of New Zealand's motorhomes would fail to meet the strict new standards according to the NZMCA.Rental...
  5. By Tess Brunton of RNZ Tougher penalties and fines are on the cards as part of a proposed crackdown on irresponsible freedom camping.Tourism Minister Stuart Nash has released a plan to hike the costs for those who break the...