New Zealand Travel and Tourism Media Releases and News
What makes New Zealand such as great destination for a holiday or as a location for your next conference or event? We've gathered some of the latest articles written about New Zealand by independent magazines, writers or locals. These together with a roundup of other news will give you a snapshot of what New Zealand has to offer.
Warbirds & Wheels attraction and diner at Wanaka Airport has appointed Naomi Lindsay as general manager to expand the business with particular focus on meetings, conferences, events and increasing ... (more)
Passengers travelling through Queenstown Airport now have the option of relaxing, working or dining in a stylish new lounge with world-class views while waiting for their flights.
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has granted $15,000 funding towards the enhancement of a section of flat riding and walking trail in Opotiki.
The 4km of existing... (more)
Participants young and old dominated the 11th Great Cranleigh Kauri Run.
Almost 200 trail runners benefitted the region’s regeneration by running from one side of the Coromandel to the... (more)
A kiwi chick born at Queenstown’s Kiwi Birdlife Park just seven weeks ago has survived all the odds to be back home and fighting fit after undergoing two rounds of surgery to correct a mal-positi... (more)
Franz Josef Glacier Guides has been voted the number one visitor attraction in New Zealand at this year’s TNT Golden Backpack Awards.
The TNT Golden Backpack Awards are the original and... (more)
Outdoor adventures in the Fiordland backcountry are now a whole lot easier following the launch of purpose-built Fiordland Water Taxi, just in time for the start of summer.
Together with... (more)
New Zealand’s most pioneering off-road adventure tourism company reaches a momentous landmark this month as ‘Off Road Adventures Queenstown’ celebrates its 25th anniversary.
The Que... (more)
Tradition and common wisdom says that endurance events are the realm of older more experienced athletes. But a host of young cyclists turned tradition on its ear in New Zealand’s toughest road cy... (more)
Almost 1500 cyclists from all end of New Zealand converge on the Coromandel this weekend for the country’s toughest road cycling event. Among them the defending champions hoping to repeat, a fami... (more)