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New Zealand wine growers from the renowned Central Otago region of the South Island are helping restore a 1000-year-old abbey in Burgundy, France.
Zealandia – the native wildlife sanctuary in the heart of Wellington city that’s home to some of New Zealand’s most endangered species – has won a significant award for responsible tourism.
‘Getting back to nature’ took on new meaning when thousands turned out for the iconic Hokitika Wildfoods Festival – New Zealand’s wildest foodie event – on 13 March.
British travellers have awarded New Zealand yet another accolade – this time voting the country their favourite long-haul destination in the annual Readers’ Travel Awards.
The match schedule for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand has been announced in Auckland today (12.03.09) with 13 venues across the country chosen to host pool matches.
A novel tourism initiative that allows international visitors to ‘rave’ about their New Zealand holiday experience on YouTube has reached more than 100,000 people.
The ground-breaking 100% Pure New Zealand tourism marketing campaign is turning 10-years-old this year.
New Zealand’s Tourism Industry Awards for 2009 announced this week include a Rotorua nature park, an entrepreneurial young leader and man credited for making tourism one of the country’s most valuable industries.
New Zealand is to host another major global sporting event having won the rights to host the 2015 FIFA U-20 football World Cup - which will be watched by more than 500 million fans worldwide.
Six of New Zealand’s best surf breaks will get national park status if a new coastal policy proposed by the Department of Conservation goes ahead.