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Consultation opens on draft Tourism Environment Action Plan 16 June 2023

Public consultation is now underway on a draft tourism action plan for the environment – the second phase of the Tourism Industry Transformation Plan (ITP).

Better Work Action Plan for tourism launched 07 March 2023

The Better Work Action Plan (Action Plan) for Tourism was launched in Queenstown on 1 March 2023, as part of the wider Tourism Industry Transformation Plan (ITP).

Maintaining the pace for the great rides 07 December 2022

From the Far North to Southland, more than $934,000 has been confirmed for maintenance projects on the Great Rides of the New Zealand Cycle Trails, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment announced today.

New Zealand to host FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Draw 13 May 2022

Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson and FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura have announced that Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau will host the Draw for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ at the Aotea Centre on Saturday 22 October 2022.

Two more trails join the Ngā Haerenga Great Rides network 06 May 2022

More of Aotearoa New Zealand’s stunning scenery, culture and heritage and related activities are accessible by bike as 2 new trails join the Ngā Haerenga Great Rides network.

Cycle trails good for health, economy 14 April 2022

New Zealand’s cycle trails and cycle tourism are more popular than ever.

Funding boost for Great Rides 01 December 2021

13 Great Rides will receive a share of $850,000 investment from Ngā Haerenga, the New Zealand Cycle Trails Fund it was confirmed today.

Changes are coming to freedom camping 30 November 2021

People who freedom camp to take in the sights of New Zealand are encouraged to come up to speed with the new requirements being phased in from next year.

Regenerative tourism focus for industry partnership 17 November 2021

The next steps in the tourism industry’s recovery, announced today, involves a partnership between industry, workers and government.