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Putting quality tourism data on the map 26 May 2022

A new Tourism Data Co-governance Group has been appointed to help create a more collaborative and targeted tourism data system that will benefit Aotearoa New Zealand’s tourism sector as it rebounds from the effects of COVID-19.

Budget 2022 - Innovation Programme for Tourism Recovery 19 May 2022

Today’s Budget announcement included the $54 million Innovation Programme for Tourism Recovery.

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.

New Zealand border fully reopening by July 2022, new immigration settings announced 11 May 2022

The Government has announced a new faster timeline for reopening the border and reconnecting New Zealand with the world. New Zealand’s border will now be fully reopened by the end of July – 3 months earlier than originally planned.

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.

INZ accepts review recommendations relating to the detention of asylum seekers 03 May 2022

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) welcomes the recommendations of the independent review of its processes and procedures relating to the detention of asylum seekers.

Border class exception for ski seasonal workers 14 April 2022

The government has announced a border class exception for up to 275 experienced ski seasonal workers.

Cycle trails good for health, economy 14 April 2022

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

Tourism Kick-start Fund opens on 1 April 17 March 2022

Tourism businesses in the 5 South Island communities most reliant on international visitors will be able to apply for support from the $49 million Tourism Kick-start Fund initiative on 1 April.

Applications now open for Tourism Infrastructure Fund 01 March 2022

The Tourism Infrastructure Fund is now open for applications from councils to address infrastructure needs related to tourism.