This report shares the results from the New Zealand National Values Assessment undertaken in October, and insights intended to support the work of the New Zealand Tourism Futures Taskforce. These results were based on a modified survey, which was sent out to submitters.
The purpose of this report was to provide deeper insights to the cultural identity of New Zealanders, on societal values and to understand how much Tikanga Maori values can be used to enrich any changes undertaken in the tourism industry.
This PowerPoint provides a brief overview of the voice of New Zealanders and unlocking the value of future tourism.
The purpose of this PowerPoint was to provide responses to the 5 big objectives:
1) How have the values of New Zealanders shifted?
2) What do New Zealanders perceive as the impact of tourism on their country, and what’s changed since COVID-19?
3) What are New Zealanders current and future expectations of tourism, domestic, and international?
4) What does sector ‘success’ look like for the country as a whole and at a regional level?
5) What does a long-term view of tourism need to take into consideration to meet these new needs?
These responses were based on 9 Focus Groups with New Zealanders, and 26 In-depth interviews with tourism operators.
The purpose of the Terms of Reference is to set out the purpose/objective of the New Zealand Tourism Futures Taskforce and provides details on the membership structure.
The Terms of Reference also explains the roles of the co-chairs, members of the Taskforce and the Advisory Group and explains the timeframes and reporting needs for the Taskforce.
The purpose of this document is to provide a list of the Advisory Group members, who were involved in the process of the New Zealand Tourism Futures Taskforce.
This document also provides a list of the names and organisations of the Advisory Group members.
This Invitation to Contribute- Submissions Report provides an overview of the submissions that sets out themes raised by submitters through the Invitation to Contribute process.
The main purpose of this documents is to summarise the submissions and feedback received through the New Zealand Tourism Futures Taskforce Invitation to Contribute submission process. Feedback from this process were based on the strengths of the current tourism system, the challenges that the tourism system is facing or will face, and about the ideal tourism system.
The submissions that was gathered through this process was used to help inform the Taskforce’s thinking, as they develop recommendations for a report on the future of New Zealand’s tourism system.
This document sets out the policy relating to payload permit applications where the payload is smaller than 1U (10cm cube). It provides information on when the policy is applied i.e. to which applications, the relevant sections of the Act and how applicants should demonstrate trackability concerns related to their small size.