Tourism data releases
This section includes the Tourism Electronic Card Transactions (TECTs), Accommodation Data Programme (ADP), International Visitor Survey (IVS), Tourism Satellite Account (TSA), and data on international travel and cruise visitor spending in New Zealand.
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The TECTs are an interim replacement to Monthly Regional tourism Estimates (MRTEs) that provide insights into monthly tourism spend.
The Accommodation Data Programme (ADP) is a 'by industry for industry' research programme providing information about short-term accommodation activity at national, regional, and council levels. It estimates the guest nights, occupancy rates and other measures relating to the accommodation industry.
The International Visitor Survey (IVS) measures the expenditure, characteristics and behaviours of international visitors to New Zealand.
The Tourism Satellite Account report presents information on tourism's contribution to the New Zealand economy in terms of expenditure and employment.
See Stats NZ's website for information about New Zealand's inbound and outbound travel.
See Stats NZ's website for information about employment in select tourism industries by Regional Tourism Organisations (RTO). The indicators that have been developed are:
• filled jobs by select tourism industries
• employment earnings by select tourism industries
Stats NZ — supported jointly by MBIE, the NZ Cruise Association and Customs NZ — produces annual estimates of cruise ship travellers and spending, including passengers and crew, by region and port. You can find these on the Stats NZ's website.
The Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates (MRTEs) provide an estimate of regional monthly expenditure on tourism from both international and domestic consumers.
Data from the Business Events Research Programme, gathered via the Business Events Activity Survey and Business Event Delegate Survey.
The Domestic Travel Survey (DTS) surveyed about 15,000 households per year from 1999 to 2012, and was used to estimate the characteristics of New Zealanders’ domestic tourism.