International Visitor Survey data available from Stats NZ

On this page we provide links to some of the detailed International Visitor Survey data that Stats NZ host through its NZ.Stat tool.

Data tables available on NZ.Stat

The following International Visitor Survey (IVS) data tables are available through the NZ.Stat data hub, on the Stats NZ website.

For information on how to use the tables please refer to the NZ.Stat information page.

Stats NZ website —Welcome to the DataHub table viewer(external link)

Data table

What it contains

Link to Stats NZ website data tables

Visitor expenditure

Information on total spend, mean spend, and average spend per night.

International Visitor Survey: Visitor expenditure(external link)

Transport used

Information about the different types of transport used by international visitors during their stay in New Zealand.

International Visitor Survey: Transport(external link)

Place visited (TLA)

List of territorial local authorities that international visitors travelled to during their trip to New Zealand.

International Visitor Survey: Place visited (TLA)(external link)

Place visited (RTO)

List of regional tourism organisation regions and regional councils that international visitors travelled to during their trip to New Zealand.

International Visitor Survey: Place visited (RTO)(external link)

Accommodation used

Information on the different types of accommodation used by international visitors.

International Visitor Survey: Main accommodation used(external link)

Activities*

Information on the different activities international visitors undertook while in New Zealand.

International Visitor Survey: Activities(external link)

*Please be aware that the way activity information is collected in the IVS changed on 1 July 2013. The change in collection method has caused a discontinuity in the time series data, so take care when comparing periods before 1 July 2013 to latter periods. Changes between these periods will reflect both real changes in activity levels and changes in collection method.

For more information see Background and redevelopment of the International Visitor Survey