A crackdown on rogue Chinese tour operators will be to
Otago's benefit, industry professionals say.
A visit to Otago by a group of New Zealand travel writers is
expected to give a boost to tourism operators in the region.
Dunedin and Clutha will be promoted by seven travel writers,
who will spend this weekend experiencing what the
destinations have to offer.
Dunedin's tourism personality of the year will be revealed
A series of unmet targets led Dunedin city councillors this
week to question whether Tourism Dunedin could handle more
Dunedin tourism operators will be happy just to maintain the
status quo this year, in what they describe as a tough
Forget ladies' night. Dunedin is set to host a ladies'
Constantly feeding and nurturing its website as if it was a
living and dynamic entity has won Tourism Dunedin a major
award at the 2012 eTourism conference in Auckland.
Tourism Dunedin is working on attracting more conferences to
Dunedin after the city failed to meet its market-share
targets for conferences in 2011 and sits behind target in
Growth in newly emerged tourism markets such as China has yet
to translate into a significant increase in visitor numbers
in Queenstown, the resort's marketing organisation told its
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