June 2017

AirBnb New Zealand

Airbnb has been around for some time now, but there are still many who aren’t exactly sure what it is or whether they should use it. In short, Airbnb is a website where people can list their whole home, or just a room or more to rent out on a nightly basis to others. This means

Destination Rotorua’s Facebook page hits 200,000 ‘likes’

Destination Rotorua’s Facebook page has just reached 200,000 ‘likes’. Only the second destination Facebook page in New Zealand to have achieved this milestone, RotoruaNZ boasts a following that is greater than Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington and is consistently in the top three most engaging pages in the domestic tourism space. Destination Rotorua Consumer marketing manager

Win For Team New Zealand

Emirates Team New Zealand have secured two more wins to put them up 6-1 in the 35th Americas Cup , just one win away from Claiming the Cup back. Winning the start at incredible speed in the first race, Team New Zealand held the lead throughout, getting out to 40 seconds at head at one

Te Awamutu

Te Awamutu is a town in the Waikato in the North Island of New Zealand. Located approximately 30 km south of Hamilton on State Highway 3, Te Awamutu services the surrounding rural area, and has a population of approximately 14,000. Although not generally considered a tourist destination, Te Awamutu  has plenty to offer with many options

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Rotorua crowd break Haka record

A large crowd gathered in Rotorua New Zealand has smashed the Guinness World Record for ‘the largest haka’. As if it wasn’t enough to have the British & Irish Lions in town, Rotorua New Zealand has pulled the world’s biggest ever haka crowd with this morning’s attempt on the Guinness World Record for ‘the largest

Winter Is Here

Snow is gathering on New Zealand’s high country and mountain resorts are grooming their fields as the country says goodbye to autumn and welcomes visitors for another season of uniquely Kiwi winter events. Food shows and wine festivals, music, arts, fashion, sport and family fun events, plus some Kiwi-only cultural experiences are all part of