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  • FAQ's about New Zealand, Frequently Asked Questions About New Zealand

    …surrounding New Zealand varies between seasons, and is warmer the further north you go. In winter, the ocean temperature surrounding the lower South Island drops as low as 8°C, whilst around the upper North Island water temperatures average around 15°C. In summer the sea temperature around…

  • January Weather in New Zealand

    In the North Island, average top temperatures hover around 25°C dropping to lows of 12°C. And in the South Island, it's just slightly cooler with average top temperatures of around 22°C and lows of 10°C. (Do not be surprised by the odd really warm day with temperatures in the high

  • February 2016 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …people in – brainstorm with other local businesses on how you can create interest in your region. Media * Develop your relationships with local and national media and use your time to 'schmooze' them. * Write and send releases about what you are doing in the low season that will make the high season

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter October 2006

    …own Web site or in emails to your potential customers! Examples Click on the links to view the examples. * Heritage Expeditions * Air Fiordland * Eagles Nest * Drive NZ * The Sea Kayak Company Key Features * Low cost. * Ideal for both small and larger tourism operators. * High visitor impact…

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter November 2004

    …help you much this season. Although the unemployment rate is low, it's also important that the tourism industry attracts New Zealanders. After all, a visitor to this country would expect to deal at least some of the time with a people who actually live in NZ. Historically high staff turnover or the…

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