- During the review period, several of the leading art galleries around New Zealand underwent extensive refurbishment, resulting in extended closures. Wellington’s City Gallery was closed in 2009 for refurbishment and remained partly closed throughout 2010. The gallery reopened in 2011 and there were approximately 115,000 visitors to the gallery during 2012. Furthermore, the Auckland Art Gallery closed in late 2007 to undergo an extensive renovation and refurbishment. The gallery was reopened in September 2011, with approximately 720,000 visitors recorded during 2012. Finally, the Christchurch Art Gallery was closed in February 2011 as a result of damage caused by the series of devastating earthquakes which struck the city between October 2010 and February 2011 and remained closed throughout 2012.
- The positive growth expected in inbound and domestic tourism flows in New Zealand during the forecast period is expected to contribute to the anticipated growth in tourist attraction over the forecast period. Tourist attractions is expected to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 3% over the forecast period. This is set to be further supported by the 4% constant value CAGR expected in incoming tourist receipts and the 1% constant value CAGR expected in domestic tourist receipts over the forecast period. Furthermore, the 3% constant value growth expected in tourist attractions over the forecast period is expected to be a superior performance to the 1% constant value CAGR registered in the category over the review period. The relatively slow growth recorded in tourist attractions over the review period was primarily due to the influence of the global economic recession.
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Table of Contents
Tourist Attractions in New Zealand - Category Analysis
- Table 1 Tourist Attractions Sales by Category: Value 2007-2012
- Table 2 Tourist Attractions Visitors by Category 2007-2012
- Table 3 Tourist Attractions Sales by Channel: Value 2007-2012
- Table 4 Leading Tourist Attractions by Visitors 2007-2012
- Table 5 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales by Category: Value 2012-2017
- Table 6 Forecast Tourist Attractions Visitors by Category 2012-2017
- Table 7 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales by Channel: Value 2012-2017
Travel and Tourism in New Zealand - Industry Context
Arrivals from the UK plummet as European financial troubles continue
Tourism New Zealand embarks on its 100% Middle Earth campaign
Resurgent domestic tourism breathes new life into the tourism industry
Travel operators adapt to the changing tourist mix
Tourism New Zealand looks to China as a key future source country
KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS
New Zealand: 100% Middle Earth
China overtakes United Kingdom as second most popular inbound source country
Technological improvements boost online sales
Regional tourism organisations attempt to lure domestic tourists
Airline competition heats up
The burgeoning China-New Zealand relationship
- Summary 1 New Zealand: SWOT
- Table 8 Leave Entitlement: Volume 2007-2012
- Table 9 Holiday Takers by Age: % Breakdown 2007-2012
- Table 10 Seasonality of Trips 2007-2012
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
- Table 11 Balance of Tourism Payments: Value 2007-2012
- Summary 2 Research Sources