Calling Māori event management students and professionals
Applications now open for 2018 Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival observer programme.
New programme to develop Auckland tourism ‘ambassadors’ launches
A new initiative to develop Auckland tourism ‘ambassadors’ has been launched today, with the ultimate aim of enhancing the experience of visitors to our region.
Auckland set to sail into a record cruise for 2017/18
The cruise season has officially kicked off for 2017/18 with record numbers of passengers set to sail into Auckland over the next eight months.
Rugby legend inspires Aucklanders to love their weekendSir John Kirwan is playing a starring role in a new campaign encouraging Aucklanders to get out and explore the Auckland region on their weekends.
The 12-week campaign, created by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) on behalf of Auckland Council, showcases a diver
Stars shine bright in Great Barrier Island’s dark skyCommunity celebrates island’s new International Dark Sky Sanctuary status.
Hundreds turned out from the Great Barrier Island community to celebrate the island’s new international
Tourism team updates
Most of you will be aware that Head of Tourism Jason Hill is leaving ATEED in October to pursue his own business interests in the sector. Jason has done a fantastic job helping support the development and growth of Auckland’s visitor economy over the past six years.
Auckland making its mark at world’s largest luxury travel event
Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED) has been named the most innovative tourism board at the Virtuoso Alliance Partner Awards which are held annually as part of Virtuoso Travel Week.
Waiheke Island has been voted the #1 Island in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific in the Travel + Leisure ‘World’s Best Awards’ for the second year running.
EventsPATA Global Insights Conference (PGIC): September 29, 2017
The PATA Global Insights Conference (PGIC) returns to Auckland under the theme ‘R U Future Ready’, the conference has already received confi
New products and updatesTourism experiences
Auckland Whale and Dolphin will be taking a short break during September for its annual maintenance on the Dolphin Explorer vessel, to ensure it is ship-shape for the summer season. They will be not operating trips from 11 September to 23 September.