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For the nitty-gritty on everything from Chinese visitor arrivals and surveys to tourism forecasts, indicators and estimates, look no further. Find out where Chinese visitors like to go, what they like to do, how they like to spend their money - and why they are so important to New Zealand. Then, compare our data to the competitor analysis from across the ditch. 

Statistics New Zealand usually releases provisional international travel statistics each Friday after 3pm.

Statistics New Zealand

International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand (IVA) is a monthly report produced by Statistics New Zealand and sponsored by Tourism New Zealand.

Statistics New Zealand

These releases provide statistics on the number of overseas visitors, New Zealand resident travellers, and permanent and long-term migrants entering or leaving New Zealand.

Statistics New Zealand

Infoshare provides you with online access to a wide range of time series data.

Statistics New Zealand

The International Visitor Survey (IVS) measures the travel patterns and expenditure of international visitors to New Zealand.

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment has updated its tourism forecasts for key tourism markets for the 2013-2019 period.

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

These RTIs measure the change in level of expenditure of both international and domestic travellers in New Zealand by region.

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

The RTEs provide regional stakeholders with absolute dollar estimates of tourism expenditure at a detailed regional level.

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

A short report compiled from Regional Tourism Indicator (RTI) analysis.

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

A short report compiled from Regional Tourism Indicator (RTI) analysis.

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Do some competitor analysis. See how the Australians see the Chinese market.

Tourism Research Australia