Domestic tourism is worth more to New Zealand than international tourism
Domestic tourism expenditure reached $20.2 billion (YE Mar 16), up 7.4% on the previous year, compared with international tourism expenditure of $14.5 billion
Domestic tourism is worth $55 million daily to the New Zealand economy (YE Mar 16)
The Government collects $1.8 billion in GST from domestic travellers (YE Mar 2016)
Domestic visitors spend more than international visitors in 24 of the 31 Regional Tourism Organisation areas
Kiwis took 17,403,000 domestic overnight trips in the past 12 months
Kiwis took 27,565,000 day trips in the past 12 months
Photo/Shopping in Greytown/Destination Wairarapa
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