Tourism New Zealand is a crown agency responsible for promoting Aotearoa New Zealand as a visitor destination, to key international and domestic markets, through the 100% Pure New Zealand brand. Our purpose is to enrich Aotearoa New Zealand, and all who visit. Once here, we help guide visitors on travelling safely and caring for our home, people and culture. Tourism New Zealand are a long-standing supporter of TRENZ, facilitating the international buyer programme and securing international media, to help make TRENZ an effective business forum.
WellingtonNZ is the agency responsible for making the Wellington region thrive as a place to live, visit, study, work, do business, and invest. Our ambition is to make Wellington famous as a zero-carbon capital famous for transformational experiences.
Sitting at the heart of New Zealand, Wellington is a compact capital city with a powerful mix of culture, history, nature, and cuisine. Fuel your visit with strong coffee and world-class craft beer and visit our neighbouring wine region, Wairarapa. Discover our nation's stories at Te Papa and He Tohu, immerse yourself in acclaimed nature experiences, and learn moviemaking magic in the heart of Wellington's award-winning film industry.
Wellington is full of delightful things just waiting to be discovered. We can't wait to host you here at TRENZ 2024.
From the arrival of the Tainui Waka into the Manukau Harbour, Auckland Airport has always been a place of journeys.
We stand proudly as the gateway to Aotearoa, welcoming travellers beginning their journeys, farewelling Kiwis to new destinations, connecting businesses and workers to new opportunities, and celebrating partners and investors who back us along the way.
From our humble beginnings in 1966, Auckland Airport has grown into one of the largest international airports in Australasia. More than three-quarters of all international visitors to New Zealand arrived here before the outbreak of Covid-19, with 21 million passengers travelling through our terminals in the 2021 financial year.
We play a significant role in supporting New Zealand businesses, with around $15 billion worth of freight passing through the airport each year prior to the pandemic. More than 15,000 people, across more than 100 businesses, work in and around us. The wider airport precinct features a world-class business park, commercial office buildings, transport and logistics warehouses, hotels and leisure and recreation facilities.
Today we are focused on transforming Auckland Airport into a world-class travel experience. Not just a place where people go from A to B, but a place where the journey brings as much enjoyment as the destination.
E mahi ana mātou mō Aotearoa. We are working for New Zealand.
Christchurch Airport is the international gateway to Ōtautahi Christchurch and the South Island, just 15 mins from central Christchurch CBD, hotels and attractions. As borders re-open, 12 partner airlines are expected to directly connect 25 destinations to Christchurch, with extensive trans-Tasman schedules.
The airport is recognised as a global leader in airport decarbonisation. In late 2020 we became the world’s first airport to achieve the highest standard in Airport Carbon Accreditation for proven measurable decarbonisation. We continue to address emissions reduction, including working with airline partners to accelerate decarbonisation of the aviation sector.
Our Kōwhai Park project is on track to be New Zealand’s largest solar energy array at 400 hectares on the airport campus. Through developing renewable energy, we will have the potential to provide 100% renewable electricity for green hydrogen for aviation, and a renewable energy source to power low carbon ground transport and industry. Kōwhai Park is a step beyond carbon neutrality and a way we can catalyse the low carbon future of the Canterbury region.
Tranzit Group is an award-winning, fourth-generation family-owned transport and tourism company operating throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand. Preparing to celebrate its centenary, Tranzit employs over 2000 team members and operates more than 2000 vehicles nationwide.
Tranzit is behind some of New Zealand’s most well-known travel and transport brands including Tranzit Coachlines, InterCity, Pacific Tourways (Auckland) Limited, Tranzit Tours, Bus Travel Ltd, Cross Country Rentals and Rite Price Rentals. Tranzit works with inbound tour operators and overseas wholesalers to provide professional coach services across the country and partners with Regional Tourism Organisations and the NZ Cruise Association to deliver tour products to visitors.
Committed to a sustainable future, Tranzit also owns and operates a growing electric bus fleet that continues to be introduced into many parts of regional New Zealand. The company has also invested in and built significant charging infrastructure. This currently stands at a total of 2,820kW – enough to power 3,400 homes or approximately the North Island town of Foxton – and is the largest privately owned bus charging network in NZ, however will grow significantly again in 2024. Tranzit’s team takes great pride in delivering outstanding experiences for its clients and is proud of its vehicles.
EVT (formerly Event Hospitality & Entertainment Limited) is a proud Australian and New Zealand company with over 100 years of operation and a shining example of how one entrepreneurial company parlayed its passion for the silver screen and its expertise in exhibition into various areas of Entertainment, Ventures and Travel.
Today EVT offers the best cinemas and theaters, including flagship Event cinemas, over 150 Bars and Restaurants; ventures driven by a passion for new opportunities, and more than 70 standout hotels across a portfolio of 5 brands as well as Thredbo, voted Australia’s number 1 ski resort.
Minor Hotels, operating in New Zealand under the brands of Oaks Hotels, Resorts & Suites and Avani Residences, is one of New Zealand’s leading apartment style accommodation providers managing a portfolio of 5 properties. Specialising in apartments, Oaks Hotels, Resorts & Suites and Avani Residences cater to travellers who value freedom, space and independence when they travel. Located across Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown our modern and fully equipped apartments, residences and suites are what make our guests return time and time again.
Located in central Wellington, the James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor is one of the capital’s leading hotels, delivering friendly and professional service. Offering a diverse range of rooms that cater to every type of traveller, whether you're here for business, a conference, or a relaxing holiday. With thoughtful amenities and free Wi-Fi, you are covered for a comfortable and convenient stay. The Hotel features 269 accommodation rooms, two restaurants and bars and an in-house gym. Guest highlights include High Tea at Whitby’s Restaurant, unwinding to live piano in the evenings and discovering Wellington from the heart of the city. Attractions like the Cable Car, Parliament, TSB Arena, Te Papa, Tākina and Sky Stadium are all within easy reach. You can also easily stroll down to Lambton Quay, thanks to the convenient pedestrian access.