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Tourism 2025>. GROWING value together Whakatipu Uara Ngatahi Growing value together T O U R I S M 2 0 2 5 1. THE ASPIRATIONAL GOAL. $41 billion total Tourism revenue in 2025. HOW WE ARE GETTING THERE. By improving the competitiveness of New Zealand Tourism Front cover: NZONE Skydive/photographer Vasile Pop 2 Kepler This photo: Track/Destination Fiordland/photographer Rob Suisted Growing value together T O U R I S M 2 0 2 5 1. T O U R I S M T O D AY. $24. BILLION. TOTAL Tourism . REVENUE IN 2013. Tourism 'S DIRECT. CONTRIBUTION. TO NEW ZEALAND'S. TOTAL GDP. MILLION. 5th INTERNATIONAL. RANKING. OF NEW ZEALAND. Tourism SHARE. OF NEW ZEALAND'S. TOTAL EXPORT. EARNINGS. AS A BRAND. INTERNATIONAL.

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1 Tourism 2025>. GROWING value together Whakatipu Uara Ngatahi Growing value together T O U R I S M 2 0 2 5 1. THE ASPIRATIONAL GOAL. $41 billion total Tourism revenue in 2025. HOW WE ARE GETTING THERE. By improving the competitiveness of New Zealand Tourism Front cover: NZONE Skydive/photographer Vasile Pop 2 Kepler This photo: Track/Destination Fiordland/photographer Rob Suisted Growing value together T O U R I S M 2 0 2 5 1. T O U R I S M T O D AY. $24. BILLION. TOTAL Tourism . REVENUE IN 2013. Tourism 'S DIRECT. CONTRIBUTION. TO NEW ZEALAND'S. TOTAL GDP. MILLION. 5th INTERNATIONAL. RANKING. OF NEW ZEALAND. Tourism SHARE. OF NEW ZEALAND'S. TOTAL EXPORT. EARNINGS. AS A BRAND. INTERNATIONAL.

2 VISITORS. IN 2013. $2300. AVERAGE. EXPENDITURE. BY INTERNATIONAL. VISITOR PER TRIP $ MILLION. DOMESTIC OVERNIGHT. BILLION. TRIPS TAKEN Tourism EXPORT. VALUE. 172,100. NUMBER OF. FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT. JOBS SUPPORTED. SOURCES INCLUDE Tourism SATELLITE ACCOUNT (2013), IVS YE MARCH 2013. BY Tourism . 2 GROWING VALUE TOGETHER. I saw a campervan the other day, with this message on the side: The glass is half full and the other half was TOTAL Tourism REVENUE. delicious. As New Zealand Tourism charts its course to $24 BILLION 2025, I took that as a very good omen. Tourism in New Zealand is a The first half was delicious. Ten years ago, Tourism was the $66 million per day industry toast of the New Zealand economy, growing at 6% a year and the country's number one export earner.

3 Recently, it's been a different story, the global financial crisis and the Christchurch earthquakes have knocked the industry back. But as we look up and out, all we see is opportunity. Globally, Tourism continues its exponential growth, driven in particular by the emerging middle classes of Asia. As a recent MBIE report put it, structural forces are very much in favour of New Zealand. The centre of the global DOMESTIC REVENUE. economy is moving closer and the long-term outlook is $ BILLION positive. Demand from these emerging markets for travel to New Zealand will soar . A shared vision and a INTERNATIONAL common framework . REVENUE. Tourism 2025 is the industry aligning for growth.

4 We can $ BILLION see the world has changed. We are excited by the new opportunities but we understand that as more and more countries enter the race for the global Tourism dollar, we will succeed only if we improve the competitiveness of New Zealand Tourism . This document presents a strategic framework for Australia $ billion achieving that. It is not a detailed plan but rather a shared vision and a common framework. In an industry as diverse China $ billion as Tourism , alignment is what matters. Tourism 2025 is an industry commitment to growing value by working UK $ billion together, for the long-term benefit of New USA $ billion Zealand Tourism and the wider economy. Japan $ billion MARTIN SNEDDEN.

5 CEO, Tourism Industry Association New Zealand Growing value together T O U R I S M 2 0 2 5 3. T H E PA S T T E N Y E A R S. IN NEW ZEALAND IN THE WORLD. OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS: OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS: Tourism 's relative contribution to GDP has Tourism has continued to grow, at an annual declined, and we are no longer New Zealand's rate of around 4%. top export earner. The growth has been strongest for emerging International visitor numbers to New Zealand destinations: Tourism to Myanmar, for have continued to grow since 2003, however the example, grew by 52% in 2012. Emerging average expenditure of those visitors has declined economies have increased their share of and so New Zealand's revenue from international international arrivals from 30% in 1980 to Tourism has declined over this period.

6 Around 50%. Domestic Tourism has grown, but not at the same rate as the rate at which New Zealanders travel Advanced economies have recognised the overseas. Over the past ten years, expenditure growth opportunity that Tourism represents by New Zealanders travelling overseas has grown and have begun competing more strongly. by 66% and is now worth over $ billion. Australia, for example, hopes to double its Tourism revenue by 2020. The number of visitors from New Zealand's largest Tourism market Australia have Most Tourism is close to home. 80% of increased. Now, 45% of international visitors are worldwide arrivals are travelling from the from across the Tasman. same region. China has emerged as New Zealand's second- China has become the world's largest nation largest Tourism market visitor numbers and value.

7 For outbound travellers. Our international market share has declined. 2013 has seen an upswing in international visitor numbers and overall spend. INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS VS AVERAGE EXPENDITURE PER PERSON (YEAR ENDED MARCH 2003-2013). 3,000,000 3500. International Visitor Arrivals 2,500,000 3000. 2500. 2,000,000. 2000. ($). 1,500,000. 1500. 1,000,000. 1000. 500,000 500. 0 0. 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013. SOURCE // IVA, Statistics New Zealand: IVS, MBIE Average Expenditure per person ($) International Visitor Arrivals 4 THE PAST IS NOT WHERE WE LEFT IT. INTERNATIONAL Tourism EXPENDITURE VERSUS DAIRY. EXPORTS (YEAR ENDED MARCH 2003-2013) When times are tough, it's our natural tendency to long for a return to the good old days', to how things were 14,000 before.

8 New Zealand Tourism 's aspiration is to return to the rates of growth of a decade ago and to play its part in the 12,000 growth of New Zealand's economy. 10,000 Which is why signs of recovery in some of our traditional markets are so welcome. At year-end 2013, arrivals from 8,000 the USA were up and from Germany up But $ (millions). the real news, strategically, is the growth of the emerging 6,000 Asian economies. Arrivals from China were up last year and are expected to nearly double over the next 4,000 five years. As we look ahead to 2025, therefore, there are horizons of opportunity for New Zealand Tourism : 2,000. domestically, across the Tasman, around the Pacific Rim, and beyond.

9 0. 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013. International Tourism Dairy products, including casein As we look ahead to SOURCE // Statistics New Zealand, Tourism Satellite Account (2013). 2025, there are horizons of opportunity for New Tourism 'S DECLINING CONTRIBUTION TO GDP Zealand Tourism . (YEAR ENDED MARCH 2003-2013). The past is not where we left it. As New Zealand Tourism 8,000 finds its way back to the levels of growth last experienced a decade ago, we are doing so in a different world. By 7,000 focusing on the right markets, focusing on what customers really value and leveraging the power of working together, Value added % contribution to GDP. 6,000 we shall discover that the best is yet to come.

10 Value added $ (millions). 5,000. KEVIN BOWLER. 4,000 CEO, Tourism New Zealand 3,000. 2,000. 1,000. 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013. SOURCE // Statistics New Zealand, Tourism Satellite Account (2013). Growing value together T O U R I S M 2 0 2 5 5. W O R L D FA M O U S N E W Z E A L A N D. 100% Pure New Zealand tells the story of Welcome to the how this country's unique combination of country of open landscapes, people and activities cannot spaces, open hearts be found anywhere else in the world. and open minds. Tourism NEW ZEALAND THE NEW ZEALAND STORY. A country brand is Indigenous culture ranked highly in 24. a marriage of identity aspects of the New Zealand experience and reputation.


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