Tourism Offering Impresses Visitors

Hundreds of the New Zealand tourism industry’s main players have been left impressed with Hawke’s Bay’s “sophisticated” visitor attractions, following the conclusion of the Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual conference. “All up there were about 320 delegates and they have been wined and dined and shown Hawke’s Bay very well,” Hawke’s Bay Tourism general manager Annie Dundas said. “I guess the outcome for us, is that we have put Hawke’s Bay firmly back on the map with many of them who haven’t been to Hawke’s Bay for a long time. These perceptions and attitudes have completely shifted. “The feedback coming from them now are saying how sophisticated offerings are. Photo: Hawke’s Bay Tourism chairman George Hickton, general manager Annie Dundas and Tourism NZ chief executive Stephen England-Hall. Photo / Paul Taylor Posted: 13 August 2018