Join us for a day of kōrero - conversation


Registration fees include all sessions as well as morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and networking drinks and nibbles.

Don’t miss this chance to exchange ideas on tourism – join the conversation.

Not a TIA Member?

You’re still welcome to join us at the the Tourism Summit Aotearoa, however preferential pricing for members is just one of the many benefits of joining Tourism Industry Aotearoa, the voice of New Zealand’s tourism industry. Find out more.

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Terms and Conditions

By registering to join us at a discussing tourism event, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions, including cancellation costs, and health and safety regulations.

Payment by credit card is required at the time of registration, so please have these details handy when you complete the registration form. If you’d like to pay by invoice, please email us to discuss.

If you are a TIA member, make sure you have your user ID and password to access your preferential registration rate.

Registrations for Tourism Summit Aotearoa close at 5pm on 5 November if not sold out prior. After this date, please contact us on 04 499 0104 or email us

Te Papa, Wellington

8 November 2018

Join us to exchange ideas and information on tourism New Zealand-wide.

Delegate Information

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Te Papa
55 Cable Street, Wellington

Getting There

A short stroll from public transport with car parking available at Te Papa at 55 Cable Street, Wellington.


For a preferred accommodation discount at Ibis Wellington, Novotel Wellington, Grand Mercure Wellington or Sofitel Wellington click here

You might also be interested in attending – Tourism and Climate Change: A Citizen Panel
As part of a Deep South Challenge research project Culture and Climate Change, a team of University of Waikato researchers is organising a citizen panel, bringing together climate scientists, social scientists and policy makers, along with those at the frontlines of the tourism industry. Together, we will be crafting an action plan for climate change adaptation in the tourism sector. If you have an interest in managing risk in New Zealand’s tourism industry, we invite you to participate. You will be helping to shape policies that balance economic and environmental interests and supporting our tourism sector to adapt to a rapidly changing climate.

Friday November 9, 2018, 10am–2pm
Cliftons Conference Centre Level 28, 100 Willis St, Wellington
No cost. Morning tea and lunch provided. Registration essential.
Places are limited. Please register early to avoid disappointment. Email the Citizen Panel administrator:
Check out the project at:

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