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The HAPNZ Business Confidence Monitor measures members’ current confidence levels. Members are asked to indicate their confidence levels in relation to business ‘right now’ and looking ahead to the next 12 months.

The HAPNZ Business Confidence Monitor measures members’ current confidence levels. Members are asked to indicate their confidence levels in relation to business ‘right now’ and looking ahead to the next 12 months.

It’s fourth time lucky for Rotorua’s All Seasons Holiday Park which has won the prestigious 2017 Spirit of Hospitality Award sponsored by AA Traveller. This award is the holiday park sector’s premier award, made to the holiday park which excels in providing an outstanding visitor experience.

While staying at Holiday Parks, the contribution of visitors in terms of direct expenditure to New Zealand’s economy may be just over $1 billion annually.

Five holiday parks that go the extra mile to create a special experience for their guests are finalists in the 2017 Spirit of Hospitality Award sponsored by AA Traveller.

Expectations of a roaring trade during the Lions Tour have contributed to more jobs in holiday parks this winter, Holiday Parks New Zealand (HAPNZ) says.

Jasmine Adams of the Rotorua TOP 10 Holiday Park has won the inaugural Holiday Parks’ Emerging Star Award for holiday park professionals under the age of 35. Ms Adams has been recognised for her efforts in leading the wider industry and her community, as well as her own park.

Holiday parks enjoyed a boomer April, with guest nights up almost 25% on April 2016, but there is still plenty of room for growth, says Fergus Brown, Chief Executive, Holiday Parks New Zealand.

Holiday Parks New Zealand (HAPNZ) and its 300 member holiday parks are forming a partnership with the Predator Free New Zealand Trust to help rid New Zealand of predators 2050.

Visitors staying at holiday parks contribute more than $1 billion a year to New Zealand’s economy, new research carried out for Holiday Parks New Zealand (HAPNZ) has found. International visitors shell out $490 million (46%), while New Zealanders spend $578 million (54%).

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