Saturday, April 13, 2024

Tourism


Welcoming city folk with Open Farms

Welcoming city folk with Open Farms

Farmers WeeklyMar 8, 2024
Everything from endangered skinks to sustainable dairy on show as initiative gathers even more steam in its fourth year.

Maize maze cultivates farm connections

Matamata farmers open up four hectares of maize to the public.

Agritourism gets its own academy

Gerhard UysFeb 23, 2024
Offers online courses for farmers who want to begin an agritourism business.

Fish & Game hikes fees for overseas anglers

Farmers WeeklyAug 21, 2023
Certain rivers will attract new licence fee in move to control overcrowding.


Regions netting big-spending anglers again

Regions netting big-spending anglers again

Farmers WeeklyJun 27, 2023
Numbers of international fly fishers starting to rebuild post-covid.
Five-star farming on the Kāpiti Coast

Five-star farming on the Kāpiti Coast

Charlie WilliamsonMar 24, 2023
For a family that has for three generations changed with the times, it seems no surprise they have found success in their latest venture into high-end tourism.
woman sitting on a hill slope wearing a white shirt, blue jeans and a broad-rim hat.

How to plant and grow tourism on your farm

Farmers WeeklyMar 20, 2023
New programme covers all aspects of starting an on-farm agritourism business.
Welcome marching orders from army pair

Welcome marching orders from army pair

Alan EmersonDec 20, 2022
British couple build successful Wairarapa walking business from scratch.
Hunting, shooting, fishing – and covid

Hunting, shooting, fishing – and covid

Neal WallaceDec 20, 2022
Diversification in all its aspects saved a Central Otago business when the lockdowns hit.