Visitor statistics from the Commercial Accommodation Monitor (Dept of Statistics) and the Private Accommodation Monitor (APR Consultants) for the Gisborne District. To view the statistics click here
To view Gisborne i-SITE visitor numbers click here. These numbers are taken from our door counters. They are adjusted to allow for staff and people going in and out.
View the results of our survey of visitors here. The survey was left with various types of accommodation providers, handed to i-SITE users with a post-paid return envelope and also completed in the main street.
To view google stats of our website (www.gisbornenz.com) click here. You will need to contact us for the password.
This information can be drilled down to detailed statistics on the Gisborne district for tourism, click here for details. It will download in Excel and may take some time as it is a relatively big file. Please note these stats are only commercial accommodation and do not include visitors staying with friends and relatives. These visitors at certain times of the year can make up 50% of visitors to the Gisborne district.
Select the middle option Territorial Authority and then select Gisborne for local stats.
The most comprehensive tourism research available: www.tourismresearch.govt.nz
The TSA measures the impact of tourism on the New Zealand economy. This allows for industry assessment and comparison with other sectors. The measurements include the impact of total expenditure and the direct and indirect contributions to GDP, employment and taxation.
The Tourism Research Council of New Zealand's forecasting programme is designed to anticipate future tourism demand. Their forecasts include international visitor arrivals, nights spent, expenditure, regional activity of international visitors and NZ outbound and domestic travel.
Other sources of statistics include: Statisphere, New Zealand's official statistics portal. Statisphere provides information about New Zealand's official statistics: http://www.statisphere.govt.nz/default.htm. It enables users, producers and researchers to quickly find all available official statistics.
NIWA is the National Institute of Weather Statistics: http://www.niwa.cri.nz/