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Tourist spending up in Queenstown despite slow snow

Spending by domestic tourists up 16.6% in the ski resort town. 

Calida Smylie
Tue, 27 Jun 2017

After last year’s drab start to the season, snow bunnies may have thought to hold off on booking their early winter break. However, spending figures in the ski resort town tell a different story.

Spending in Queenstown and Wanaka over the nine-day opening period (June 10-18) was up 5.2% over the

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Calida Smylie
Tue, 27 Jun 2017
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