Search TIA Members
Search below to find out more about TIA's members.
Our members range from small owner operated tourism businesses to large corporates. Collectively, they represent around 85% of total tourism industry turnover. They are all striving to provide a quality visitor experience and we appreciate their support.
Due to the fast-changing environment some of this information may be incorrect. We appreciate your patience as we update our records. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any urgent membership requests.
As the only independent organisation that represents all sectors of New Zealand’s large and diverse tourism industry, TIA counts many tourism associations and organisations amongst our members. These relationships demonstrate strong industry alignment and ensure TIA can advocate vigorously on behalf of the tourism industry.
New Zealand’s national bed and breakfast association working to support bed and breakfast operators.
BCA represents the vast majority of New Zealand's bus and coach fleet through many NZ companies.
Representing 300 holiday parks across the country.
Giving more than 2400 hospitality operators across the country a helping hand with their business.
New Zealand's professional association for public museums and art galleries, and those who work in or with them.
The industry association for New Zealand’s airports and related businesse
The membership association for New Zealand's commercial jet boat sector.
With 55 members representing key stakeholders such as ports, RTOs, councils, ground handlers, shipping agents, airlines, tour operators, provedores, service operators and Tourism New Zealand, New Zealand Cruise Association represents New Zealand’s cruise sector.
The New Zealand Cycle Trail project was created to generate lasting economic, social and environmental benefits for New Zealand communities through the creation of a network of world-class cycling experiences.
New Zealand Māori Tourism works with the Māori tourism sector to contribute to New Zealand's economy, to provide compelling visitor experiences, and to build a strong commercial and cultural leadership.
NZMGA was formed to establish a consistent training programme for professional Mountain Guides in New Zealand.
The largest single activity industry association in New Zealand's outdoor recreation sector. The Association advocates on behalf of its members to ensure the recognition of Guided Fishing as an industry.
A membership-based organisation representing the interests of private motor caravan owners in New Zealand.
A voluntary organisation of commercial hunting guides operating primarily in New Zealand, dedicated to providing a professional and safe experience for local and visiting hunters.
The not-for-profit association of professional tour guides and driver guides in New Zealand.
RVA represents the interests of operators who hire or lease passenger vehicles, minibuses, vans, coaches, trucks, campervans and motorcycles.
RTNZ aims to encourage better coordination amongst RTO’s as well as ensuring that collectively, RTO’s are engaged in and consulted on issues critical to the development of the regional tourism sector in New Zealand.
Representing the interests of the Commercial Ski Areas in New Zealand.
Tourism Export Council (TEC)
A trade association that represents the interests of the New Zealand inbound tourism industry.
Tourism Industry NZ Trust (TINZT)
TINZT supports the growth and education of New Zealand's $36 billion tourism industry.