Top Tourism Site Award
The Top Tourism Site Award is awarded to leading New Zealand travel sites that enhance New Zealand as a travel destination. Each site must comply to criteria set by New Zealand Tourism Guide.
These are our recent award winners, or you can view all past winners.
2-12-2013 - Kaimata Retreat
Located on the Otago Peninsula is Kaimata Retreat, a timber built luxury lodge that spans the estuary and offers sweeping water views of coastal birds and wildlife. Their website is stunning and features beautiful parallax scrolling with fantastic imagery, and it's also been optimised for smartphones.
25-11-2013 - Green Gables B&B
Situated in Marlborough is Green Gables Bed and Breakfast, a three bedroom accommodation option at the gateway to the Marlborough Sounds. Their Web site is simple yet effective which makes for a perfect user experience as information is easy to find due to the websites intuitive layout.
18-11-2013 - Wedding Professionals
Wedding Professionals are located in Christchurch and are known for their fresh and innovative approach to wedding planning, and they maintain an unparalleled level of service. The look and feel of their website completely reiterates their professional approach by complimenting their business with a stunningly beautiful website.
11-11-2013 - Quinney's Bush
Quinney's Bush is a popular, back-to-basics adventure camp set in spacious grounds of 10 hectares with native trees and safe river swimming with rope swing and slide. The use of graphics combined with the crisp and clean layout make this attractive website user-friendly and a pleasure to browse.
4-11-2013 - Forgotten World Adventures
Forgotten World Adventures offer a rail tour with a difference with tours that depart from Taumarunui or Stratford, and are the best way to explore rural NZ. Their website features stunning imagery highlighting the natural beauty of the area and is beautifully presented and easily navigated.
4-11-2013 - Kapiti Tours
Kapiti Tours offer Kapiti Island tours with a unique opportunity to observe an abundance of native birds, many of which are extremely scarce on the mainland. Their website has recently been rebuilt and is easy to use and navigate featuring great information and fantastic imagery.
» View all the previous winners of the Top Tourism Site Award.