DISCOVER NEW ZEALAND TOURISM APP
The Discover New Zealand Tourism app is the perfect companion for your New Zealand vacation or sight-seeing tour.
The free App has a growing range of clips and tour guides available in the North and South Islands.
FREE TEXT & VIDEO STORIES
Over 700 short geo-located video clips. Read, listen or watch stories of local attractions, sights, things to do, Maori culture, famous people and “what happened where you are”. If you’re learning about New Zealand, use our History slider to take a step back in time and learn about important events.
Updated maps and content to show you activities and attractions as you travel in our cities and around the country.
Download favourite videos for offline viewing to save data usage on the road.
VIDEO TOUR GUIDES & MAPS
Official video tour guide for attractions such as Whakarewarewa the Living Maori Village in Rotorua, the Church of Good Shepherd in Lake Tekapo and the Otago Central Rail Trail.
360 DEGREE VIEWS
Interactive 360 degree viewing as well as flyovers included in some tour guides.
CHINESE VERSION 中文版
Examples of video tour guides within the App:
The Church of Good Shepherd
Central Otago Rail Trail
“DISCOVER” IN MAORI. OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE A DYNAMIC STOREHOUSE OF INTERACTIVE STORIES ACCESSIBLE WHERE PEOPLE ARE LOCATED, RATHER THAN LOCKED AWAY IN LIBRARIES, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OR ARCHIVES.”
GORDON DUNCAN – DIRECTOR, TUHURA LTD
WHAT WE OFFER
Our dedicated employees are happy to assist you with know-how and experience in creating interactive digital experiencesfor tourism businesses, indigenous communities and educational institutions.
PROMOTING YOUR ATTRACTIONS
The Discover New Zealand Tourism App already features the majority of NZ’s foremost attractions. Contact us to have your attractions included.
VIDEO & TOUR GUIDE PRODUCTION
Collaborate with us to create videos and digital tour guides for your attraction, event, community or items of interest.
IWI & SCHOOL?
LANGUAGE & CULTURE
If you’re an iwi, school or training establishment, participate with us in story telling to enable rangatahi (youth) to connect with their history and whenua (land).