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Auckland on top again


Auckland on top again.

North Island’s 2012 top spots revealed

AUCKLAND – 16 January 2013: The North Island of New Zealand has dominated leading travel website Wotif.co.nz’s annual top destinations list for the third year in a row.

With seven destinations in the top ten, the North Island has maintained its position as the most booked region last year.

The top five destinations in the North Island for 2012, based on bookings on Wotif.co.nz, included Auckland and Wellington which came in on top, followed by Rotorua, Taupo and Hamilton consecutively.

Top 5 North Island destinations:

1. Auckland

2. Wellington

3. Rotorua

4. Taupo

5. Hamilton

Top 10 New Zealand Destinations in 2012


2012

2011

Auckland

1

1

Wellington

2

2

Queenstown

3

3

Christchurch

4

4

Rotorua

5

5

Dunedin

6

6

Taupo

7

7

Hamilton

8

8

Napier

9

9

Palmerston North

10

11


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