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Accommodation Survey: June 2012 key facts


Accommodation Survey: June 2012 key facts

For June 2012 compared with May 2012, after removing seasonal variation:
• New Zealand guest nights rose 4.0 percent, following a rise of 3.2 percent in May.
• Domestic guest nights rose 8.8 percent, while international guest nights rose 3.9 percent.
• North Island guest nights rose 6.6 percent, while South Island guest nights rose 1.9 percent.
• Guest nights rose for all accommodation types, but particularly for hotels.

National trends for domestic and international guest nights show moderate rises for recent months, but are subject to revision when upcoming months are added to the series.

Attached is information about the statistics released today.

Media release (pdf) Information release (pdf) Tables (xls)

(See attached file: AccommodationSurveyJun12MR.pdf)(See attached file: AccommodationSurveyJun12.pdf)(See attached file: as-jun12-tables.xls)


asjun12tables.xls

AccommodationSurveyJun12MR.pdf


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