A second strong month of international visitor arrivals in October 2011 has seen the Rugby World Cup 2011 forecasts well surpassed for New Zealand tourism. Statistics show that 16.8 per cent more visitors arrived in New Zealand from overseas during October 2011 than the same month last year.
Tournament organiser Rugby New Zealand 2011 thanked the people of New Zealand for the way they embraced the seventh Rugby World Cup and contributed to its success.
Tournament organiser Rugby New Zealand 2011 (RNZ 2011) today announced it had achieved its revenue target with two matches still to be played at the seventh Rugby World Cup.
• Record New Zealand television audience watch New Zealand defeat Australia • Biggest Australian television audience since RWC 2003 • 73 per cent audience share in France as Les Bleus book Final place • Highest audience of RWC 2011 in UK sees France beat Wales
The Rugby World Cup 2011 is boosting hotel performance in Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand, according to data from STR Global.
All eyes will be on Eden Park this weekend as Australia, France, New Zealand and Wales bid to reach the Rugby World Cup 2011 Final and keep alive their hopes of lifting the coveted Webb Ellis Cup.
Rugby World Cup will break new ground on Sunday when the 20 teams, management, match officials and Tournament organisers unite to show their support for the International Rugby Board’s Anti-Doping education programme.
Rugby’s biggest stage set to support Rugby in Christchurch. Donations to rebuild Rugby infrastructure at all levels. Richie McCaw to be the face of the Appeal.
Rugby World Cup 2011 ready to go declares Tournament owner. Ticket sales on track. Revenue hits NZ$246m. Spectacular Opening Ceremony promised, fans urged to get there before 7pm. Opening Match will be biggest Rugby crowd in NZ in more than 50 years
Interest in New Zealand continues to surge, as sports fans search for the best travel deals ahead of the Rugby World Cup, which kicks off tomorrow.
Four premier Kiwi singers have been confirmed for the anthem singing roles at the two semi-finals of Rugby World Cup 2011 (RWC 2011).
All 48 matches of Rugby World Cup 2011 will be available live on television to fans in Antarctica, Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) has announced.