Increase in visitor spending

Twelve percent increase compared with the year to April 2017.

Twelve percent increase compared with the year to April 2017.

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Tourists spent $152 million in Gisborne in the year to April, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment estimates show.

That was an increase of 12 percent compared with the year to April 2017.

Domestic tourists spent $122m, up 12 percent from the previous year, and international visitors spent $30 million, up 14 percent on the previous year.

Tourists in Gisborne spent $12m in April, up 8 percent from April 2017.

Across New Zealand tourists spent $28,519m in the year to April, up by 9 percent compared to the previous year ending April 2017.

Tourists spent $2368m in April, up 1 percent from April 2017.

Tourists spent $152 million in Gisborne in the year to April, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment estimates show.

That was an increase of 12 percent compared with the year to April 2017.

Domestic tourists spent $122m, up 12 percent from the previous year, and international visitors spent $30 million, up 14 percent on the previous year.

Tourists in Gisborne spent $12m in April, up 8 percent from April 2017.

Across New Zealand tourists spent $28,519m in the year to April, up by 9 percent compared to the previous year ending April 2017.

Tourists spent $2368m in April, up 1 percent from April 2017.

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