Tourism for All NZ is a research group who champion accessible tourism in New Zealand.
This paper provides “insights into the current and future scope of accessible tourism in New Zealand from the perspectives of its stakeholders.” It argues that “New Zealand’s tourism industry generally fails to acknowledge the importance of the access market”, and it aims to assist with “aligning the industry on a pathway towards achieving the necessary awareness and collaboration required in order to offer accessible tourism experiences to all.” To learn more, please visit the Tourism for All NZ research repository for the full article.
Gillovic, B., & McIntosh, A. (2015). Stakeholder perspectives of the future of accessible tourism in New Zealand. Journal of Tourism Futures, 1(3), 223–239. https://doi.org/10.1108/jtf-04-2015-0013