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Radio New Zealand interviews on the trails

In case you missed it, Central Otago’s cycle trails have certainly been in the media a lot recently, with both the current and future plans being celebrated. Here are some links to recent interviews conducted by Radio NZ on the success of the trails and the future network aspirations. 

Stuff Travel Content

There has also been an increased amount of Central Otago content coming through Stuff recently.  Following a partnership between Tourism New Zealand, Tourism Central Otago and Stuff to deliver a wide range of travel content on the region. The ‘Go To Guide’ is an interactive guide to all things Central Otago;

In addition, this week has also seen a number of Central Otago articles appearing in Stuff following a series of hosted media visits:

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