Welcome to New Zealand’s first - and only - dedicated luxury holiday and corporate travel magazine... and a 5-star opportunity. Like the exotic places it features, LUXURY Holidays & Corporate Travel magazine is a special and unique publication and we hope that you’ll join us on our journey.


Primary and anecdotal research has highlighted a significant and growing sector of the holiday and corporate travel market that prefers, or aspires to explore unique and luxurious destinations. Until now, no publication in New Zealand has directly targeted this growing market of discerning travellers.

LUXURY Holidays & Corporate Travel is New Zealand's premier travel magazine and the only publication dedicated to the luxury and corporate traveller. Published twice yearly, the print distribution is 8,000 and the digital distribution is 55,000.


We distribute to premium databases, Qantas, Emirates and Air New Zealand airport lounges in New Zealand, Qantas First and Business Class lounges and Air New Zealand's lounges in Australia, Corporate Jets, Corporate Cabs, premium lodges and hotels, magazine retailers and by subscription.

Current and past advertisers include Qantas, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa Private Jet, Royal Brunei Airlines, Northern Territories Tourism, Western Australia Tourism, Oman Tourism, Tahiti Tourism, Daimler Chrysler, Mercedes, Maserati, Montblanc, North Star Cruises Australia Cruises, Burj Al Arab, Oman Tourism, Palazzo Versace, Starwood, Hilton Hotels, Voyages Resorts, Sofitel to name a few.

Interesting facts from the latest Nielsen readership survey:

  1. Even in these interesting economic times, 92% of New Zealander's have not stopped reading magazines and count it as a preferred indulgence. 

  2. 1 in every 10 baskets in a supermarket has a magazine in it (greater than categories such as wine, beer, chocolate and ice-cream).

  3. Magazines are now reaching more affluent households compared to this time last year.

  4. Magazines also provide access to important audiences that are difficult to engage with otherwise such as those that don't read newspapers, listen to the radio or are light TV watchers.  

  5. The average household income of heavy magazine readers is 40% higher than that of heavy TV consumers.  

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