Ms Nicole Walker | CEO
Arinex is an award-winning destination management company with expertise in developing extraordinary, memorable, and inspiring programs for their clients. They customise every program to their clients’ requirements and budget with a focus on meticulous pre-event planning and exceptional program delivery.
Their extensive knowledge across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji ensures attendees encounter local experiences to immerse themselves in the unique cultural environments. They are experts in incentives, award nights, meetings and events and will work collaboratively to make your next experience remarkable.
As Australia’s first destination management company to be certified carbon neutral by Climate Active, they continue to seek quality environmental providers that will enhance visitor experiences and event outcomes.
Whether you need specialist support for accommodation, group tours and activities or a bespoke incentive program or technology solution that is sure to impress, Arinex has the creativity and expertise to bring your vision to life.
New Zealand's awesome landscapes, lush forests, amazing wildlife and pleasant climate make it a haven for many outdoor activities; and a great place to unwind. New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated, and multicultural; and the honesty, friendliness, and openness of Kiwis will impress you.
The great advantage of New Zealand is that all of its diverse physical, cultural, and artistic landscapes are so close to each other! For about 70 million years New Zealand has been separate from other land masses and for all but the last 1500 years, it has been uninhabited by humans.
During that long isolation, unique forests and plant communities developed and ancient plants survived long after they had disappeared from the rest of the world. Some ancient and primitive animals also found a sanctuary in New Zealand. New Zealand is a young land with perhaps the youngest human culture in the world.
In the time since the world began, New Zealand's emergence from the sea accounts for only a couple of yesterdays and it was the last land to be discovered and settled. The impact on the landscape of the first race here, the Maori, was limited and only in the last 100 years or so has the arrival of the Europeans substantially altered the primeval nature of the country.
The land is the prime source of New Zealand's wealth. It is one of the most productive pastoral countries on earth and its industrial history is short, beginning in a significant way around World War II and broadening into major projects only in the last couple of decades. It is still mostly a country of forest and open farmland, with high hills and higher mountains ever present in the background.
Great natural beauty, small towns, modest cities, few people and an egalitarian democracy give it an air of unhurried prosperity. To say it has many elements of a South Seas paradise is not to overstate its virtues. New Zealand is remarkable for the elegant stairways of terraces flanking the large valleys of both islands. New Zealanders like to say that their country offers so much scenic variety that there is nothing to be seen anywhere in the world which cannot be seen here.
Arrowtown's History Alive
Take your guests a step back in time to the magic of the gold rush era. Enjoy gourmet cuisine and interactive entertainment . This is a unique entertainment experience where groups join the locals and 'experience a gold mining town.
Dinner at the Moonlight Country Barn
Moonlight Country Barn is nestled on a beautiful 320 hectare (800 acre) working farm and can be transformed into any dining theme! Rural, Lord of the Rings (Middle Earth), M.A.S.H, Night of a Thousand Stars, Gold Rush, Golden Awards Evenings, Mid Winter Wonderland, New Zealand Culture, Sophistication & Elegance, Decadence & tête-à-tête. The farm’s animals can be used if suitable and a truly memorable evening can be created!
Dinner at Auckland Museum
Standing in the heart of Auckland Domain and occupying one of New Zealand’s finest heritage buildings.. The Grand Foyer with dramatic columns and ornate stained glass ceiling is a stylish location for seated dinners. Inside the Museum, lighting and entertainment can be used to create a contemporary New Zealand theme.
Dinner at Sky Tower
At 328 metres high, Sky Tower is the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere, offering unrivalled views of Auckland city and the surrounding harbour.
Maori Dinner Experience
The guests are lead into a rustic, exclusive themed setting and welcomed by an entire cast of Traditional Maori dancers and Warriors – all performing a Haka Powhiri for the group . The cultural group can perform a selection of war dances and cultural songs for guests before their meal of either a traditional Hangi meal (Maori BBQ cooked in the earth) or an indigenously inspired, three course plated meal.
Dinner at a Vineyard
New Zealand produces a full range of favoured wine styles from full-bodied reds and deep fruity whites through to sparkling, dessert and fortified styles. The combination of gourmet food, sophisticated event decoration, entertainment and wine from the surrounding fields, together with fantastic views can make a memorable night for your group.
City Sights of Auckland
Sailing on Auckland Harbour
Visit Waiheke Island
Waitakere Ranges & Waimauku Valley
Geothermal Wonders Of Rotorua
White Water Rafting on the Kaituna River
4WD Adventure to Skippers Canyon
Jetboating on the Dart River
Bridge Climb / Sailing Regatta / White Water Rafting / Fishing
Maori Wood Carvings
New Zealand Wine Packs
Eden Park Convention Centre – Auckland
Auckland Convention Centre
Christchurch Convention Centre
Wellington Convention & Exhibition Centre