Population 2013 Census:
- There are 2,781 occupied dwellings and 1,752 unoccupied dwellings in Wanaka.
- There are 906 occupied dwellings and 363 unoccupied dwellings in Hawea.
For more census information go to Statistics New Zealand
Lakes and Rivers Information:
- Lake Wanaka - 311 m deep, 45.5 km long, 192 sq km, 4th largest lake in New Zealand.
- Lake Hawea - 393 m deep, 35 km long,
- Average water temperature 8.9°C - 20.0°C
- Lake Wanaka 277 m
- Lake Hawea 342 m
- Mount Aspiring 3,033 m
- Mount Roy 1,578 m
- Mount Iron 740 m
- Treble Cone 2,058 m
- Black Peak 2,289 m
The Clutha River
- Largest river by volume in New Zealand, 560 cubic metres / second, 338 km long, catchment area 20,802 sq km
Year Ended December 2016 Highlights:
- Guest nights rose 9.7% to 815,666
- International guest nights rose 14.4% to 501,061
- Domestic guest nights rose 3.0% to 314,605
- The average length of stay decreased 2.09% to 2.09 nights
- The overall occupancy rate rose from 31.0% to 36.3%
- The occupancy rate, excluding holiday parks, was 64.6% for the year
ended December 2016
For further information on statistics we suggest you refer to the Ministry of Tourism research website.
For here for the Commercial Accommodation Monitor
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