The 2022 Hospitality Report provides top line statistics on the hospitality industry.
With data sourced from Statistics New Zealand and the Restaurant Association, the 2022 Hospitality Report provides relevant data on the state of the hospitality industry.
- Annual sales for the year ended September 2022 bounced back to reach a record high of $13.38 billion. This is a return to pre-Covid trading levels and is up 7.7 per cent over the previous year.
- The food to go / takeaway sector had the largest growth in 2022, reaching $3.8 billion in annual sales (and posting sales $517 million more than 2021). This represents growth of 15.8 per cent.
- In 2022 the Queenstown-Lakes region had the largest percentage sales growth – 13.2 per cent. However, sales levels for this region are still some way off pre-Covid trading levels.
- The catering sector, which last year was decimated by the cancellation of events and functions, posted a percentage sales increase compared to 2021 of 8.4 per cent (for the year ended September 2022).
The 2022 Hospitality Report includes:
- Executive overview
- Industry sales data by sector (restaurants & cafés; pubs, taverns & bars; catering; food to go; and clubs), showing sales trend over previous 5 years
- Quarterly sales data – showing impact on the hospitality industry over 1st three quarters of 2022
- Industry outlet data – the number of businesses by sector (restaurants & cafés; pubs, taverns & bars; catering; food to go; and clubs), showing change in industry outlet numbers over previous 5 years
- Industry employee data – the number of people employed in the industry by sector (restaurants & cafés; pubs, taverns & bars; catering; food to go; and clubs), showing change in industry outlet numbers over previous 5 years
- Regional outlook for sales, outlets and employee numbers, covering the following regions: Northland Region, Auckland Region, Waikato Region, Bay of Plenty Region, Gisborne Region, Hawke’s Bay Region, Taranaki Region, Manawatu-Wanganui Region, Wellington Region, West Coast Region, Tasman Region, Nelson Region, Marlborough Region, Kaikoura, Canterbury Region excl Kaikoura, Otago Region excl Queenstown-Lakes, Queenstown-Lakes, Southland Region
- Insights from the 2022 Hospitality Industry Remuneration survey
Restaurant Association members can download the full free electronic copy of the 2022 Hospitality Report by clicking here.
If you are not a member of the Restaurant Association, the 2021 Hospitality Report is available for purchase to the wider industry for $150.00 +gst. Let us know if you’d like to talk to one of our team about becoming a member, or click here for more information.