I really feel for you as the tourism sector has been hit incredibly hard, and the cancellation of the Central Districts Field Days probably didn’t help either!
I’d suggest reaching out to the Manawatu districts Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO) who are part of PNCC and I believe this is CEDA – Central Economic Development Agency, and they may be offering support to upskill tourism businesses on digital and social marketing skills… I’m on the Board of Destination Great Lake Taupo and we are offering this, as well as a virtual digital drop in clinic to get help!
You can also do a quick search on-line for people offering skills/training including managed services of your social sites… I did this and saw a few, some a free, some cost a minimal fee… and there are many more:
1) https://www.theclassroom.co.nz/ looks quite good for advice on FB, Insta and others and training
2) https://www.easysocialmedia.co.nz/pricing look like they manage your social activity with you for a monthly fee.
You should make sure you are listed on the visit Manawatu webpages, the local I-sites know you, you are registered on accommodation booking sites that include B&B’s eg booking.com etc, use your prior customers as a potential source of new customers / referrals, reach out to your local community as a place for their friends and family to stay if visiting versus staying with them!
Hope some of these ideas may help…