About Queenstown

Queenstown sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps. Renowned for adventure sports, it’s also a base for exploring the region’s vineyards and historic mining towns. There is bungee jumping off Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge and jet-boating on the Shotover and Dart rivers. In winter, there's skiing on the slopes of The Remarkables and Coronet Peak. The Skyline Gondola carries passengers to Bob’s Peak for views of the mountains and Lake Wakatipu. The Queenstown Trail is a cycle path following lakes, rivers, and vineyards, while the Routeburn Track is a high mountain hike heading into the glacial landscapes of Fiordland. In Queenstown, visitors cruise the lake aboard the coal-fired TSS Earnslaw steamship or take scenic helicopter flights. In nearby Arrowtown, the Lakes District Museum examines the region's 19th-century gold rush. Excursions from Queenstown also include the 300 km road trip to Milford Sound, a steep-sided fjord with boat cruises and kayaking.
Milford Sound

Milford Sound is a fiord in the southwest of New Zealand's South Island within Fiordland National Park and New Zealand's most famous tourist destination. Milford Sound is home to a variety of marine mammals, seals, and the southernmost wild population of bottlenose dolphins. The humpback and southern right whales are increasingly observed along with penguins are also common as it is a breeding site for the Fiordland penguin.
Coronet Peak

Coronet Peak is a commercial skifield in Queenstown. Stunning high points and rolling trails offer seasoned skiers and riders something to really get your teeth into. For those new to the snow, dedicated learner and novice areas make finding your snow feet easy. Coronet Peak is also the Home of Night Ski in New Zealand. Enjoy Après Ski, Queenstown style with epic sunsets, great vibes, and laps of the mountain after dark.
Skyline Queenstown  

Take a ride in Queenstown’s iconic Skyline Gondola and immerse yourself in spectacular panoramic views of Queenstown and the surrounding mountains. Skyline offers plenty of other attractions like walking tracks, mountain biking trails, cultural experiences, adventure activities, and great dining options, all with unsurpassed scenic views.
Lake Wakatipu

Lake Wakatipu is an inland lake in the southwest corner of the Otago region and the largest lake in New Zealand. Lake Wakatipu fills a deep valley carved into the mountains by ancient glaciers. Lake Wakatipu offers year-round trout fishing the mouths of the Greenstone and Lochy Rivers are particularly rewarding.
Lake Wanaka

Lake Wānaka is New Zealand's fourth-largest lake and the dialect pronunciation of wānanga, which means the lore of the tohunga or priest or a place of learning. Lake Wānaka lies in a u-shaped valley formed by glacial erosion during the last ice age, more than 10,000 years ago. Lake Wanaka is perfect for jet boaters, sailors, and kayakers to explore. It is home to world-class events such as international triathlons to music and arts festivals.
Edith Cavell Bridge

Edith Cavell Bridge is an iconic bridge over the Shotover River in the Otago region. The historic bridge is a short drive from both Queenstown and Arrowtown and is the home of the thrilling Shotover Jet Boat activity. The bridge is registered by Heritage New Zealand as a Category I heritage structure.
Hollyford Track

Hollyford Track is a tramping track located at the northern edge of Fiordland and is accessible year-round. The track is 56 kilometers in length and follows the course of the Hollyford River / Hollyford Valley. The track runs through lowland forest, with views of surrounding mountains. Wildlife visible from the track include seals, penguins, and herons.
Skippers Canyon

Skippers Canyon is a historic and scenic gorge known for its scenic roads. Skippers Road clings to the side of Skippers Canyon, which drops vertically to the Shotover River, once known as "the richest river in the world". There is rafting on the Shotover River, jet boating with Skippers Canyon Jet, and 4WD adventures to Skippers.
Routeburn Track

Routeburn Track is a world-renowned, 32 km tramping track on the South Island of New Zealand. The track spends a long time on the high ridges around Harris Saddle, with great long-distance views in many directions. There are a variety of New Zealand native birds to be seen on and near the track. Parrots like the kaka and kea can often be seen and heard and are quite large in comparison to the yellow-crowned parakeet.
Hydro Attack

Hydro Attack offers the ultimate blend of shark and machine on Lake Wakatipu. Reaching speeds of 80 kph on the water and 40 kph diving under the water, experience a one-on-one ride with one of our friendly and experienced pilots in the semi-submersible shark.
Best Time To Visit Queenstown

The best time to visit Queenstown is from December to February and when the weather is sunny.

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