Take a gondola ride to this stunning park perched high above Queenstown. Once at the top, you can dine while enjoying panoramic views, watch a live Kiwi haka show to experience a taste of Maori culture or spend time stargazing. When you're ready, whizz back into town on a luge.
Explore the smooth, mirror-like waters of Lake Wakatipu from the comfort of a cruise boat or try paddle boarding or kayaking. Lake Wakatipu is New Zealand’s longest lake. Its distinctive Z-shape and lake seiche (standing waves that gives the impression the lake has a heartbeat) makes it a magical place to visit.
Reach Marine Parade via Queenstown Gardens and find yourself on an idyllic beach, perfect for a quiet stroll or a few hours sunbathing. Visit the Queenstown Fallen Soldiers Memorial, stop for a bite to eat in a famous cafe or check out notable events like the opening night fireworks of Queenstown Winter Festival.
Set off on an alpine adventure by following Routeburn Track, a world-renowned tramping track through a series of scenic landscapes. Stroll through meadows, wild gardens and tranquil tarns to be rewarded with fantastic views of sweeping valleys and grand mountain ranges. Be sure to check the weather before heading out.
Experience one of New Zealand’s most beautiful natural attractions with a trip to Milford Sound fjord. Found deep within Fiordland National Park, this stunning fjord was carved by glaciers during the last Ice Age. This area is also known for mighty mountains, lush rainforests, and waterfalls. On a trip here, you might even spot fur seals, dolphins, or penguins.