Queenstown Travel Guides - Category: Seasons
Our definitive guide to skiing New Zealand's premium ski area. Coronet Peak has world class slopes and facilities - plus the very special experience of night skiing.
The Remarks have something for everyone from perfect learner and family slopes to serious off-piste chutes and powder. Check out our guide to everything on the Remarkables ski area.
If there’s one thing we love about Queenstown, it’s the distinct change in seasons. Queenstown boasts four seasons, each one brings something quite unique to see, do and enjoy.
There is already a buzz in the air. Ski season is here, and locals and visitors are hitting the slopes. If you’re planning a winter holiday to Queenstown, here’s what you need to know.
Whitebait is a New Zealand delicacy, our very own caviar or truffle. We try it out and give you the low-down on getting your fill in Queenstown
After the cold days of winter, spring brings us warm weather, long days and new life bursting from all the trees. We just love Spring in Queenstown
Be prepared for when the talk of snowfalls, ski passes and suitable excuses for blagging work on a powder day takes hold of Queenstown
Travel the length of New Zealand and we guarantee you won’t find anywhere else like Queenstown.
Take it slow and catch the colours of autumn by bike - hillsides an implausible array of orange, brown, yellow and gold. It’s breathtakingly beautiful and it doesn’t last for long.
It's hard to deny that Queenstown is a photogenic kind of place. And when winter hits, our little alpine town turns on the magic that brings photographers flocking.