Queenstown Travel Guides - Tagged: Queenstown
Known as the ‘lake that breathes’, Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown New Zealand features its very own ‘tide’, despite being landlocked. It's rumored that a great Taniwha's (giant's) heart still beats at the bottom of the lake causing its mysterious ebb and flow...
Dial back the adrenalin when in Queenstown and enjoy a thoroughly relaxing visit on the TSS Earnslaw, enjoying the vistas from the waters of the Wakatipu and visiting Walter Peak Station
It's hard to deny that the epic scenery in Queenstown, New Zealand at any time of year is nothing short of photogenic. But in late winter, it's simply spectacular. Beautiful soft winter light, the sun low on the horizon, and breathtaking landscapes combine for epic snapshots - these are our top tips for getting that great travel memory captured.
While Arrowtown is just a short 20 minute drive from Queenstown, it exists however in a different time zone! History, markets, cafe's, dining are all bundled together to deliver a fantastic day trip.
Travel a little further afield from Queenstown with these 4 great 1 day trips - Glenorchy, Milford Sounds, Kawarau Gorge and the Catlins
Yes.. the winter ski season 2020 in Queenstown NZ is open for business following an intense lockdown period. Here is up-to-date information on skiing and boarding on Cardrona and Treble Cone this 2020 winter season
Travelling to Queenstown, New Zealand and looking for the best Apartments and Accommodation and up to date information pertaining to: Level 2 - Covid-19 Reduce, then read this article with links to all the information you need.
There aren’t too many places on the planet that offer the opportunity to go 18 holes with a backdrop that will take your breath away. Here is our guide to Golf in Queenstown. Come back and visit our site for more in depth reviews of each course over the next few weeks
Looking for a change of scenery? Just down the road from Queenstown is Kawarau Gorge. Despite being less than 30 minutes from central Queenstown, the landscape of the gorge is in striking contrast to the vast lake and mountain views of the Wakatipu Basin.
But the best thing Queenstown doesn’t cost a thing. It’s free for everyone - we’re talking about the scenery! This is high definition, surround sound, 100% Mother Nature. And it's yours for free - a powerful thing and you will feel your soul healing in the crisp, clean air.