Queenstown Travel Guides - Tagged: Queenstown
Not surprisingly Queenstown boast many internationally recognised day spas to soak away the aches and pains or get a massage, beauty treatment or maybe a touch of post adrenalin yoga.
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.
70 years of Coronet Peak - we look back on where it all started!
With so many activities to do in Queenstown, many visitors miss out on what’s going on outside Queenstown! Here is our guide to 5 of the best day trips within easy reach.
The Queenstown Winter Festival festival runs for a week with loads of different activities and events - too many to make in one year. So here is our little local guide to the some of our favourite events.
What to do when you step off the plane and out of the airport. How to get around Queenstown. Segways, Water taxis, buses and bikes!
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.
There are some occasions when only a cocktail will do. With million dollar views and world-class bars, Queenstown is the perfect place for a brightly coloured drink from a fancy glass.
Visiting Queenstown this summer? Check out our guide to hottest live music in Queenstown for this summer
Known as the ‘lake that breathes’, Lake Wakatipu features its very own ‘tide’, despite being landlocked. What causes the breathing lake and what does a terrible giant have to do with it?