Queenstown Travel Guides - Tagged: Queenstown
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?
Why would anyone want to throw themselves off a perfectly good bridge with only an elastic band to save them from certain death?
When we say that Arrowtown is a ‘must-do’ on your Queenstown sightseeing list, we’re not kidding - a charming, quaint and lovingly preserved historic gold town nestled alongside the Arrow River
Travel the length of New Zealand and we guarantee you won’t find anywhere else like Queenstown.
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.
New Zealand and in particular Queenstown is winning the social media stakes for Best Country in the World - hands down!
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.
Unless you were living under a rock in the early 2000s, you probably heard of a movie franchise called The Lord of The Rings. Movies made in Queenstown.
Grab your camera, it’s time to take a road trip to Glenorchy. Some locations are as much about the journey as they are about the destination. And that couldn’t be truer for the journey to the small lakeside settlement of Glenorchy. Located 45 minutes west of Queenstown, Glenorchy sits quietly on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, a stone’s throw from the mouth of the Dart River.
A visit to Queenstown isn’t all about bungy jumping and ski fields. Why not go for a day cruise on the TSS Earnslaw?