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Queenstown

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Queenstown

Located in the middle of Central Otago. Queenstown is situated on the shores of the beautiful Lake Wakatipu described as one of the most scenic settings in the world and thus New Zealand's most popular tourist destination.
Queenstown, New Zealand

Major Attractions

Ski fields, Adventure Activities, Lake Cruises.

Accommodation Guide

Queenstown has a wide range of accommodation, bed & breakfast, motels, hotels

Activity Guide

Queenstown offers so much for all to do.

Shopping Guide

Boutique shops, or outdoor clothing & equipment, Queenstown offers excellent shopping.

Wine & Food Guide

Queenstown offers a wide range of excellent cuisine experiences. Central Otago is also one of the fastest growing wine regions in New Zealand.

Transport Guide

There are many options to get to Queenstown and to get around while you are visiting.

Tourism Services

Experienced assistance available to help you with the many choices available.
 

Skiing Queenstown

Queenstown is a top skiing and snowboarding destination.

Key Facts

Population: 9,000
Average Daily Temperatures:
max / min Summer (Dec-Feb): 22°C / 10°C
  Autumn (Mar-May): 16°C / 6°C
  Winter (Jun-Aug): 9°C / 0°C
  Spring (Sept-Nov): 17°C / 5°C
Average Annual Rainfall: 913mm

 




Points of Interest Nearby

Arrowtown - 21kms from Queenstown and is an ideal place for a half day excursion. The old goldmining town provides an interesting journey back in time with its memorabilia of the era as well as boutiques and cafes.

Glenorchy - The small settlement of Glenorchy is a 45minute drive from Queenstown and has amazing views of Lake Wakatipu.

Cromwell - A pleasant little town on the main route between Wanaka and Queenstown, Cromwell has developed from a large-scale mining area into a service centre for an extensive farming and fruit growing area.


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