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Queenstown Guide

Need to know

Picturesque landscapes, adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities and a cool arts and culture scene make Queenstown an adventurer’s dream. Located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu on New Zealand’s South Island, travellers flock to Queenstown from across the globe for its glacial beauty and warm welcome.

There are many hiking trails in the mountainous region surrounding Queenstown. Hike along the strikingly beautiful Lake Wakatipu for serene views, or head up Queenstown Hill for amazing panoramic views. The Ben Lomond Track, which takes a little longer to complete, also offers stunning views of the area. One of the best places in the world for outdoor activities, Queenstown is also the perfect place to try your hand at extreme sports. Get your heart racing with white water rafting, bungy jumping, jet boating, ziplining, skydiving, paragliding, and more.

Tantalise your tastebuds with the flavours of Queenstown’s diverse eateries. Spanning from indulgent European cuisines through to aromatic Asian fare, there’s a dish for almost every taste. Queenstown is also known for its booming wine industry, with a number of different wine varieties grown and bottled across the wider region. Unwind after a long day’s adventuring with a glass of locally produced wine from one of around 200 wineries in the surrounding area.
At night, the city’s bars and clubs come to life, with locals and international travellers partying well into the night.

Queenstown is also home to some of New Zealand's premier skiing and snowboarding areas. There are a total of six skiing and snowboarding areas, the most popular being Coronet Peak and The Remarkables. Advanced skiers and boarders rave about the snow at Treble Cone, the South Island's biggest ski area, while younger riders and skiers flock to Cardrona Ski Field for family-friendly fun.

Getting around

It’s easy to get around central Queenstown on foot, but, it’s best to take a bus or hire a car if you want to travel further afield. Many resorts and event companies in Queenstown offer coach trips to popular tourist sites like Te Anau, Manapouri and Milford Sound. Local Connectabus services are also a reliable and affordable way to navigate Queenstown and surrounding areas.

Best time to visit Queenstown

The best time to visit Queenstown is during the summer months (December to February), as the days are long and full of sunshine, and temperatures are relatively mild. Although the weather during the shoulder seasons can be quite unpredictable, you can find cheaper rates towards the end of autumn and still enjoy mild weather. Winter is a popular time to visit among skiing fanatics, as the snow and crisp, clean air make for excellent skiing and snowboarding conditions.

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Queenstown Airport

Situated 8 km from the CBD, Queenstown Airport is the fourth busiest airport in New Zealand. The airport welcomes flights from Australia and domestic airports in New Zealand only. Direct flights are available from Australia with services beginning in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. 

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Need to know

Picturesque landscapes, adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities and a cool arts and culture scene make Queenstown an adventurer’s dream. Located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu on New Zealand’s South Island, travellers flock to Queenstown from across the globe for its glacial beauty and warm welcome.

There are many hiking trails in the mountainous region surrounding Queenstown. Hike along the strikingly beautiful Lake Wakatipu for serene views, or head up Queenstown Hill for amazing panoramic views. The Ben Lomond Track, which takes a little longer to complete, also offers stunning views of the area. One of the best places in the world for outdoor activities, Queenstown is also the perfect place to try your hand at extreme sports. Get your heart racing with white water rafting, bungy jumping, jet boating, ziplining, skydiving, paragliding, and more.

Tantalise your tastebuds with the flavours of Queenstown’s diverse eateries. Spanning from indulgent European cuisines through to aromatic Asian fare, there’s a dish for almost every taste. Queenstown is also known for its booming wine industry, with a number of different wine varieties grown and bottled across the wider region. Unwind after a long day’s adventuring with a glass of locally produced wine from one of around 200 wineries in the surrounding area.
At night, the city’s bars and clubs come to life, with locals and international travellers partying well into the night.

Queenstown is also home to some of New Zealand's premier skiing and snowboarding areas. There are a total of six skiing and snowboarding areas, the most popular being Coronet Peak and The Remarkables. Advanced skiers and boarders rave about the snow at Treble Cone, the South Island's biggest ski area, while younger riders and skiers flock to Cardrona Ski Field for family-friendly fun.

Getting around

It’s easy to get around central Queenstown on foot, but, it’s best to take a bus or hire a car if you want to travel further afield. Many resorts and event companies in Queenstown offer coach trips to popular tourist sites like Te Anau, Manapouri and Milford Sound. Local Connectabus services are also a reliable and affordable way to navigate Queenstown and surrounding areas.

The best time to visit Queenstown is during the summer months (December to February), as the days are long and full of sunshine, and temperatures are relatively mild. Although the weather during the shoulder seasons can be quite unpredictable, you can find cheaper rates towards the end of autumn and still enjoy mild weather. Winter is a popular time to visit among skiing fanatics, as the snow and crisp, clean air make for excellent skiing and snowboarding conditions.

Queenstown Airport

Situated 8 km from the CBD, Queenstown Airport is the fourth busiest airport in New Zealand. The airport welcomes flights from Australia and domestic airports in New Zealand only. Direct flights are available from Australia with services beginning in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. 

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