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Nestled in the Southern Alps of New Zealand on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is the premier four season lake and alpine resort in the Southern Hemisphere and is rated as one of..
Shaped like a lightning bolt, Lake Wakatipu is the third largest lake in New Zealand. The Dart River flows into its northern end; the Kawarau River, beginning near Queenstown, handles its..
Located only 20 minutes from Queenstown is the beautiful Arrowtown.
The cry of “gold” in 1862, brought thousands of miners to the Arrow River, one of the world’s richest sources of..
The Gibbston Valley, also known as the 'Valley of the Vines', is one of the most scenic wine growing areas you'll ever encounter. Vineyards are sandwiched, sometimes precariously, between..
Bordered by the South West New Zealand World Heritage Area, Glenorchy is a pioneering town at the head of Lake Wakatipu.
The 45 kilometre drive from Queenstown offers breathtaking lake..
You need to allow a whole day to walk the Moonlight Track from the Skyline to Arthur's Point (or vice versa). It's not a loop, so transport will be required to get you home.
This magnificent, but challenging, alpine circuit lets you explore two river valleys at the head of Lake Wakatipu. It's described as a "four to five" day experience, because you can add a..
Starting at the edge of the road between Queenstown and Glenorchy, the three-hour loop walk to Sam Summers' Hut provides a fascinating glimpse of life as a gold prospector. This area was..
Skippers Road clings to the side of Skippers Canyon, which drops vertically to the Shotover River, once known as "the richest river in the world". Rental car companies won't allow their..
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