Queenstown is the adventure capital of the world and the list of ‘adventures’ is extensive.
During the winter months skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of the Remarkables and Coronet Peak, within 20 minutes drive, and about an hour away Wanaka are Cardrona and Treble Cone Ski Fields and the Waiorau Snow Farm. For the more proficient Heli Skiing is also an option.
Year round – what takes your fancy – Bungy Jumping, Sky Diving, Paragliding, river rafting, jet boating, mountain biking, hunting or something a little less exciting – golf, tennis, guided walks, fishing, cycling.
Then there are garden tours, wine trails, scenic flights, trips to Milford and Doubtful Sounds or a cruise on Lake Wakatipu in the TSS Earnslaw across to Walter peak Station for a coffee, lunch or dinner.
In April there is the Arrowtown Autumn Festival or in June the Queenstown Winter Festival which is packed full of entertainment for all ages. There are weekly Art, Craft and Farmers’ markets.
Arrowtown is a must for a visit and a trip up the Skyline Gondola. Queenstown has an impressive selection of Cafés, Bars, Restaurants and Night Clubs to suit all tastes.
Sue is a keen golfer, tennis and bridge player and would be pleased to arrange games for those who are interested. The Kelvin Heights Golf Club on the Peninsula across the water from The B & B on the Hill is one of the most scenic Golf Clubs in the world. There are several other courses within a few kilometres of Queenstown.
For further information about any of the above activities please contact Destination Queenstown
Exclusive high country guided walks available upon request.