Queenstown is a truly international resort, situated on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, surrounded by rugged mountain peaks and majestic lakes.

It boasts excellent shops and boutiques selling a great range of souvenirs, jewellery, art and clothing. Nightlife is varied with stylish wine bars, live jazz, top DJ's, and plenty of bars serving locally brewed beer or après ski in front of a roaring log fire.

Known as New Zealand's adventure capital, Queenstown has something for everyone. For the adrenaline junkies there is bungy jumping, jet boating, white water rafting, skydiving, paragliding and much, much more. For those who are after a more relaxing getaway, the area also offers a multitude of tracks for walking and bicycling, many golf courses, or just leisurely lake cruises, scenic flights, with wineries and fashionable cafes and restaurants to enjoy.

  • Booking Services
  • Getting the best deal in a new town is key to making your holiday more memorable. Jude and Ian are your Queenstown locals with all the best advice on what’s hot and what’s not in town. Talk to them about booking your activities whether that be a Bungy jump, heli-skiing, horse-riding, or jet-boating and much much more.


Lake Wakatipu is crowing jewel of Queenstown. Head out on the steam ship Earnslaw, ho jet boating, or even take a swim!


Queenstown boasts everything from serious downhill tracks to wonderful cruising for the whole family.


From the colours of Autumn to the white capped mountains of winter - Queenstown is a destination for all seasons.


Queenstown is the capital of year round events from Jazz, Light and Colour, Comedy, Marathon, and of course the craziness of Winter Festival

Day trips

There is so much to do whether it is Arrowtown, Glenorchy, Wanaka or a days wine tasting in the famous Gibbston Valley of the Vines.


Fine dining, the best cafe in New Zealand, luxury shopping, an refined aprés ski drink or dance till the wee hours of the morning!


Coronet Peak and The Remarkables are less than 20 minutes from your door, Cardrona is only an hour or how about the ultimate days heli-skiing.


Queenstown has five 18 hole golf course all within a few minutes of your front door. From the beautiful Kelvin Heights Pennisula or the exclusive The Hills Club.


Central Otago is famous for it's Pinot Noir wines. Take a day out with wine tasting in Gibbston or further afield to Bannockburn or Bendigo.


What is your poison? Jet boating, para-gliding, Bungy jumping, sky-diving, white-water rafting - you name it, Queenstown has got it!