Queenstown Travel Guides - Category: Lake
Known as the ‘lake that breathes’, Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown New Zealand features its very own ‘tide’, despite being landlocked. It's rumored that a great Taniwha's (giant's) heart still beats at the bottom of the lake causing its mysterious ebb and flow...
Dial back the adrenalin when in Queenstown and enjoy a thoroughly relaxing visit on the TSS Earnslaw, enjoying the vistas from the waters of the Wakatipu and visiting Walter Peak Station
Queenstown's best apartments are offering a special rate on accommodation after the Covid-19 Lockdown has been lifted, so you can reunite, reconnect and rediscover friends and family in one location. Come Stay and Play in Queenstown!
Looking to stretch your legs and get out for a day walk around Queenstown? Here are our 4 top walks around the Wakatipu along the Queenstown Trails!
Come Stay and Play at Spinnaker Bay Apartments in Queenstown and enjoy our fabulously renovated kitchens, offering spectacular views of Lake Wakatipu and beyond, in a great social environment. Come Stay and Play!
A fun visual snapshot of Queenstown 'Then' and 'Now" - Come and stay, play and experience Queenstown with us!
Introducing our playful, inquisitive, fun and entertaining alpine mountain parrot - the Kea! That's until you return from you ski to find your wiper blade missing. If you are in Queenstown and up skiing, and have the good fortune to see a Kea in flight or near your car - don't approach... here's why!
Jet boating is a Queenstown must do for every visitor. In this guide we learn more about Queenstown's fascination with the jet boat.
Lake Wakatipu is cold but that’s no excuse to not get ON the water. With so many water activities on offer in Queenstown, don’t leave town until you’ve had a Lake Wakatipu experience.