The mountains that provide visitors with their snowboarding and skiing fix during winter offer endless opportunities for hiking and mountain biking in the warmer months, with such jaw dropping beauty in every direction, it is a prime place to explore in detail. From short strolls to challenging tracks. Queenstown has it all.
Take a cruise on the lake on the steam ship TSS Earnslaw known as ‘The Lady of the Lake’, and the last remaining coal fired passenger vessel operating in the southern hemisphere. Cruises can be combined with stops at Walter Peak High Country Farm, a working sheep station where you can watch shearing demonstrations and dogs at work. Enjoy lunch, morning and afternoon teas whilst you admire the extensive gardens.
Enjoy a game of golf on the championship course at ‘Jacks Point’, ‘Millbrook’ or ‘Kelvin Heights’, take in the wineries of the region as you travel along the Gibbston Valley, check out the art galleries, soak in some hot pools whilst soaking up the views or enjoy a day spa or massage.
Queenstown is the resort that never sleeps, the streets are alive during the evenings with more than 100 places to dine, with live music and street entertainment, and plenty of places to have a drink.