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Queenstown/Tāhuna | New Zealand

Queenstown is a busy tourism resort on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and is the Adventure Capital of New Zealand. It offers activities to suit a range of travellers, including bungy jumping, sky diving, skiing/snowboarding, wine tasting, cruises on Lake Wakatipu, horse riding, and much more.

  • Aerial view over Queenstown city with Lake Wakatipu and Remarkables mountain range in the background
  • View from ski field over Lake Wakatipu
  • The TSS Earnslaw steamship on the calm water of Lake Wakatipu
  • Paragliding high above Queenstown with Lake Wakatipu in the background
  • Night time scene over Queenstown city with fireworks being held on Lake Wakatipu

About Queenstown/Tāhuna

Queenstown/Tāhuna is a popular destination nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu in the South Island. Renowned as the "Adventure Capital of the World," Queenstown is a playground for adrenaline junkies and outdoor enthusiasts.

Surrounded by dramatic mountain ranges, this picturesque town offers a breathtaking backdrop for a range of activities. From bungee jumping off the iconic Kawarau Bridge to jet boating through the stunning Shotover Canyon, Queenstown provides an adrenaline rush like no other.

For those seeking a more relaxed experience, the town's charming streets are dotted with boutique shops, world-class restaurants, and cozy cafes, making it an ideal place to unwind and savour the local cuisine.

In Winter, Queenstown transforms into a snow sports paradise, with four world-class ski resorts within easy reach. With its unique blend of adventure, stunning scenery, and vibrant culture, Queenstown has earned its reputation as a must-visit destination for travellers seeking both thrills and tranquillity.

How to get there?

Queenstown has a busy International Airport. Tracknet’s Bus services can collect passengers from the Queenstown airport on scheduled services all year round to Te Anau, the Divide & Milford Sound. Queenstown and Invercargill are the closest airports to the Fiordland Great Walks.

Queenstown is located in Otago and is approximately a two-hour drive from Te Anau or Invercargill, or a five-hour drive from Milford Sound.

The Routeburn Track (Routeburn Shelter) is a two-hour drive from Queenstown, through the township of Glenorchy into the Mount Aspiring National Park.

This beautiful town is well equipped for your travelling and tramping needs and hosts a plethora of accommodation options, restaurants, bars, and shopping areas. Visit www.queenstown.com to plan for your visit to Queenstown.

Where will you travel to next?

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Queenstown & Airport To:

Summer Timetable (24TH OCTOBER 2023 TO 1ST MAY 2024)

Te Anau 6:55am 10:30am 4:35pm
Te Anau Downs 6:55am 10:30am
The Divide Shelter 6:55am 10:30am
Milford Sound 6:55am 10:30am
Hollyford Road End Not currently available
Routeburn Shelter 8:00am 11:15am 4:00pm *(on demand only)
* On demand only


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