Lady of the Lake Turns 102

By Charlie Curel on 20 October 2014
The TSS Earnslaw celebrated her 102nd birthday on Saturday (18th October). The occasion was quietly marked with cake for those who travelled on her over the weekend.

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Queenstown voted Australasia’s Leading Destination

By Libby Baron on 14 October 2014
Queenstown has been named Australasia’s Leading Destination and nominated for the World’s Leading Destination at the 2014 World Travel Awards.

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Rhythm and Alps to return to the Cardrona Valley this New Year

By Charlie Curel on 13 October 2014
Rhythm and Alps, the only two-day music festival in the South Island will again be held 30-31 December in the spectacular Cardrona valley.

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BMW New Zealand Open

BMW Group announced as naming sponsor for the 2015 BMW New Zealand Open in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 8 October 2014
It has been announced that BMW Group will be the naming rights sponsor for the 2015 BMW New Zealand Open which is being held March 12-15 at The Hills and Millbrook Resort in Queenstown.

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Queenstown JazzFest line-up announced

By Charlie Curel on 3 October 2014
The Queenstown JazzFest, held 24-26 October, is Queenstown’s major annual springtime event. The three day festival has a fantastic line-up of more than 40 different music events with over 80 national and international performers. Read on to find out more.

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Jetstar to fly Gold Coast to Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 9 September 2014
We are excited to share today’s announcement that it will now be even easier to get to Queenstown from Australia’s Gold Coast with the addition of three non-stop Jetstar services per week.

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What’s on in Queenstown this spring?

By Charlie Curel on 9 September 2014
Spring has arrived in Queenstown and with snow on the hills, longer days and warmer temperatures it’s a great time to visit.

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 Reigning Race to the Sky Champion Monster Tajima and Highlands general manager Mike Sentch

Race to the Sky motorsport event to return in 2015

By Charlie Curel on 20 August 2014
It has been announced that New Zealand’s iconic Race to the Sky motorsport hill climb will be returning to the Cardrona valley next year after an eight year break.

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