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Summer Concert for Hilux New Zealand Rural Games

By Charlie Curel on 26 January 2015
It has been announced that James Reid of the Feelers will feature alongside country pop star Jody Direen at a family-friendly concert as part of the Hilux New Zealand Rural Games in Queenstown over the Waitangi weekend.

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International cricket legends to swap their bats for golf clubs

By Charlie Curel on 23 January 2015
Some of the greatest cricketers in the history of the game will battle it out on the golf course at the BMW New Zealand Open in Queenstown when they line up in the inaugural ANZ Celebrity Challenge from March 12-15.

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Cardrona Bike Park to re-open for Easter

By Charlie Curel on 14 January 2015
Cardrona Bike Park is set to re-open over the Easter break from Saturday 4th April to Sunday the 19th April inclusive after a successful summer holiday period.

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Who put sharks in Lake Wakatipu?

By Tammy Paterson on 12 January 2015
Rob Innes, the Kiwi Inventor behind Hydro Attack's 'Sharks' to visit Queenstown.

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New bike centre for Gibbston Valley

By Libby Baron on 24 December 2014
Gibbston Valley Winery is adding to the experiences that visitors can enjoy at the winery with a new on-site bike centre.

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What’s on in Queenstown over the festive break?

By Charlie Curel on 19 December 2014
Queenstown’s calendar is packed with events, festivals and things to see and do over the Christmas, New Year and summer holidays. From fireworks and sporting events to music festivals, here's a taste of what's in store.

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‘Running of the Wools’ to kick start Rural Games in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 18 December 2014
More than 300 merino sheep will run through Queenstown’s town centre in February to mark the start of the Hilux New Zealand Rural Games.

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Jetstar’s new Gold Coast-Queenstown flight receives traditional welcome

By Charlie Curel on 15 December 2014
Passengers arriving on the first trans-Tasman flight between the Gold Coast and Queenstown (13 December) were welcomed by a traditional aircraft water arch and Māori powhiri on the tarmac.

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