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Count down is on to Winter Games 2015

By Seb McKinnon on 2 July 2015
With less than 50 days to go until Audi quattro Winter Games 2015, anticipation is building as Chuck Berry and Jim Scott took to the skies of Auckland for the first ever wing suit flight over the CBD to celebrate the build up to Winter Games 2015.

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Three open and one to go… Southern Lakes ski resorts looking good

By Seb McKinnon on 25 June 2015
Conditions at Treble Cone and The Remarkables ski areas are looking fantastic for their highly anticipated opening days

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More fun to come this week….. American Express Queenstown Winter Festival

By Seb McKinnon on 24 June 2015
Fresh snow, stunning vistas and fireworks… the highly anticipated American Express Queenstown Winter Festival kicks off with a bang

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Peak to Peak – New Zealand’s oldest winter multisport event

By Seb McKinnon on 18 June 2015
The infamous Peak to Peak is back in 2015 and will be held on Saturday 1 August for any of those with the might to take on the mountains.

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4 days until Queenstown Winter Festival

By Seb McKinnon on 15 June 2015
The highly anticipated American Express Queenstown Winter Festival, now only four days away is set to ignite the town in a colorful celebration of the season with live music, community events and on mountain madness.

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Two days till Cardrona and Coronet Peak ski fields open

By Seb McKinnon on 11 June 2015
Cardrona and Coronet Peak are looking good for their opening this Saturday 13 June as the latest weather system delivers between 5cm – 20cm of snow to Southern Lakes ski fields.

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Cardrona set to open full mountain facilities early

By Seb McKinnon on 3 June 2015
Cardrona, located between Queenstown and Wanaka, is looking set to open as many chairlifts as possible come opening day on 13 June, a week earlier than opening day last season.

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Only 2 days of Autumn left…Winter here we come

By Seb McKinnon on 29 May 2015
The countdown to winter is officially on with only 2 days left in Autumn and ski fields throughout the Southern Lakes region starting to open from 13 June.

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Birdman is back

By Seb McKinnon on 28 May 2015
The Hits 90.4 Birdman competition is back in Queenstown on 21 June as part of the Winter Festival, iHeartRadio Day on the Bay event.

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Queenstown blanketed in snow ahead of ski season

By Seb McKinnon on 25 May 2015
Queenstown visitors and locals awoke to 10cm+ of new snow on the ground this morning with more white stuff forecast to fall over the next few days.

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Ladi6 to perform at Winter Games NZ 2015

By Seb McKinnon on 22 May 2015
Top kiwi artist Ladi6 is confirmed to make an appearance at the Winter Games NZ 2015.

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Winter Games NZ is back for 2015

By Seb McKinnon on 21 May 2015
Back again in 2015 the highly anticipated Audi quattro Winter Games NZ is set to be bigger and better than ever with a stellar line up of both on and off mountain festivities spanning the Southern Lakes region.

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Queenstown Airport rated ‘World’s Most Scenic Landing’

By Seb McKinnon on 13 May 2015
Spirits are high around Queenstown this week as Queenstown Airport was named the ‘World’s Most Scenic Airport Landing’ in an annual survey conducted by ‘PrivateFly’, an international private jet booking service.

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Queenstown highly regarded with Chinese visitors

By Seb McKinnon on 12 May 2015
Chinese travellers have shown their appreciation for Queenstown as a top travel destination, with the region receiving 3 awards in the recent ‘China’s 2014-2015: “It’s my world”’ online competition.

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Winter is coming

By Seb McKinnon on 8 May 2015
A fresh dusting of snow on the hills overlooking Lake Wakatipu never fails to excite locals and snow enthusiasts alike. Key ski season dates to put in the calendar and exciting Queenstown events in the near future.

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TripAdvisor: Travellers' Choice Awards 2015

By Seb McKinnon on 5 May 2015
TripAdvisor's 2015 Travellers' Choice Awards have dubbed Queenstown as not only New Zealand’s ‘Number One Destination’ for the third consecutive year in a row but also the South Pacific’s ‘Number One Destination’.

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Queenstown Winter Festival 2015 - Tickets released today

By Seb McKinnon on 4 May 2015
Tickets for the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival 2015 went on sale today at 12pm, get yours now and join in the fun.

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Treble Cone trails getting a makeover

By Libby Baron on 8 April 2015
Treble Cone ski area has been undergoing some trail makeovers this summer to enhance the intermediate ski terrain and experience in the Saddle Basin.

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Autumn delivers an action packed events calendar

By Charlie Curel on 18 March 2015
Autumn is here in Queenstown which not only means a change in the region’s vibrant colours but also a packed and diverse events calendar.

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Masterchef Josh Emett to tee off in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 3 March 2015
New Zealand Masterchef judge and award winning chef Josh Emett is set to compete here in Queenstown in the BMW New Zealand Open later this month.

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Queenstown International Marathon

Ready, set, enter…

By Charlie Curel on 27 February 2015
Entries are open for the 2015 Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon.

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Dates announced for the 2015 American Express Queenstown Winter Festival

By Charlie Curel on 24 February 2015
The dates for the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter celebration are officially locked and loaded for 2015.

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Vote Queenstown for world Monopoly!

By Charlie Curel on 18 February 2015
Queenstown is up against some of the hottest spots in the world including Barcelona, New York and Sydney to take a spot on the new Monopoly Here & Now: World Edition game board.

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Cardrona Alpine Resort

What’s happening on the slopes this winter?

By Charlie Curel on 10 February 2015
Cardrona Alpine Resort has announced that they plan to extend their 2015 winter ski season by two weeks.

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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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More summer biking options for Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 11 December 2014
Coronet Peak is the latest to add to Queenstown’s summer mountain biking offering.

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Benny Tipene to headline ‘Open Sounds’ concert in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 26 November 2014
Organisers of the BMW New Zealand Open have announced that popular Kiwi music artist Benny Tipene will headline the event’s ‘Open Sounds by Amisfield’ concert at The Hills.

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Inaugural Queenstown International Marathon

By Charlie Curel on 25 November 2014
Year one of the Queenstown International Marathon is done and dusted and with close to 6,000 runners from over 31 countries what an event it was!

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New Bike Park for the Cardrona Valley

By Charlie Curel on 21 November 2014
Cardrona Alpine Resort, renowned for great winter skiing, is set to open a new bike park next month (December).

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The Hobbit Fan Fellowship hits Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 6 November 2014
In the lead up to the release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, a 150 strong Hobbit fan contingent have been flown to New Zealand for a once in a lifetime Middle-earth adventure.

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Have you seen The Most Epic Safety Video ever?

By Charlie Curel on 5 November 2014
There’s no substitute for exploring Queenstown in person but Air New Zealand's latest Hobbit-inspired in-flight safety video is the perfect sneak preview…

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Queenstown Airport starts work on new international terminal

By Charlie Curel on 30 October 2014
Construction has started on a new international terminal at Queenstown Airport. The exciting new project will expand the current building footprint by a third in time for next winter.

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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 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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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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Rural Games

Rural Games to be held in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 6 August 2014
A brand new event celebrating traditional country sports and New Zealand’s rural heritage will be held in Queenstown over Waitangi weekend next summer (7 & 8 February).

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Amisfield Winery & Bistro

Amisfield Winery & Bistro launches new book

By Charlie Curel on 29 July 2014
Hot on the book shelves this Friday (1 August) is a new book that shines the light on Central Otago wine producer Amisfield and its award-winning Amisfield Bistro.

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Airspresso Cafe

New café for Queenstown Airport

By Charlie Curel on 22 July 2014
Queenstown Airport’s latest arrival, Airspresso Café, is now open for business and already receiving high praise.

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Central Otago Pinot Noir Celebration

Central Otago Pinot Noir to be celebrated at annual festival in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 9 July 2014
For the 11th year Central Otago Pinot Noir will be celebrated as wine lovers, connoisseurs and local wine makers gather in Queenstown.

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New on the menu in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 7 July 2014
Looking for a bite in Queenstown? Here’s a few of the newest features to Queenstown’s vibrant dining scene.

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Dates announced for 2015 Gibbston Valley Winery Concert

By Charlie Curel on 27 June 2014
It has been announced that legendary rockers Heart, Foreigner and Three Dog Night will play in Queenstown at the Gibbston Valley Winery, as part of the Summer Concert Tour, on January 31st 2015.

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The 40th Queenstown Winter Festival is here!

By Charlie Curel on 20 June 2014
Today marks the start of the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival which is celebrating its big 4-0!

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Australia’s Sunrise breakfast show coming live from Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 17 June 2014
Australia’s Channel Seven breakfast show, Sunrise, will be broadcast live from Queenstown 19 and 20 June, marking the first time Channel Seven has ever broadcast an entire live show from New Zealand.

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Queenstown kicks off 2014 ski season

By Charlie Curel on 6 June 2014
In less than 24 hours, Queenstown’s Coronet Peak will welcome skiers and snowboarders for the first day of the 2014 New Zealand winter season.

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Calling all blushing brides

By Libby Baron on 30 May 2014
The New Zealand Wedding Fair is coming to Queenstown and is set to showcase the traditional alongside the latest in global wedding trends.

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Queenstown blanketed in snowfall

By Charlie Curel on 27 May 2014
Downtown Queenstown and the surrounding mountains have been blanketed in snow, following a bumper overnight snowfall on Sunday (25 May), giving local ski areas a good boost before the start of the winter season.

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Queenstown Airport rated as one of the world’s most scenic approaches

By Charlie Curel on 21 May 2014
Queenstown Airport has been voted 10th in the world’s top 10 Scenic Airport Approaches by private jet booking company privatefly.com

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‘Lady of the Lake’ heads into annual survey

By Charlie Curel on 15 May 2014
Queenstown’s 101-year-old “Lady of the Lake” the TSS Earnslaw has left her home in Steamer Wharf for nearby Kelvin Heights to begin her annual maintenance.

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American Express Winter Festival tickets on sale

By Charlie Curel on 2 May 2014
The countdown is on to the 40th American Express Queenstown Winter Festival, arguably the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter celebration (20 - 29 June).

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Queenstown voted New Zealand’s top destination on Trip Advisor

By Charlie Curel on 28 April 2014
Queenstown has again been named New Zealand’s number one destination in the 2014 Travellers’ Choice Destinations by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest online travel community.

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Queenstown turns it on for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

By Sarah Stacey on 14 April 2014
Queenstown turned on a stunning, sunny autumn day yesterday (13 April 2014) to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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Queenstown wineries 'pop up' in Sydney

By Sarah Stacey on 2 April 2014
Destination Queenstown has teamed up with The Winery Surry Hills to host ‘Urban Vineyard,’ a week-long celebration in Sydney showcasing Queenstown as a world-class wine and food destination.

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Action packed autumn

By Charlie Curel on 28 March 2014
The days might be getting cooler here in Queenstown but the events calendar is heating up for an action packed autumn!

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Blues & Roots Festival

Buskers given the chance to play alongside musical legends

By Charlie Curel on 21 March 2014
A number of talented acts have flocked to enter a busking competition which will see the winner play on the main stage at the first Queenstown Blues & Roots Festival to be held on Saturday April 26 2014.

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Coronet Peak

New on the Queenstown slopes this winter

By Charlie Curel on 13 March 2014
Winter may be a few months away but the region's ski areas are already busy preparing for another bumper season ahead. Read on to find out what’s new this winter.

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10th Motatapu celebrates in style

By Charlie Curel on 11 March 2014
The 10th annual Motatapu Off-Road Sporting Event held in Wanaka and Queenstown last weekend (Saturday March 8) has been hailed “the best yet” attracting a spectacular and record-breaking line-up of competitors.

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New dates announced for 2015 New Zealand Open

By Charlie Curel on 6 March 2014
Organisers of the New Zealand Open have announced that the 2015 New Zealand Open will be moved back two weeks to be held from March 12 to 15.

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Watch the NZ Open live wherever you are

By Charlie Curel on 24 February 2014
The NZ Open, which will be staged at The Hills and Millbrook Resort this week from February 27 to March 2, will carry live streaming for the first time in the tournament’s history.

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‘The 19th’ at NZ Open bigger and better for non-golfers

By Charlie Curel on 19 February 2014
A line up of great kiwi music, food and wine are just some of the things spectators can expect off the greens at ‘The 19th’ during the New Zealand Open next week here in Queenstown (February 27 to March 2).

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Summer continues in Queenstown with full event line up

By Charlie Curel on 11 February 2014
Live music, world-class golf and the best of the region’s food and wine are just some of the great reasons to visit Queenstown over the next few weeks.

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Queenstown to host 3-6-12 hour bike race

By Charlie Curel on 31 January 2014
Queenstown’s first ever 3-6-12 hour bike race will be held on 22 February 2014 at Rabbit Ridge Bike Resort in the beautiful Gibbston valley.

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Qantas to increase services from Sydney to Queenstown

By Christiana Zhu on 24 January 2014
Qantas has announced plans to increase its Sydney to Queenstown services over the 2014 Australian Easter school holidays and peak ski season.

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First of its kind wellness centre opens near Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 17 January 2014
Aro Ha, a purpose built, self sufficient, luxury Wellness Centre set in spectacular surroundings, has opened near Queenstown.

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Cris Judd announced as celebrity player for NZ Open

By Charlie Curel on 6 January 2014
The 2014 NZ Open in Queenstown received some Hollywood glamour with the announcement that well-known American dancer, choreographer and model Cris Judd will join the celebrity field.

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Merry Christmas from Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 23 December 2013
The Christmas holidays are upon us here in Queenstown. Read on to find out the times of church services and what's open and when.

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New eats in Queenstown & Arrowtown

By Charlie Curel on 13 December 2013
Queenstown’s fantastic food and wine scene has further been enhanced by four new additions. Read on to learn more...

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There's something in the water - New adrenaline activity hits Queenstown

By Esther Small on 9 December 2013
Hydro Attack is New Zealand’s newest adventure activity and it’s another world-first attraction for Queenstown.

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Top Festive Picks

By Charlie Curel on 6 December 2013
The festive festivities are well underway in Queenstown - the decorations are up, Santa’s grotto is open for business, and the events schedule is action packed. Read on to find out more.

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The Doobie Brothers and Elvis Costello & The Imposters to star in new Queenstown Blues & Roots Festival

By Charlie Curel on 3 December 2013
The first Queenstown Blues & Roots Festival - a one-day outdoor event is to be held on Saturday April 26 2014 and features a stunning line-up of acclaimed national and international acts.

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Kiwi songstress Anika Moa to headline NZ Open in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 28 November 2013
Organisers of the NZ Open have announced iconic Kiwi songstress Anika Moa will headline the inaugural Open Sounds – an open air concert to be held on the Saturday night of the tournament.

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Queenstown to host International Marathon

By Charlie Curel on 27 November 2013
Yesterday it was announced that the inaugural Queenstown International Marathon will be held in less than 12 months’ time.

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New chairlift for Queenstown ski area

By Charlie Curel on 18 November 2013
A busy summer is planned at The Remarkables Ski Area in Queenstown as work has started on installing a new high-speed chairlift.

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Happy 25th birthday to Bungy!

By Charlie Curel on 12 November 2013
The adventure tourism industry is celebrating as AJ Hackett, the world’s first commercial bungy operator, has reached a milestone 25 years in business.

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New Scenic Cruise on Lake Wakatipu

By Charlie Curel on 8 November 2013
Queenstown’s newest tourism attraction Spirit of Queenstown will take to the waters of Lake Wakatipu next Monday November 11 carrying her first official passengers.

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Queenstown voted one of the best honeymoon destinations for 2014

By Charlie Curel on 30 October 2013
In recognition of the region’s stunning natural beauty, diverse experiences and luxury options Lonely Planet has named Queenstown as a top honeymoon destination.

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Classic Hits Winery Tour 2014 - Queenstown show date announced

By Charlie Curel on 23 October 2013
The Classic Hits Winery Tour is once again heading to Queenstown this summer with an all star line up.

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Dates announced for 40th American Express Queenstown Winter Festival

By Charlie Curel on 16 October 2013
Mark your calendars now… the dates for the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter celebration are officially locked and loaded for a milestone 40th birthday party in 2014!

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Volunteers wanted for New Zealand Open in Queenstown

By Charlie Curel on 14 October 2013
Keen golf enthusiasts and those who want to be a part of the action are encouraged to put their hands up as volunteers for the 2014 New Zealand Open.

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WIN a Queenstown summer holiday by putting yourself in the picture!

By Esther Small on 10 October 2013
Anything is possible on a Queenstown summer holiday. Win the ultimate trip for two to Queenstown valued at $3000 just by putting yourself in the picture doing one of Queenstown's amazing experiences. It's easy, enter now.

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Looking for an endless winter?

By Charlie Curel on 9 October 2013
Did you know that your Queenstown region season pass could bag you a bargain at other ski areas across the world?

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Iconic adventure operators celebrate 25 years of pure adrenaline!

By Charlie Curel on 27 September 2013
Dart River Jet and AJ Hackett Bungy, two of Queenstown’s most loved adventure operators are in the mood for celebrating as they turn the ripe old age of 25!

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Queenstown’s Diaries Down Under makes Aussie TV debut

By Charlie Curel on 26 September 2013
A 30-minute television version of the snowboarding web series Diaries Down Under made its small screen debut on Australian action sports channel FUEL TV last Saturday (21 September).

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Top of the Lake up for several Emmy Awards

By Charlie Curel on 20 September 2013
Filmed last year in Queenstown, Top of the Lake is up for a number of Emmy Awards in Los Angeles this weekend after already scooping up an award at last weekend’s technical Emmy’s.

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 Queenstown spring season

Snow & blossom; it can only be September!

By Charlie Curel on 13 September 2013
Spring is in the air here in Queenstown and it’s a great time to visit! Read more to find out what’s on this spring…

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Cardrona Alpine Resort

Spring storm delivers the good stuff

By Charlie Curel on 6 September 2013
Superb spring skiing conditions were enjoyed yesterday by those lucky enough to have been in Queenstown.

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DNA Gay Ski Week Queenstown 2013 kicks off tomorrow

By Charlie Curel on 30 August 2013
With only hours to go until the opening event, things are full steam ahead for the 2013 DNA Gay Ski Week Queenstown.

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Classic rock legends coming to Queenstown this summer

By Charlie Curel on 29 August 2013
Today it has been announced that Lynyrd Skynyrd, Starship featuring Mickey Thomas (of Jefferson Starship fame) and iconic British group 10cc will perform in Queenstown on 15 Feb 2014.

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Queenstown’s Rabbit Ridge Bike Resort flinging into spring with official launch

By Charlie Curel on 26 August 2013
Rabbit Ridge, a dedicated Queenstown bike resort, will officially open for year-round riding next Sunday 1 September unveiling a raft of new and upgraded facilities and trails.

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