Queenstown, NZ

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NZ Golf Open
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Queenstown welcomes the 100th NZ Golf Open

Professionals, amateurs, past winners, celebrities and golfing heroes are gearing up to join the field in celebration of the 100th New Zealand Open Championship.

Queenstown Gardens Autumn colours
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Take a Break from the Boardroom

You have an hour lunch break and want to get away from the confines of the boardroom or the conference finishes at midday and you have half a day in Queenstown to explore. Here are some ways to re-energise.

Steamer Wharf Queenstown Bay at dusk
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Private Dining in Queenstown

Queenstown offers a range of intimate dining options for small groups, VIP lunches and extra special dinner venues.

Skyline Queenstown Gondola
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Unique Venues

Whether looking down on Queenstown, nestled next to the shores of Lake Wakatipu, amongst the vines of Gibbston or on top of a mountain surrounded by snow-capped peaks, Queenstown has something unique for your next event.

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Trent Yeo: Pushing Boundaries

Meet Trent Yeo the NZ founder of Ziptrek Eco Tours. Discover why the Queenstown region’s people and places have not only helped him create a sustainable tourism business, but also inspired a passion for collaboration, community and growing great...

Camping at Cecil Peak - Responsible camping in Queenstown
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Camping with Care, the Queenstown Guide

Responsible camping is all about caring for our spectacular environment as much as we do. Here's your guide on camper-friendly places to refresh and where you can stay.

Summer Events Guide

As well as over 150 bars and restaurants and more than 200 activities to keep you busy in Queenstown, there are also a host of events happening this summer! Here's what's on, so book your accomodation and get planning.

A bunch of ways to tour Queenstown wineries

Hop on a shuttle, bike around the vines, or go on a guided wine tour – there’s all sorts of ways to taste the terroir, and plenty more to eat, see and do along the way.

Melanie Roberts: the guardian of the mountain

Hailing from Bristol in the UK, Mel Roberts has lived in Queenstown since 2013. Her job at Coronet Peak has not only blurred the lines between work and play, but fostered a love of the simple life.

Four mountains, four ways

Skiers and snowboarders heading to Queenstown are seriously spoilt for choice with not one, not two but four world class mountain resorts. Whether you’re looking for steep and deep, family friendly, stunning views or terrain park paradise, there is a...

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