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Looking for an intense kind of thrill? Over four days, experience Queenstown’s highest-flying adventures – bungy jumping, skydiving, ziplining and a very very big swing.
Steve Norton was there when bungy began and he established New Zealand’s biggest paragliding school. We find out why Queenstown still gets his heart racing.
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Kate Fluker is a professional mountain biker and discovered her love for mountain biking when she moved to Queenstown. Kate shares her top 6 Autumn trails in Queenstown.
Queenstown is one of those New Zealand destinations which attracts more than its fair share of active travellers and for those keen to keep up their trail running regime, there are miles and miles of trails to explore all over...
Queenstown was carved out of the land by glaciers, rivers and lakes, but it has been shaped by innovative adventurers and entrepreneurs from New Zealand and around the world.
Gather up your courage and discover why Queenstown is known as the adventure capital of the world. Thrills and spills, crags and canyons, we have the intense thrills you're after.
From canyoning, to bowling, to chilling out with new friends, Queenstown has fun activities for all weather conditions. Discover a few ideas to keep you smiling through a rainy day.