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Reds, oranges, golds: Queenstown and the surrounding hillsides, lakeshores, parks blaze into spectacular colours in autumn.
After a day or two in Central Otago, meeting inspirational locals, it was clear that you shouldn’t judge a destination only by its tourist brochures and TripAdvisor posts. Queenstown, at its heart, is a community.
Queenstown - ideal for recreation’n’rejuvenation. Enjoy the excitement in New Zealand’s favourite getaway destination year-round – and at your own pace.
Forget about souvenirs, Queenstown’s shopping precinct caters for fashionistas young and old alike.
Psychologist Dr Emily O’Leary explains the link between nature and mental health and invites you to discover why Queenstown is an invigorating destination for mind, body and soul.
Compact and cosmopolitan Queenstown packs a punch on the shopping front. Follow this trail to make sure you don’t miss a thing.
Beautiful places have attracted and inspired artists for centuries, and Queenstown in New Zealand’s South Island is no different.
Fresh and crisp salads, to indulgent burgers and rich ethnic dishes, vegetarian delights are everywhere to be found in Queenstown.
Queenstown is known far and wide for its super fun nightlife. The compact town centre makes it easy to explore different bars and find your favourite cocktails. Here are some great places to try downtown and beyond.
Queenstown comes alive in autumn with red and gold foliage, and festivals and events, check out some of the top things to do during this beautiful season.
Whether it’s a morning coffee, a lazy breakfast, or a place to taste the flavours of the region, there’s a delicious option for everyone in Queenstown.