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This chapel was built in the early 1900s successfully transported three hours from its original location in one piece and then lovingly restored into a winery. A truly special place dotted with poplar and willow trees. . . . . . . . . . . . . #nz #newzealand #gibbstonvalley #waitiricreek #queenstown #travelnz #nzmustdo #wine #pinotnoir #travel #lavendar #chapel #willow #poplar
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 any night of the week! Here’s a guide to events coming up this...
If you’re making the most of the public holidays coming up and heading in Queenstown’s direction, here’s 10 things to do over the long weekend.
If glistening lake views are your thing, it’s worth the effort of a hike to see the curve of the shores carved by millennia of glacial movement from a lakeside trail. Choose from one of these five great day...
A rope swing is a sure sign of a swimming hole or picnic spot that’s popular with families and kids. There are loads of rope swings hidden along lakeside walks and trails, here's the insiders guide on where to find...
December – February. In summer the sun sets as late as 10pm, allowing plenty of time to enjoy Queenstown’s natural playground. Summer adventures may include swimming, fishing, rafting, hiking and biking.