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Reds, oranges, golds: Queenstown and the surrounding hillsides, lakeshores, parks blaze into spectacular colours in autumn.
Discover Queenstown’s world famous food and wine, and go on a food adventure with some of these delicious ideas.
It’s a rainy day, but there are still plenty of rewarding, and just a little bit indulgent, experiences to be had in Queenstown.
Queenstown is the gateway to the Central Otago wine region, and each autumn for just a few weeks the wineries burst into life for the annual wine harvest.
Alan Brady planted some of the first wine grapes around Queenstown, creating Gibbston Valley Winery in the early 1980s. After living half of his life in the valley, he moved to Clyde to retire in 2016, but keeps his hand in producing wine under his coveted Wild Irishman label.