Travel Update

Travel Update

New Zealand’s international borders are now open to Australian and other visa-waiver visitors. For the latest information on COVID-19 guidelines when travelling to or around New Zealand, visit https://covid19.govt.nz.

Maps and guides to navigate your client's next adventure.

Help plan your client’s visit to Queenstown with these useful maps and guides available for download. Explore the range of fantastic experiences to be had in and around the Whakatipu region by using our interactive activities map below.

Maps

Wine Trail Map

Learn about Gibbston, a rich wine growing region located between Queenstown and Cromwell internationally renowned for its pinot noir. Find out more about Wine & Craft Beer Experiences in Queenstown.

Walking Map

Getting out in nature and experiencing our landscape with either a short scenic stroll or long walking trail is easy with the help of this map of Queenstown and Surrounds. Find out more about walking and hiking adventures in and near Queenstown.

Ski Area Trail Maps

Queenstown welcomes skiers and snowboarders from June to October. Our four ski areas offer unrivalled alpine scenery, world-class infrastructure and fantastically varied open and treeless terrain, each with its own unique character. 

Biking Map

Bike trails are abundant in the Whakatipu and are easily accessible. Queenstown is New Zealand's ultimate mountain biking and cycling destination.

Mountain Biking Maps

Queenstown’s prestigious mountain bike scene, with three lift-assisted MTB parks, world-famous trails, and one of the most legendary dirt jump parks on the planet, attracts keen bikers from around the world. 

Guides

Official Visitor Information Guide

Take a look at suggested itineraries, seasonal information and events, along with tips to explore the hidden gems located in our region.

Queenstown Activities

Skyline Queenstown Stratosfare Restaurant and Bar

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