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Exploring Queenstown

Queenstown is bustling all year round, but it’s the sheer range of adventure opportunities that the city offers which astound the most. The city offers thrills which cater to all kinds of tourists. Amongst the must visit tourist attractions in Queenstown are the Queensland Hill, Queenstown Garden, Jack’s Point Golf Course, Darkride NZ, Ben Lomond Walkway, and Fear Factory Queenstown.


Hotels in Queenstown

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Queenstown is the Glenorchy Peaks B&B, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Azur Luxury Lodge in Queenstown as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Queenstown

- Skyline Gondola


The Skyline Gondola deals in one on Queenstown’s most prolific currencies: Heart-stopping panoramas. From the top, 220 degree views of the city, Lake Wakatipu and its surrounding peaks have made this classic cable car a quintessential ‘must-do’ of any first-time visitor, while the selection of activities on offer here – from fine buffet style dining to downhill luges – keep Queenstown regulars coming back for more.


- Queenstown Mall


The Queenstown Mall, or simply ‘The Mall', is a traffic-free arcade right in the heart of Queenstown that offers all sorts of good shopping. It is between Stanley Street and Shotover Street and is particularly good for men and women's high quality New Zealand merino wool clothing. The best shopping is early afternoon during the bustle of a typical summer's day.


Transportation in Queenstown

If you are staying anywhere near downtown Queenstown, you can simply rely on foot power. The town center is not even half a mile across so you will never need to use the buses, unless traveling out to partake in some sport or other. For getting to and from the airport, or nearby Arrowtown, the Connect-a-bus is the best bet, and there is also a night bus. Water taxis also ply the lake.

Connect-a-bus runs to town from the Queenstown Airport (ZQN) every 30 minutes. Some services go via Arrowtown, so it is worth checking ahead if you want to go direct to Queenstown. Shared shuttle vans are faster than, and as economical as, the bus if you are in a large group, while taxis are several times the cost.


Queenstown travel guides

Queenstown Travel Guides