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Queenstown - New Zealand's premier visitor destination, more than just breathtaking scenery and a diverse range of attractions. Queensland voted Friendliest Foreign City in a top US Travel Publication in 1996. Queenstown boasts a range of activities second to none, all within easy reach of the compact town centre.
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The magic of Fiordland, where massive peaks covered in dense bush meet the wild west coast enthralls every visitor. It's an accessible wilderness, one of the world's largest national parks and recognised as a world heritage area. Home to some of the world's most magnificent scenery, Fiordland includes Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and renowned walking tracks including the Milford, Routeburn, Greenstone, Caples and Hollyford.
A little over an hours drive from Queenstown, Wanaka is the gateway to the Mt. Aspiring National Park, internationally renowned for its glaciers and magnificent tramping and climbing. The mountains surrounding the lake provide a winter snow lovers paradise featuring top skifields and heliski facilities and the town itself features a pretty shopping village with a wide variety of ambient areas to relax, eat and imbibe.
Central Otago
You will love the romantic serenity of Central Otago with its Tuscany-like golden hills and tiny heritage villages, the mighty Clutha River, superb wines, and a goldfields heritage of old stone buildings and goldmining relics. The area boomed during the gold rush of the late 1800's and while the gold and dredges have all but gone, the golden fields have retained prosperity as the fruit bowl of the South Island and, latterly, through the recognition of its potential as a wine-growing region.
Shopper's Paradise
Queenstown is the original seven-day, open all hours town, and your search for the best of New Zealand made goods ends here. From the quirky to the quaint, the funky or the fabulous, to the simply practical, it's wise to leave space in your luggage for the 'must haves' on your shopping list.
There are also packages that group activities together, such as jet boating and bungee jumping or trips on two different rivers, primarily the Shotover and Kawarau Rivers. You can also go whitewater rafting on these two rivers. Possibilities for canoeing and kayaking are abundant. Jeep trips to Skippers Canyon can be just as hair-raising as the jet-boat rides.If you like to go out on a limb, try bungee jumping, either from The Ledge near the upper gondola station or from Skippers Bridge or Kawarai Bridge, hang gliding or parapenting (a maneuverable parachute). If staring death in the face is not your thing, you might prefer taking a cruise on the lake on the steamboat TSS Earnslaw. Fishing, horseback riding, golf and snow skiing are other options
Get Queenstown
Visit by Road - The primary road access to the Queenstown area is via State Highway 6 (SH6), which travels from Cromwell through the Kawarau Gorge to Frankton, where a 9-km spur (SH6A) leads to the CBD and connects with the Glenorchy Road.
Visit by Air - Queenstown Airport was upgraded in the 1990s to handle jet aircraft, including international flights from Australia.

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