Queenstown New Zealand has been dubbed the Adventure Capital of the World and with this title comes a plethora of adrenaline inducing, heart stopping and hair raising activities all designed to make your stay unforgettable. From bungy jumping, sky diving and jet boating in some of the most scenic locations in the world, to fine dining in some of New Zealand’s most prestigious restaurants. Queenstown has something for everyone and caters to all skill levels.
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New Zealand’s original triathlon. The Lake Hayes Triathlon is New Zealand’s oldest surviving triathlon, first held in 1983. This event is situated in and around the beautiful and iconic Lake Hayes near Queenstown.
Now in its seventh year, the event attracts elite and sports riders from all of the South Island and beyond, but also your everyday peddler and whole families with whiz kids as young as 11 years old.
Multi award-winning eco-tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours continues to expand its business with the appointment of Matt Hirst to the sales team.
Two new businesses opening in Queenstown will bring a touch of European flair and organic goodness to The Landing development.
G'day Ya'll! How about a wee look at the shop as it is, fun days, cool jobs and some wicked art to tickle your fancy!
The Ham Eats the Lamb & Guerrillas Watch Movies in the Mist! Out in the paddock, if you ask a Kiwi sheep what her favourite meal is you can be sure she’ll point to the green stuff below her. Ask the same question of a local pig and they’ll point a hoof at your food scrap bin right?!
Coffee...check, Camera...check :)
The crowd was cheering as the flips, spins and big air jumps were coming thick and fast at the Veolia Slopestyle event in the Ballarat Street Carpark on Saturday night.
The magic of Aurora Australis and how to capture it!