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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Fancy something neat? Skyline Queenstown is hosting a Whisky Tasting Masterclass on Friday 29th May. Whisky expert Bart Burgers is joining us from Auckland to teach us all about the art of appreciating fine whisky!
From over 150 applications, 20 of the world’s finest young violinists, comprising 18 semi-finalists and two Development Prize winners, will gather in Queenstown and Auckland this June for the 2015 Michael Hill International Violin Competition.
The latest southerly storm has given Queenstown’s Coronet Peak and The Remarkables the best possible start to winter with up to half a metre of snow blanketing both ski areas.
Snowmaking guns have been fired up and are pumping out the white stuff at Queenstown’s Coronet Peak ski area.
Timid Rovers lose their first game of the season.
Mmmm, PIZZA! (Read on to find out more...)
A remarkable day of inspiring business women at the 'best conference in the country' the Westpac Real Women, Real Leaders event at the Hilton.
Sustainability. Meeting the needs of the present, without compromising our future.
The best places to find gently used and much-loved books in Queenstown.