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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This is the second time the Benny Lackner Trio has played in New Zealand and the first time to Wanaka and Queenstown.
Organisers of the BMW New Zealand Open are delighted to welcome Cobra Puma Golf on board as a supporting sponsor of New Zealand’s premier golf event.
Legendary New Zealand jazz pianist, composer and bandleader Mike Nock and acclaimed Christchurch jazz and blues songstress Jennine Bailey are headlining this year’s annual Queenstown JazzFest over Labour Weekend.
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A quirky bar in an upstairs location on Shotover Street. The locals’ favourite for moderate consumption of alcohol, dropping dodgy chat-up lines and boogie –ing until the early hours of the morning.
In 1999 the tiny settlement of Glenorchy (population 250) swelled with actors, filmmakers and associated staff as movie director Peter Jackson came to town to shoot scenes for The Lord of The Rings, bringing in his wake around 300 people.
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The beauty of Queenstown in fast forward..