Welcome to Queenstown, New Zealand

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.

Queenstown.com is a comprehensive Queenstown Activities directory and local information guide. Browse our site to find the best places to play, eat, and sleep. Keep up to date with Queenstown events, get the latest Queenstown Flight Information or check the weather, webcams and snow reports to pick the best days to carve the slopes.

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Upcoming Queenstown Events

31 January

The Frontrunner - Central Otago Trail Running Series, Race 3

Saturday 31 January 2015

Central Otago has many outstanding trails which lend themselves to great running experiences for runners of all ages and abilities.

31 January

Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert Tour 2015

Saturday 31 January 2015

Three iconic classic rock artists perform in the Summer Concert Tour - HEART, FOREIGNER & THREE DOG NIGHT to play in Queenstown on January 31st 2015, as part of a 3-date NZ tour!

Latest Queenstown News

BMW New Zealand Open attracts impressive line-up of Japan Tour players

A powerful contingent of Japan Tour (JGTO) players is heading to Queenstown for the BMW New Zealand Open in March.

New Outside Sports flagship store to open

The new Outside Sports flagship store in Queenstown will officially open its doors on Monday February 2, offering the highest levels of expertise and equipment.

Queenstown Blogs

Glenorchy - the town where the Tungsten grooved!

It's been 100+ years since 'Tungsten' was found in "them thar hills" behind the tiny town of Glenorchy at the northern tip of Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown New Zealand. Tungsten is an element harder than many steels, it has a high melting point, is very flexible, can strengthen weaker steels a

Fantastic Funyaking

Exploring the beautiful Mount Aspiring National Park in an inflatable kayak on the Dart River Funyak trip.

Skydive Wanaka

Nothing says New Zealand like extreme adrenaline sport; so for a typical Monday morning activity I jumped from a moving plane at 15,000 feet!

The Other Foot

Music has always been a big part of Queenstown, but what's next?

A summers hike to Sam Summers

Getting lost isn't so bad!

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