Queenstown
Queenstown Lakes District
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City Park
Nicole LythcottAn absolutely beautiful park, perfect for those who prefer more relaxing activities. Stroll through and admire the nature, or play a game of frisbee golf throughout the park. Whatever you do, the park will be a lovey backdrop
4.7/5
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Marina
pxy0705The jet boat in Queenstown is a thrilling project that is worth coming to experience. About a dozen people get on the air-cushioned jet boat and drive fast on the river. The splash on the face is both cool and exciting. It is definitely an unforgettable experience.
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Lake
Herman_travellerI visited Queenstown for 5 days and wandered around the lake every day happily. it's a very beautiful and peaceful lake with many ducks and seagulls and people like to gather there in the evening.
4.5/5
68 Reviews
Waterfall
Strait/Fjord
pxy0705Doubtful Sound in Queenstown is the most beautiful place here. The bay is full of towering mountains, dense vegetation, and the sea is very calm. There are often dolphins and whales. So take a boat to enter the customs to watch dolphins and whales. The best tourist project here, you must come and experience it.
4.8/5
90 Reviews
Parachuting
dong333Wonderful experience! I am 53 years old now, but I have been so excited action this vacation in queenstown!
4.5/5
425 Reviews
Strait/Fjord
National Park
石之若璞Take a yacht tour of the supposedly eighth wonder of the world's Milford fjord~ magnificent glacier landscape remains~ both sides of the cliff iceberg and snowfall like white water hanging high~ the seal rock near the sea really has seals in the sun, the distance is far away, the mobile phone is not very clear, But you can see clearly a rock with a dozen fatty people on it ~ yacht commentary, or divided into English, Chinese, Japanese ~ Although it is about three hours drive from Queenstown to Fjord National Park, you can pass through some small attractions on the road, and the scenery on the road is not bad. It's not boring ~ or a worth-a-tour ~

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Fergbaker
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Pedro's House Of Lamb - Queenstown
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Devil Burger
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Fishbone Bar & Grill
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About Queenstown

Surrounded by majestic mountains from all sides, Queenstown is located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu on New Zealand’s South Island. There is a clear division between each of the four seasons. Summer has blue skies and sunshine. Autumn hosts a riot of brilliant colors. Winter is cool and refreshing with the mountains covered in snow. Spring sees the return of blossoming flowers. Queenstown is often called New Zealand's "Adventure Capital". Queenstown's Kawarau Bridge is famous for being the birthplace of bungee jumping. Other than the extraordinary opportunity to go skiing and snowboarding in the winter, you can try bungee jumping, skydiving, canyon swinging, jetskiing, horseback riding and long-distance hiking in this natural paradise. Each and every one of these activities is sure to give you an adrenaline rush!

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Queenstown Weather

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Today
23 Sep, 2021
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Mostly Cloudy
2 ~ 15
24 Sep, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
3 / 10
25 Sep, 2021
Showers
-4 / 7
26 Sep, 2021
Cloudy with Showers
-9 / 6
27 Sep, 2021
Partly Clear
-4 / 9
28 Sep, 2021
Showers
-4 / 9
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Queenstown
23 Sep, 2021 Queenstown Weather: Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 35%, Sunrise/Sunset: 06:34/18:42
Queenstown Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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