New Zealand, Queenstown

New Zealand, Queenstown

Things to do - general

Queenstown is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier lake and alpine region. Set on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by mountains, Queenstown is the perfect destination for your snow holiday. With stunning scenery and a variety of activities it is one of the most popular snow destinations in New Zealand. From Queenstown you can access both Coronet Peak and The Remarkables making it the perfect base for any level of skier or boarder.

For an easy way to travel around Queenstown itself, Connectabus offers a 7 day unlimited pass that allows unlimited travel on Queenstown buses, including the airport bus.

Country New Zealand
Visa requirementsNone of Australian Passport
Languages spokenEnglish, Maori
Currency usedNew Zealand Dollar (NZD)
Ski Area SizeCoronet Peak
692 Acres

544 Acres
Highest PointCoronet Peak
1649 Metres

1943 Metres
Vertical DropCoronet Peak
481 Metres

357 Metres
Longest RunCoronet Peak

LiftsCoronet Peak
1 x High speed 6 seater
2 x Express Quads
1 x T-bar
4 x Surface Conveyor lifts

1 x High speed 6 seater curvey basin chair
3 x Quad chairs
3 x Surface lifts
SeasonCoronet Peak
7th June - 5th October

16th June - 4th October
TerrainCoronet Peak
Beginner 25%
Intermediate 45%
Advanced 30%

Beginner 30%
Intermediate 40%
Advanced 30%
Nearest AirportQueenstown
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Nightlife info

Settle in for the evening at a cosy wine bar or a friendly pub, or gear up and go bar-hopping in central Queenstown, discovering the best and busiest clubs on the way. Queenstown bars and clubs often have live music and DJs as well as great drink specials. There's a party atmosphere in Queenstown any night of the week, so get out to the bars and clubs and enjoy it!

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Culture and history info

For many years people have been drawn to the beautiful lake and alpine areas around Queenstown starting with early Maori who came in search of Pounamu (greenstone). European settlers followed with their sights set on fertile grazing land. They discovered a whole lot more when gold was found in the region’s waterways. When the gold rush hit the region in the 1860s, it marked the start of an ongoing international fascination with the Queenstown region.

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Alpine Views

Amazing Alpine and Lake Views Encompassing amazing, 360 surround alpine and lake views Alpine Views More info
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Blue Peaks Apartments Queenstown

8 Corontation Drive, Queenstown 9300 NZ
Blue Peaks Apartments Queenstown is a quality holiday accommodation complex. Luxury 2 and 3 bedroom More info
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Blue Peaks Lodge Queenstown

11 Sydney Street, Queenstown 9300 NZ
Blue Peaks Lodge offers modern Queenstown Accommodation.  You have your choice of a Studio, 1 Bedroo More info
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Nomads Queenstown Backpackers

5-11 Church Street Queenstown 9300 NZ
Nomads Queenstown is located in the heart of Queenstown, New Zealands popular South Island holiday c More info
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Oaks Club Resort

171 – 179 Frankton Road, Queenstown STH 9300
Oaks Club Resort couples luxuriously appointed apartment-style accommodation with first-class resort More info
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Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown

38-54 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown 9300 NZ
Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown is a premier resort located on the shores of stunning Lake Wakatip More info
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The Base Queenstown

49 Shotover Street, Queenstown NZ
Located on the most popular street in Queenstown, Base is THE “one stop shop” hostel. Th More info
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The Mecure Queenstown Resort

Sainsbury Road, Queenstown 9300 NZ
The Mecure Queenstown resort is situated on a unique vantage point with breathtaking, majestic views More info
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Queenstown is the perfect location for all! With over 200 wineries in the area, weekly craft markets, art galleries and museums, cinemas and so much more!! No one is left out! Adrenaline Junkies can have a go at bungee jumping, canyon swinging, river surfing or Jet boating! While the day spa's welcome those want to relax and be pampered.

Unfortunately there are no self-catering offers at this location at the moment.

Unfortunately there are no tour offers at this location at the moment.

Ski Programs

Coronet Peak
Adult Group Lessons
Children Group Lessons
Kids Programs
Private Lessons

Adult Group Lessons
Children Group Lessons
Kids Programs
Private Lessons


Coronet Peak
Return from Queenstown Snow Center $18 per person

Return from Queenstown Snow Center $18 per person

Connectabus- Queenstown Transport bus
Unlimited 7 day passes $52/Adult $35/Child
Unlimited travel on Queenstown Buses, Including Airport bus. Also stops at Snow Center to connect to mountain transport.
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