You can enjoy the attractions of Queenstown all year round. The warmer months are perfect for hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, all river and lake based activities, as well as the gentle pleasures of wine tasting, outdoor dining or simply soaking up the sun and the scenery. The Winter snow turns Queenstown into a ski and snowboard resort par excellence, with two downhill fields, heliskiing and the hugely popular Winterfestival.
Queenstown is a world renowned travel destination attracting around 1.9 million visitors every year. Our region has a unique and inspirational range of activities, experiences and attractions that keep our visitors coming back time and time again. We hope the information about Queenstown below will help you to start planning your own experience in our stunning lake and alpine destination.
To book some of these activities you can contact the team at Travel Queenstown.
Why Queenstown? The Glebe -Queenstown luxury accommodation offers the perfect base for seeing some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. It is worth spending at least 4 days in the area and developing a base from which to explore Milford and Doubtful Sounds, and the surrounding region on day trips.
Why the "Adventure" Reputation? Kawarau Jet established the very first commercial jet boating operation in 1960. This single action quiet possibly paved the way for the many adventure operations in the region that followed. Commercial Bungy Jumping also originated in Queenstown with the A J Hackett Bungy operation at Kawarau Bridge, in 1988. Both operations are now world famous. There are now a great many adventure operations to be explored in the area, all of which can be booked from our Queenstown luxury accommodation. Queenstown has now become the adventure capital of New Zealand drawing adrenaline junkies from around the world.
Explore our Web site and discover why our Queenstown luxury accommodation makes an excellent base for exploring the region. "The Glebe - Queenstown Luxury Accommodation."