Arrowtown is an historic gold mining town in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. Arrowtown is located on the banks of the Arrow River approximately 7.5 km from State Highway 6. There is also road access directly to Queenstown via the Shotover Gorge and a third route via the picturesque Lake Hayes.
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Lower Shotover, Otago
Backed by thl and their combined decades of experience in the tourism and motorhome industry, Mighway allows you to rent your vehicle to discerning travellers so you can earn money and share the experience. Mighway offers two levels of service to best suit your needs, Mighway's Local and Managed services. Simply choose your level of service - whether it's the hands-on Local service, or hands-off Managed - and we'll take good care of the rest.LEARN MORE
For over forty years Puzzling World has been messing with people’s heads no matter what age, nationality or experience. With a mix of bizarre buildings, rooms of illusion and the world-famous Great Maze this attraction is designed to baffle your brain and challenge your perceptions of reality.
We have the world’s first 3-D ‘Super Maze’ plus an incredible collection of Illusion Rooms that have to be seen to be believed. The themes of wonder and visual trickery doesn’t just come with admission, as some of our attractions are free.
Walk into one of the most unique cafes ever seen. Dozens of puzzles on the tables await the curious and looking up reveals a massive, mirrored kaleidoscope. Grab a bite to eat or drink from our café, then test your skills with a puzzle or brain teaser.
While the Routeburn Track may be a shorter multi-day hike, it has some of the biggest scenery. With soaring mountain peaks, huge valleys, waterfalls and jewel-like lakes the track links the Mount Aspiring National Park with Fiordland National Park.The highest point of the track is 1,255 metres above sea level - so the views are simply spectacular.
The part of New Zealand that the Routeburn Track winds through has been shaped by successive glaciations into fiords, rocky coasts, towering cliffs, lakes and waterfalls. Birdlife is prolific through forested sections of the track; native tomtits, robins, fantails, wood pigeons and bellbirds are commonly seen, as well as the cheeky Kea, the world's only alpine parrot.
This is not a loop track and can be walked in either direction; one track end is at the Routeburn Shelter (near Glenorchy) and the other is at The Divide (closer to Te Anau). It is recommended that this track is avoided between May - September, when there is high risk of avalanches.
This is an exposed track and temperatures can drop quickly, even in mid-summer. Please take warm and windproof clothing. This track is not recommended during winter due to snow and ice.
Note 1: Track closed for lambing from 1 October to 10 November. Please check with Department of Conservation's Wanaka office on the track status.
Note 2: There is no water available on the track, please ensure you have sufficient supplies as it can be very hot in summer.
Note 3: During peak summer season the car park can be very busy, so please consider alternative transport to the start of the track. Shuttles and taxis are available, or consider riding a bike or walking along the Waterfall Creek track to the start.
Start: Mt Aspiring Road, Roys Peak Car Park
Time: 5 - 6 hours return
Distance: 11 km
Grade: Good level of fitness required as the track is steep.
Alpine Aqualand is perfect for all ages. Whether you'd like to entertain the family, keep fit or relax, there is a pool designed for you, including: 25m lap pool Leisure pool Lazy river Two hydroslides Toddlers' Area Adult hot pool (16+ years).
The stunning lake is framed by mountains and is a popular spot for walking, cycling, camping and in warmer temperatures, even swimming.
Located just a 15-minute drive from Queenstown, the Moke Lake Loop Track is a popular short, undulating walk and cycle track. The track takes you right around the edge of picturesque Moke Lake, through grassland and surrounded by towering mountains. After a short climb, you will be rewarded with a stunning view overlooking the lake.
Built in 1868, Kinloch Lodge provides heritage accommodation and YHA associated backpackers. Whether you’re there to relax and enjoy the many day walks, using the lodge's transport to arrive between the Routeburn, Greenstone or Caples tracks, or heading out on one of their organised kayak trips, Kinloch Lodge can be your outpost in the wilderness.
In the Kinloch Lodge Restaurant, rustic high country home cooked fare is the order of the day. Focusing on simple, hearty dishes with local produce, it is the perfect place to take in the beauty of the top of Lake Wakatipu for breakfast or lunch, or to refuel after an active day in the outdoors.
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