Kingston is a small town at the southernmost end of Lake Wakatipu, just north of the border of Otago and Southland, in New Zealand's South Island. It is 47 kilometres south of Queenstown by a road which winds between the lake to the west and The Remarkables mountains to the east. It is 70 kilometres north of Lumsden, and close to the headwaters of the Mataura River.
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Situated an easy five minute walk from central Queenstown, the Skyline Gondola carries visitors high above Queenstown to the Skyline complex. The best views in the region are found here, spread out in a spectacular 220-degree panorama, with breath taking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables mountain range and across Lake Wakatipu to Cecil and Walter Peaks.
But there’s more to enjoy than just the views!
Get your fix of fun with Skyline Luge, a worldwide favourite and a must do activity while in Queenstown. Jump in your specialised Luge cart and enjoy a thrilling, gravity fuelled downhill ride. Take in the stunning views as you twist and turn down the mountain then share your stories and grab a drink or bite to eat in the Market Kitchen café.
Explore the world of Maori with the authentic and powerful live Kiwi Haka Maori performance, experiencing the fearsome haka and stunning poi display. Then treat yourself to delicious cuisine in our Stratosfare Bar & Restaurant, serving iconic New Zealand fare infused with international influences and using the freshest locally sourced produce.
For those looking for an adrenaline rush, there are over 30kms and 30 world class downhill trails to get your heart racing. Ranging from beginner, green trails right through to advanced double black, the Queenstown Bike Park has something to offer every Mountain Biker.
The fun doesn't stop when the sun goes down, come discover the hidden world of the Southern night sky with the expert astronomy guide on the nightly stargazing tours.
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.
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The Cardrona sightseeing activity centre offers first class family friendly guided horse trekking, quad biking and now snowmobiling tours of the stunning Cardrona Valley, between Wanaka and Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand. It is situated right at the base of the Cardrona ski field, only a 45 minute picturesque drive over the Crown Range from Queenstown or 20 minutes from Wanaka.
The Cardrona has been developed to allow visitors to explore and experience our unique slice of high country heaven, initially either by guided tours on horseback or by quad bike, with the intention to expand on to include other adventure activities, so watch this space for more things to do in Cardrona!
Either by horse trekking, quad bike riding or snowmobile the aim is to give people a scenic, informative and memorable experience of the Cardrona Valley. The Cardrona Valley has so much to offer in the way of its rugged high country scenery, the changing moods and distinguished seasons, the many historical gold mining stories, the working sheep, cattle & deer farm that they are in the heart of, and the famous historical Cardrona Hotel that they incorporate as a stop on some of the horse treks and quad bike tours.
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Enjoy a traditional New Zealand camping experience with spectacular views over Lake Wakatipu and the mountains beyond. Although only ten kilometers from Queenstown town centre, its secluded lakeside setting and natural surroundings give 12 Mile Delta Camping Ground, Queenstown a feeling of remoteness and tranquility that is second to none.
The campground is in the style of a traditional DOC campsite in a beautiful natural lakeside environment. The facilities include non-powered sites, toilets and running water, picnic tables and solar shower cubicle but exclude cooking facilities and powered sites. The site is surrounded by regenerating native forest and the 12 Mile River flows along one side. There is an abundance of mountain biking, hiking, gold panning and fishing right on the doorstep.
On the edge of a pristine alpine lake, surrounded by the spectacular scenery of surrounding mountains, Queenstown is the ideal destination for outdoor adventures and soothing relaxation, whatever the time of year 12 Mile Delta Camping Ground is the ideal base to explore the region.
12 Mile Delta Camping Ground, Queenstown is a great spot for campers in tents and campervans. The campsites are plentiful and spacious and all are non-powered.
Your friendly Hosts Suzan and Jared can help you find just the sort of site you like whether it is private and tucked away in the native bush or on a spacious site with view of the Remarkables Mountain Range and Lake Wakatipu.
Traditional Camping on the shores of Lake Wanaka:
Enjoy the traditional New Zealand camping experience with spectacular views over Lake Wanaka and the mountains beyond. Although only six kilometres from Lake Wanaka town centre, its secluded setting and natural surroundings give Lake Outlet Holiday Park a feeling of remoteness and tranquility that is second to none.
Natural lakeside camping/campervan experience:
The campground has been carefully designed to give visitors the most comfortable camping experience possible without detracting from the natural beauty of the area. Native kanuka bushes separate the campsites giving privacy, shade and shelter, the lake is a stone’s through away and there is mountain biking, hiking and world-renowned fishing on the doorstep.
Close to all that the Lake Wanaka region has to offer:
On the edge of a pristine alpine lake, surrounded by the spectacular scenery of Mount Aspiring National Park, Lake Wanaka is the ideal destination for outdoor adventures and soothing relaxation, whatever the time of year and Lake Outlet Holiday Park is the ideal base to explore the region.
Campervan powered sites, tent sites & cabins:
Lake Wanaka Outlet Motor Camp has all the facilities for Campervans with powered sites, non powered sites for tenting or cabins. There is also a cottage available to rent.
Check out some of the EPIC mountain biking right on the edge of the park!
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With over 30 years of experience in the global travel and tourism industry, you can trust thl to help you achieve an amazing holiday experience.