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Opt for a holiday cottage in Queenstown for fun and relaxation
Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation, Queenstown is the place for you. Stay in a plush apartment in town, or rent a whole house for all the family. If you're after a quieter break, sample some locally produced wines in a vineyard accommodation. Wherever you base yourself, you’re sure to fall in love with Queenstown and its surroundings.
Queenstown dining: Fine wines and artisanal products
Queenstown is a melting pot of cuisines from around the world. Local specialities include some of New Zealand’s freshest seafood, succulent lamb, and – of course – world-class wines. Whereas the area’s fertile soil means classic fresh produce is always on the menu, you’ll also find food that has moved with the times.
There are plenty of farmers’ markets selling artisan bread and organic vegetables for you to take back to your Queenstown accommodation. Try Alexandra Summer Markets if you’re there in season, or head to the Remarkables Market for everything from fresh peaches to fine coffee. Restaurants abound in and around Queenstown, and you’ll find something to fit every budget.
Spending time in Queenstown: Ancient Māori culture meets modern thinking
The combination of Māori culture and modern style is a winning one. Discover the Southern Lakes’ pioneering history at Arrowtown’s Lakes District Museum, or take in a cultural performance by Kiwi Haka. If you like galleries, you’re in for a treat in Queenstown. Head to Artbay Gallery for a wonderful collection of landscape paintings, or see some contemporary art at Milford Galleries.
No trip to Queenstown would be complete without something a little more thrilling. Take a jet boat ride through some of the area’s most incredible locations, or cruise Lake Wakatipu on a restored steamship. Take a helicopter ride over Skippers Canyon, or if you're feeling really adventurous, have a go at bungee jumping off the Kawarau Bridge.
Get out of Queenstown for even more adventure
Just an hour away from Queenstown is the lakeside town of Wanaka, the perfect base for hiking, climbing, canyoning, or fishing. Enjoy an action-packed day, and then unwind at one of Central Otago's several vineyards, many of which run their own tours. If that all sounds like too much hard work, you could simply enjoy some fantastic cuisine in the great outdoors.
Serious hikers will want to head to Glenorchy. Less than 50km outside Queenstown, this rural town is enveloped in beech forest and breathtaking mountain scenery. Get around on your own two feet, or go horseriding, jet boating, or kayaking. Whatever you do, you’ll be surrounded by dramatic scenery made famous by the Lord of the Rings films.
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