Ride the Skyline Queenstown gondola or take to the skies via a paragliding or skydiving excursion for incredible views of downtown Queenstown, The Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu.
You'll enjoy spectacular views and plenty of family fun when visiting Walter Peak High Country Farm.
Journey to the top of a mountain or make your way to Lake Wakatipu's waterfront for superb views of Queenstown's breathtaking sunsets.
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A paragliding excursion in Queenstown features picturesque views of central Queenstown, icy blue Lake Wakatipu and the snow-capped Coronet Peak and The Remarkables.
With two terrain parks, a tubing park and 30 trails, it's no wonder why ski and snowboard enthusiasts flock to Coronet Peak once wintertime rolls around.
Kawarau Bridge, the world's first commercial bungee jumping site, is still used for daily bungee jumping excursions.
If you have the time, travel 178 miles northwest of Queenstown to Milford Sound, New Zealand's best known fjord (or a deep, narrow inlet between high cliffs).
A ride on a Skyline Queenstown gondola will lead to some fantastic views of The Remarkables, Coronet Peak and downtown Queenstown.
Like other parts of New Zealand, you'll find plenty of these furry creatures roaming around the Queenstown countryside.
Queensland boasts some top-notch wine. In fact, more than 70 wineries can be found in Central Otago.
If you love exploring the great oudoors but don't want to go on a heart-pounding skydiving, paragliding or bungee jumping excursion, consider hiking the challenging Ben Lomond Track.
Queenstown's Lake Wakatipu measures approximately 50 miles long, making it the longest lake in New Zealand
Catch a glimpse of New Zealand's famous brown kiwi at Kiwi Birdlife Park, which can be found next to the Skyline Queenstown gondola.
Smithsonian's National Zoo
For stunning mountain and lake vistas, weave your way around Skyline Queenstown's luge tracks.
A trip to Queenstown wouldn't be complete without bungee jumping off of Kawarau Bridge, The Nevis or The Ledge. It is here, after all, where the sport was first commercialized.
Though The Remarkables are stunning no matter what time you visit, if you ski all day, expect to catch a glorious mountain sunset as you head back to downtown Queenstown.
Although a skydiving excursion will only lasts about a minute, you'll take in breathtaking city, mountain and water vistas as you plummet toward the ground.
When you need to unwind after a thrilling day, head for a soothing soak at the Onsen Hot Pools.
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