- Shotover Jet
- Skyline Queenstown
- Million Dollar Cruise
- TSS Earnslaw Steamship & Walter Peak Farm
- Ziptrek Ecotours
- The Helicopter Line
- AJ Hackett Bungy - Kawarau Bridge Bungy
- An epic ride on the Twin Rivers Trail
Queenstown Must Do ActivitiesQueenstown · 9 Items · Mike Watt · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Queenstown Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Queenstown Must Do Activities'.
As the capital of adeventure in New Zealand, Queenstown offers visitors a huge selection of activities to enjoy. All types of activity are available ifrom the thrilling, to the awe inspiring, through to the scenic and family type of experiences. In fact, pretty much anything you want to try is here. To help make sure you don't miss out on the most popular and iconic attractions, we've picked out the top 'must do activities in Queenstown' to experience.
Shotover Jet invites thrill seekers to try 'The World's Most Exciting Jet Boating Ride' - a high-speed jet boat ride through Shotover River Canyons. Operating since 1965, Shotover Jet has earned its reputation as a must-do activity in Queenstown. Since its inception, the Shotover Jet has given the adrenaline rush of a lifetime to over three million people. Their world famous jet boats can na... More info
Skyline Queenstown Located an easy 5 minute walk from central Queenstown and exclusively accessed by scenic Gondola, Skyline Queenstown is a 'must-see' attraction during your visit to Queenstown, New Zealand. The best views in the region are found here spread out in a spectacular 220 degree panorama with breathtaking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables mountain range and across Lake Wa... More info
Enjoy the best of the views of Lake Wakatipu on the fantastic locally owned and operated Million Dollar Cruise. This great value cruise takes in some of the most interesting parts of the lake, including stunning mountain views and amazing wildlife, with a trip right to the end of the lake. Large windows and spacious seating offer panoramic views while the launch is heated so the journey is c... More info
TSS Earnslaw Steamship & Walter Peak FarmQueenstown Must Do Activities Queenstown Central, Queenstown
The TSS Earnslaw is an iconic steamship that offers visitors a scenic cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak High Country Farm. The 90-minute cruise departs from Steamer Wharf and provides spectacular views of Queenstown's incredible alpine scenery. On board, guests can purchase food and drinks from the Promenade Cafe and enjoy the music from the onboard pianist. The TSS Earn... More info
Ziptrek Ecotours is New Zealand's number one ziplining guided tour featuring the steepest tree to tree zipline in the world. This is a fully guided tour. You will be well looked after by two experienced guides that manage all aspects of safety and help with your launch and arrival at each tree deck. Everything is taken care of, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the ride With a rare emphas... More info
The Helicopter Line is New Zealand's premier commercial and leisure helicopter operator, offering amazing scenic flights over some of the world's most breathtaking scenery. Their Squirrel planes guarantee a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so make sure your camera is fully charged! The Queenstown flights offer unrivaled views of this alpine paradise, mixing views of the Southern Alps, icy gl... More info
AJ Hackett Bungy - Kawarau Bridge BungyQueenstown Must Do Activities Queenstown Central, Queenstown
The world's first, and still the best, bungy jump site, at the Kawarau Bridge, outside Queenstown. Full visitor centre, with viewing platform, cafe, shop, plus the awesome bungy jump itself. The madness all began with the opening of the Kawarau Bridge Bungy Centre in November, 1988. The Kawarau Bungy Centre is home to the original 43 metre Kawarau Bungy Jump. If you've heard of Bungy, you've he... More info
Just 20km northwest of Queenstown, at the base of the Arrow River, and easily accessible via Arthur's Point or SH-6 at Arrow Junction, Arrowtown is an old gold mining town and a real slice of New Zealand history. Resembling a Wild West frontier town, Arrowtown has lots of delightful whiteboard buildings, with pretty, colonnaded shop fronts, ornate cornicing and a real 'gold feve... More info
What a ride. What a day. Hiring a bike and riding on The Queenstown Trail is a truly enjoyable way to explore Queenstown and appreciate the beauty of the region. We hired a couple of e-bikes from the team at ‘Going Blue’ (highly Recommended) and took on the Twin Rivers Trail and part of the Arrow Bridges Trail that leads into historic Arrowtown and its gold mining history. The overall... More info
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