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Queenstown is often referred to as the Adrenalin Sports Capital of the World. If you’ve got a nerve-wracking activity that you’re dreaming of doing, it’s probably invented or pioneered in Queenstown.
Things to do here include commercial bungy jumping, cliff jumping, ziplining, human catapulting, giant swinging, tandem skydiving, and paragliding and so much more. More than 2 million tourists come to visit each year to check off some items on their bucket list.
How to Get In and Out of Queenstown
- Queenstown Airport which is located in Frankton, Otago, New Zealand serves the multi-event town of Queenstown. It is 8 kilometers away from the town’s central business district. This airport receives direct flights from the other main cities of New Zealand, namely Auckland Wellington, and Christchurch. There are super shuttles, vans, and taxis fetching passengers from the airport. With every scheduled flight coming in, a super shuttle comes in to fetch passengers. Vans are other options, but sometimes they are not enough to accommodate all the passengers. The super shuttles are recommended because they cost half the price of taxis and don’t require a reservation. Taxis are available until midnight at the airport.
- Busses operate regularly from 6 am until the late hours of the evening, every single day. Camp Street is the main bus stop. It is located opposite the Village Green area.
There are 4 routes:
- Arrowtown to Arthur’s Point (via Frankton) – Every 30 minutes on peak hours and every hour on off peak hours until 10 pm
- Fernhill to Remarkables Park – every 15 minutes until midnight
- Lake Hayes Estate to Jack’s Point – Every 30 minutes on peak hours and every hour on off peak hours until 10 pm.
- Kelvin Heights to Frankton Flats – Every hour until 10 pm.
- Two shuttle companies operate schedules from Tarras to Queenstown. The closest stop that you should observe is at the Frankton Bus Interchange which is a short walk to the airport terminal. Otherwise, taxis would be convenient but more expensive.
Some common routes:
- Queenstown to CHRISTCHURCH. Via plane, it would take only a 1 hour flight to reach Christchurch. But you can drive by car along scenic routes for a pleasant 6 hours which you won’t feel at all. You will pass by Pukaki, Lake Tekapo, Geraldine and Ashburton. If you are in Lake Tekapo, if you have time, you can make a detour to Mt. Cook National Park.
- Queenstown to AUCKLAND. If you catch a plane to Auckland, it would take you only a short 1 hour and 45 minutes. But if you decide on a road trip, it’s one of the best 10 day journeys ever. You will be transported from the Adrenalin capital in the south to the north through some of the most beautiful scenery. Along the way, pass by interesting Hobbiton for movie set tours, go skydiving in Taupo and check out the fabulous beaches on the route.
How to Get Around Queenstown
You can choose from the following options to get around:
- Rent a car, drive through the
- Use the which costs just $2 and links Queenstown’s suburbs
- Explore by foot the region
- Explore by bicycle the Queenstown Trail
- Take the scheduled ferry from Frankton Arm to Queenstown
- Take a free shuttle service from The Station in Queenstown (located at corner Shotover Street and Camp Street) to Arrowtown (every Thursday to Sunday only)
- Take the free transport offered by local activity operators from downtown or from your hotel to your adrenalin activity location for the day.
- Rent camper vans or motor homes to explore the exciting Queenstown region.
- Taxis and limousine services.
What to Do in Queenstown
- The Queenstown downtown district is compact so many restaurants, shops and hotels are within walking distance.
- Rent a car to drive through the Southern Scenic Route. This will showcase the natural environment wherein as you drive, you will witness not only the scenery but also the wildlife, heritage, and people. The scenery is diverse, ranging from the rugged coastline of the Catlins to the antiquated forests and glaciers of Fiordland up to the mesmerizing lake and alpine view of the Wakatipu Basin.
- Let’s do a quick list of adrenalin pumping activities to do in Queenstown. Perfect for the sporty types and the fragile ones, better stay home. Queenstown is the birthplace of the commercial bungy and has the highest bungy, has resources for the world’s highest cliff jump, provides the biggest human catapult, owns the steepest zipline and provides one of the world’s largest giant swings.
- Indulge also in tandem skydiving and paragliding which were pioneered here
- Jetboat rides and whitewater rafting
- Quad biking and buggy tours
- Skiing or hiking the Alpine slopes
- Great shopping featuring luxury brands, distinctive New Zealand design stores, souvenirs, present day fashion and adventure sports equipment all within walking distance in the Queenstown central business district.
- Art galleries, book shops, specialty food and wine stores are all competing for your attention too.
- Food is an important aspect of the Queenstown experience. This town is renowned worldwide for excellent food, wine and nightlife. Savor the flavors of the region or do some healthy vegan eating. There are over 150 dining establishments, bars and cafes in Queenstown. Fine dining, celebrity chef owned restaurants, family oriented restaurants and iconic dessert places. Also award winning cafes and surprising burger joints. There are also gluten free, halal, vegan and vegetarian options.
Summer, which is from December to February, is typically warm by day, and cool at night. It is also the peak season for tourism. Winter, which happens from June to August, could be ranging from cool to cold to snowy.
Bungy jumping is an invention done right in New Zealand and Queenstown is known as the World’s Home of Bungy Jumping. The first commercial bungy jump was done off the historic Kawarau Bridge and you can jump off there too – all 43 meters of it!