The view from the western sideof Lake Hayes Trail. Take in the splendid views of the three surrounding mountain ranges.
Situated in the original Dairy Factory are realist paintings on a grand scale.
Start your ride early in the morning to catch the mist rising above the Kawarau River
Panoramic photo opportunities on the 80 metres long, Edgar suspension bridge which is 45 metres above the Arrow River
Coffee and a famous sticky bun at locals’ favourite, Provisions Café, Arrowtown
Just after Billie’s Bridge on the Kawarau River, look for the rough track to the river and take a moment to enjoy nature’s bounty ￼
Millbrook Spa Hidden amongst native forest and above the Mill Stream is the Millbrook Spa, natural grandeur outside, and total luxury within.
This historic bridge has been restored to its former glory by the Rotary Club of Queenstown, the view from the Shotover River up to local ski field Coronet Peak is breathtaking – a photo moment
A photographer’s dream. It’s worth the climb from Speargrass Flat Road – drink in the views across Lakes Hayes and up to the soaring Remarkable mountain range and out to Cecil and Walter Peaks.
The Swain Bridge is found on the Arrowtown Millennium Trail, there is a perfect spot for a picnic beside the bridge.
Be sure to stop by the Boat Shed Cafe and try a sticky bun and enjoy the views over the lake to the spectaclar Remarkables Mountains.
Superb lake and mountain views over undulating terrain ending at Jack's Point Clubhouse, note this trail has tight corners and steep pitches
This is Queenstown like you’ve never experienced before! Off the beaten track you’ll discover the remote and rugged landscapes, glorious vistas down the aquamarine Kawarau River and some of the best picnic and fishing spots on the trail.
Views from the four bridges criss-crossing the Arrow River, riding the Barfoot Tunnel under the State Highway, the 80m Edgar suspension bridge
Historic Arrowtown, Millbrook 5 star luxury resort and spa, a feast of architecture and art galleries, tree-lined avenues, Thurlby Domain’s stone ruins.
One of the NZ’s most-photographed lakes. Walnut Cottage for coffee, Amisfield Winery and Bistro for lunch.
Well-tended vines on the slopes of the valley, views from the Gibbston River Trail, wine tasting and great food.