Queenstown, New Zealand's tourism, ski, travel, golf, fly-fishing, wine, food, adventure, holiday & retirement destination

Queenstown rests on the shore of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, framed by the dramatic Southern Alps. Queenstown is the heart of the central Central Otago region, renowned for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards, and as The Adventure Capitol of the World.

Otago Daily Times - 25 May 2016

Queenstown Airport's passenger numbers reached 1.6 million for the first time in a 12-month period in April, figures released by Auckland International Airport show.

26 May 2016 - Otago Daily Times

Developer Alastair Porter estimates between 3000 and 4000 apartment units could be built within the Remarkables Park town centre zone in the future.

Aucklanders eye Q'town homes

NZ Herald - 25-May-16

27 May 2016 - Mountain Scene

Davies family's big resort plans

A Rich Lister family wants to build a plush new golf resort near Arrowtown.


Boom to continue: Colliers

28 May 2016 - Mountain Scene

A Queenstown property consultancy expects the local real estate boom to continue for two to three years despite approaching historic highs.

Wakatipu buildings among 15 honoured

30 May 2016 - Otago Daily Times - Several buildings in the Wakatipu Basin were among 15 to win prizes at the 2016 Southern Architecture Awards in Queenstown at the weekend.

22 July 2016 - New Zealand is the LEAD STORY on the Daily Mail front page

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News Blog  - Updated 4 December 2016 - News Blog

Infometrics predicts the next decade's economic 'hotspots'

24 November 2016

Central Otago is the most promising provincial region, and its prospects over the long-term look upbeat.

27 November 2016

26 November 2016

27 November 2016

27 November 2016

28 November 2016

Provisions in Arrowtown provides an award-winning range of chutneys, jams and preserves, handmade with pure Central Otago, New Zealand grown fruit.

Photos By Visitors  - Updated 4 December 2016