Discover what’s on in Queenstown
Activities in Queenstown, New Zealand include something for everyone, in every season.
Most Queenstown activities can be experienced all year round in Queenstown, and the region has a fantastic ski and snowboard season from June to early October.
World-renowned for its adventure, Queenstown is home to a huge choice of adrenaline based activities. There are plenty of things to do in Queenstown if you enjoy the great outdoors, superb food and wine, and a more relaxed pace.
Families have lots to choose from on land, lake or in the air, and if you love golf, biking, walking, sailing and fishing you will love Queenstown.
Explore Queenstown by bike
We have all-terrain mountain bikes for hire from our reception. Helmets and water bottles are included. The scenic Frankton Track is immediately below Garden Court and hugs the lake all the way to Frankton - a lovely scenic ride of approximately six kilometers and suitable for all ages.
We can help with ideas, information and even book your activities for you and charge them to your room.
Upcoming Events in Queenstown
Dorothy Browns Cinema, Buckingham Street Arrowntown
The annual QFS short film night is moving venues. This year’s presentation of locally produced films, developed in association with The Source, will be at The Front Room Gallery in Queenstown.
Cardrona Alpine Resort, Cardrona Valley Road Queenstown
Cardrona will once again host the Snow Sports NZ Junior Ski and Snowboard National Championships which is scheduled for 29th September to 3rd October.
Gibbston Valley Winery, 1820 State Highway 6 Queenstown
An extravagant evening of fine wines and dining decadence awaits you on October 4th, 2014 at our Annual Wine Club Gala Dinner. This year we're hosting a Black-tie Masquerade Ball to honour the release of our new Methode Traditionelle Sparkling Wine.
Jack's Point Golf Course, Jacks Point Queenstown
This Annual Event Series; now in its ‘sixth’ successive year, attracts on average 350 - 500 runners and walkers to each events from throughout the Wakatipu and further afield from the start of winter to the beginning of summer.