- Queenstown, New Zealand
Supreme winter holidays
Snow capped mountains
Crystal clear lake and blue sky days provide the perfect alpine setting for an unforgettable winter holiday.
Snow lover's paradise with several ski areas on its doorstep and an intoxicating après ski culture.
Abundance of activities
Hit the slopes from early June when the snowfields open - a good season generally runs well into October.
How do we get to Queenstown?
Queenstown sits on the 45th parallel in the southwest corner of the South Island of New Zealand. Getting here is easy as Queenstown International Airport is well served by major airlines.
Air New Zealand and QANTAS Airways make international and domestic flights into Queenstown. Low cost carrier Pacific Blue is now servicing the trans-Tasman Sydney route twice a week. There are daily direct domestic connections from New Zealand's main centres: Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Queenstown Airport is located 10 kilomentres from the town centre.
Access by road is a wonderfully scenic option - drive yourself or catch a scenic coach tour.
Queenstown Airport is serviced by both domestic and international trans-Tasman carriers, comprising Air New Zealand, Qantas, Jetstar and new arrival Pacific Blue.