Local Attractions

We offer luxury Penthouses, Studios and Two Bedroom Apartment accommodation in an exceptional location -  close to the town centre and overlooking Lake Wakatipu.

Local Attractions

Queenstown, New Zealand, sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps.
 
Renowned as the "adventure capital of New Zealand", it’s also a base for exploring the region’s vineyards and historic mining towns.
 
There's bungee jumping off Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge and jet-boating on the Shotover and Dart rivers. In winter, there's skiing on the slopes of The Remarkables and Coronet Peak.

Queenstown was carved out of the land by glaciers, rivers and lakes, but it has been shaped by innovative adventurers and entrepreneurs from New Zealand and around the world.

Adventure

Bungy Jumping

 
Queenstown is the Adventure Capital of the World, according to pretty much everyone. ... Strap up at the World Home of Bungy, the Kawarau Bungy Centre, freestyle it up at the Ledge, or stare fear in the face out at the Nevis Playground. Kawarau Bungy Centre.
 
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Fly through the beech forests of Queenstown on a thrilling New Zealand zipline adventure that departs from the Skyline Gondola summit. A 2-hour beginner option is ideal for families with kids age 6 and up, while the adrenaline-pumping Kereru course has two ziplines that finish with a 21 metre drop and the exciting Kea course is geared toward adventurous flyers with the world’s steepest zipline drop of 30 stories. Either way, eco guides ensure your safety so you can focus on the ride and spectacular views of Lake Wakatipu.
 
 
Queenstown is New Zealand’s outdoor adventure capital, so challenge yourself on a natural canyoning course near Lake Wakatipu. Scramble, slide, and soar through an ancient beech forest using a combination of zipline, rappelling, and swimming. High-quality gear and expert nature guides ensure a safe adventure that can be customized based on your skill level.
 
 
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Nature

Queenstown Garden

The Queenstown Gardens are just a few minutes walk from central Queenstown and offer a beautiful and tranquil setting away from the hustle and bustle.

The landscaped gardens include plenty of places to sit down and admire the beauty of the gardens. Pristine lawns, a large water feature, a wide variety of trees and plants and a rose garden all combine to provide that perfect escape from downtown Queenstown. The gardens also feature a couple of significant memorials. 

The gardens are also a popular place for enthusiasts of disc golf where 18 holes are laid out for you to complete a round of 'golf' with your disc. Metal baskets act as the holes with 'pars' offered for each hole and tees adding to the experience - it's no wonder it attracts the competitive type! Frisbees can easily be purchased from most outdoor shops in the town centre

 
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Queenstown’s main beach looks straight towards Cecil and Walter Peaks, perfect for a swim on a hot day—just one of the reason’s you’ll find Queenstown Bay is a popular spot for visitors during summer. There’s a pontoon at the far end of the beach, with paddle boards, kayaks and other water sports available for hire in the summer months.
 
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The Queenstown area has some of New Zealand's most spectacular scenery and natural features. There are several short walks and hikes in and around Queenstown that give you the opportunity to explore and enjoy this amazing part of the country. 

The Queenstown Hill Time Walk is a 500-metre climb through pine forest to the summit of Te Tapu-nui (mountain of intense sacredness). As you make your way along the track, you will walk by the popular 'Basket of Dreams' sculpture as well as six information plates that explain different epochs of Lake Wakatipu and Queenstown.

When you have completed the time walk and reach the summit, you'll be rewarded with sweeping views of the surrounding land and some of Queenstown's main landmarks.

 
 
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Our Apartments

With accommodation to suit everyone, from individuals, corporate travellers, couples, groups and families, The Waterfront, Queenstown, is a friendly,
welcoming place to stay when visiting the adventure capital of New Zealand.

Executive Penthouse

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Penthouse Studio

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Two Bedroom Apartment

One Bedroom One bathroom

One Bedroom Apartment

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