Queenstown

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Description
At 340 meters Queenstown is surrounded by rugged mountains, majestic lakes, crystal clear air, and just so much to do. From bungy jumping to wine trails, jet boating to tramping, dining out to skiing, the tricky part is extending your stay to try and fit everything in. Born as an 1860's goldmining camp, 140 years later Queenstown has a compact and sophisticated downtown area tucked into a picturesque bay on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Dwarfed by the surrounding mountains, there are amazing views from everywhere. There's also a permanent buzz in the downtown area where you'll find a lively café/bar scene and excellent shopping.

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Location & Travel Info
Country: New Zealand
Region: Southern Lakes Region
Address: Queenstown
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Nearest Town: Queenstown
Nearest Airport: Queenstown
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Mount Aspiring64 cm
Mount Cook27 cm
Mount Baw Baw15 cm
Ben Lomond10 cm
Lake Louise10 cm
Mount Mawson10 cm
Hotham8 cm
Falls Creek6 cm
Mount Buller6 cm
Mount Stirling6 cm
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