Queenstown, New Zealand
Near the center of New Zealand south Island is the gateway of Queenstown. Queenstown has maintained its Natural Habitat as it is and is known all over the world for its adventure sports.
Things to do –
- Visit the lake Wakatipu, the main tourist attraction in Queenstown.
- Milford Sound is a beautiful Fjord and is a remote place
- Routeburn Track is known for hiking and camping
- You can do boating in Beautiful lake Wanaka, fishing is done here on small scale.
- For Skiing you can go to the resort of Coronet Peak
- Hollyford track is again a site for hiking and has a beautiful lake there.
- If you want to do bungee jumping and camping go to the shotover jet
- Skyline Queenstown
- Lake Hayes
- Skippers canyon is one of the best place for adventure sports, you can do bungee jumping and rafting here
- Ben Lomond
- The hot springs of onset hot pool are worth visiting
- Kiwi birdlife Park
- Moke lake is famous for tourists camping there
Where to stay?
Some of the best places to stay in Queenstown are-
- Ingenia Holiday Cairns coconut, cairns
- Qualia, Hamilton Island
- Emporium hotel, Brisbane
- Freestyle Resort, Port Douglas
- The new Inchcolm Hotel and suites, Brisbane
What to eat?
Top 5 restaurants of Queensland that will make you lick your finger are-
- Rick shores, Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast- This restaurant has beautiful water view outside. Try lamb belly bao with kimchi peas and fried egg mayo
- Gauge, South Brisbane- order silken almond tofu with eggplant and caper leaf
- Otto Ristorante, Brisbane- Try Italian dishes like prosciutto e fichi and house made Pasta.
- The Fish House, Burleigh heads, Gold Coast- This place is known for its delicious seafood
- Urbane, Brisbane- This restaurant has a Vegan chef and is open only 2 nights a week.