The adventure capital of the world.

A hot spot for extreme adventure sport enthusiasts and snow bunnies, Queenstown is the ultimate destination for anyone seeking a high octane, outdoor adventure.

During summer, white water rafting, canyon swinging and sky-diving are prime activities to fill your schedule with while during winter, it's all about skiing and snowboarding on some of the nation's best snow fields. This includes Coronet Peak, the Remarkables and Treble Cone.

Queenstown has its own airport, which receives international and domestic flights, making it easily accessible from major Australian cities as well as other New Zealand destinations including Auckland and Christchurch.

Gearing up for an adventure of a lifetime? You won't find better this side of the hemisphere than in Queenstown.

Queenstown travel deals

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New Zealand flights from $239

Valid for travel from 12 November - 13 December 2018 and 31 January - 31 May 2019. Destinations include Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown. Sample fare is Melbourne-Christchurch.

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Up to 25% off luxury hotels worldwide

Valid for travel on select dates. Destinations include Auckland, Queenstown, London, Bangkok, Paris, Fiji and more. T&Cs apply.

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