Queenstown's Key Facts


Queenstown has a huge choice of restaurants and cafes to explore. A great place to start exploring the town is at the Mall, which is a pedestrian only street dominated by restaurants, cafés and souvenir shops that lead down to the Maintown Pier and this is where the TSS Earnslaw steam ship departs from.

Shopping in Queenstown

Compact and cosmopolitan Queenstown packs a punch on the shopping front. From international designer brands, the best in New Zealand fashion, outdoor gears galore, and some smaller gems along the way, follow this trail to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

The pedestrian-friendly Queenstown Mall is centrally located and has a large number of high street chain stores to local fashion boutiques, undispersed with cafes and restaurants to sate your appetite from a day perusing the shops. Start here on your walking mission, at the top or bottom, it doesn’t matter.

The surrounding streets offer jewellery, book stores, wine, and outdoor gear stores to pick up extra layers of weather-proof clothing.

Head towards the Queenstown Gardens on Camp Street, checking out stores on both sides of the road, and sneaking down Searle Lane to see what boutique goodies you can snap up along the way.

Queenstown's clothing and shoe shops are a collection of the latest designs and must-have basics.

Then, take a right down Church Street and head towards the lake, where you’ll find books, art, jewellery by local designers and a brand new development, Eichardt’s, which houses some serious fashion.

Now you’re on Rees Street, and back at the Mall where the high street brands are plentiful.

Further along up and down Beach Street as far as Earnslaw Park are more boutiques for both men and women, as well as surf brands, wine and a stationers’. Make sure you venture down any alleyways or up the escalators to see what you can find.

If outdoor gear is your jam, Shotover Street has you covered, quite literally. From camping gear, bikes, snow gear and the most technical of outdoor clothing, there are a number of shops that will see to your every need, no matter the season.

Secret Photography spots around Queenstown

It doesn’t matter how popular it is or it isn’t, or how big it comes to grow to. The fact is that Queenstown and its surroundings are breathtaking and no one can ever take that away.


1. One Mile Carpark

A 5 minute walk out of the town centre One Mile Car Park offers fantastic vistas over the lake Wakatipu toward The Remarkable Mountain Range and straight over to Cecil Peak. It also gives a good vantage point to look over to Queenstown gardens too. Whether you want to get snapshots of sun rising above the Remarkables or last light hitting Walter's Peak you can't go wrong with this one. 


2. Ben Lomond Summit

A steady uphill hike and one of the best trekking routes in the whole of New Zealand, this summit will give you views like no other. An unbelievable 360 panoramic vantage point over all surrounding mountains. If you’re brave, do it through the night and enjoy sunrise on the top.


3. Queenstown Gardens

Queenstown gardens is a picturesque place, perfect for an afternoon round of frisbee golf, a quiet picnic or just a stroll around with your camera. Follow the hiking path from the beachfront near the town centre for around 10 minutes to the other side of the gardens and you will be greeted by this spectacular view. Best time for photos is late afternoon and sunset. Watch the Remarkables mountain range turn red as the sun sets behind neighbouring hills. 


4. Jack's Point

Jack’s point is a short drive away from Queenstown (15 minutes) but it’s like a completely different place. Instead of having the view of The Remarkables you’ll be directly underneath them.  It's one of those places where you find yourself thinking how nice it would be to own a house here."Sigh...one day when I hit the jackpot in a lottery." The little lake right by the golf clubhouse creates stunning reflections of the surrounding mountains on a windless day. 


5. Queenstown Hill

One of the best hikes in Queenstown, that has great effort to views ratio. The hill north east of the town centre offers sentinel views over the Lake Hayes, Coronet Peak and of course Lake Wakatipu. 


6. Bob's Peak/Skyline Gondola

At the top of the gondola, there’s an incredible chance to see Queenstown at night. The lights of the city shimmering below snow capped peaks. It’s definitely one of my choices for the most photogenic spots. Be warned though, that a lot other photography enthusiast may think the same. If you want to escape the crowds, walk for another 10-15 minutes uphill, past the luge and forest until you get to a clearing where the paragliders take off. You will find yourself in a whole different world with hardly anywhere else in sight!


7. Lake Hayes

Another great photo spot in Queenstown is lake Hayes. On a still day you can expect some reflections of the surrounding mountains. If you happen to be in the area during autumn, the trees along the lakeshore turn into beautiful shades of yellow and red. A morning fog on a cold morning is also not uncommon during this time of the year.


8. Moke Lake

On the road towards Glenorchy, which is an incredible drive with plenty of photo opportunities in itself, there’s a little right hand turn which leads to Moke Lake. Moke Lake is a horseshoe shaped lake which is great to hike around and offers fantastic reflections, especially in the winter. Astrophotographers paradise!


9. Shotover Canyon

If you decide to go jetboating in Queenstown, which is a fun activity, chances are you’ll be racing in and out of the Shotover Canyon. Seen from the viewing platform however is awesome too. Even prince William and Kate Middleton couldn't say no to this view when they visit New Zealand few years ago!


10. Old Glenorchy Wharf

Driving down the Glenorchy Road for about 30 minutes you get a small abandoned jetty on the left hand side. Blink and you’ll miss it. This photo spot is where to spend a sunset or two. Stay until it gets dark and you might be able to get some aurora glow when looking South!

Top Clubs to check out in Queenstown


This small venue is where you will find the hostel crowds, as it is Nomads‘ and Base‘s partner bar. A mix of Mexican food, nightly entertainment and crowd-pleaser tunes makes Loco Cantina a fun place to party in Queenstown.



Hidden in a basement on Cow Lane, Rhinos is the place to be for apres ski! The ski shack is open all year round, with food, drinks, games and hip-hop music late into the night.



Tardis is your hip hop, dubstep and drum n’ base scene. Unlike the Tardis in Doctor Who, it is actually small on the inside. All the better to get your sweat on!



Winnies is a gourmet pizza spot by day and a hub for crazy dance moves by night. It is a bigger venue so tends to be space to pull some dangerous shapes.



Another bigger venue compared to the usual small bars in Queenstown. Searle Lane plays hits for everyone to live entertainment.

Restaurants in Queenstown


You can’t visit Queenstown without eating a Fergburger as big as your head. It is famous for bursting with fresh ingredients and having a permanent line out front. Try the original New Zealand beef with tomato, lettuce, onion, aioli and tomato relish, or the lamb option with mint jelly. If you’re feeling sure of yourself (and your stomach) and are looking to draw a crowd, order the Big Al, with half a pound of beef, two eggs, plenty of bacon, cheese, beetroot, lettuce, tomato, red onion, relish and aioli. You’ll struggle to finish it, but the crowd will cheer you to the finish line.

42 Shotover Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 441 1232


Amisfield Winery & Bistro

Central Otago is most renowned for Pinot Noir, and you’ll find we always have between two and four on the wine tasting list in their Cellar Door. Amisfield Winer and Bistro has a team of passionate and knowledgeable staff who are only too happy for you to share in their passion for wine and food and ensure your experience is as memorable as the dramatic landscape. Bistro offers a choice of a seasonal à la carte menu or the signature ‘Trust the Chef’ menu – a well known shared dining experience. *Last seating for ‘Trust the Chef’ menu is 2.45pm.

10 Lake Hayes Road, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 0556


Public Kitchen & Bar

Whether it’s a local Queenstown beer at the bar with a groper slider from the snack menu, dinner in one of the cosy wall booths with friends or outside dining soaking up the stunning views with a cocktail in hand Public Kitchen offers multiple dining options to enjoy the exceptional sharing dishes on offer. The closest restaurant to the lake in the classy Steamer Wharf entertainment precinct Public Kitchen is Open daily from eleven for brunch, lunch, bar grazing, casual drinks and dinner.

Beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 5969


Madam Woo 

Madam Woo serves up authentic Malaysian Hawker food in a fast, fresh and fun setting. The menu is designed to be shared and draws from many of the chef's authentic family recipes to create big, vibrant flavours. The signature dishes embody the Woo ethos of big flavours and include Madam's Rendang with Nasi Lemak, and the famous Madam Woo Hawker rolls, which have generated a cult-like following. Whether you are popping into Madam Woo for an Asian inspired cocktail and dumplings at the bar or for dinner with friends, you are sure to experience a genuinely unique dining experience.

5 The Mall, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 9200


Roaring Megs Restaurant (Est.1981)

Searching for that perfect NZ Lamb dish? Then look no further than Roaring Megs, it is only restaurant in the area to receive 19 consecutive NZ Beef & Lamb Hallmark of Excellence Gold plates (incl. 2017) and win the recent Central Otago & Lakes District Lamb Dish and Restaurant of the Year competitions. The restaurant is appreciated locally and globally for its unique, stylish menu and award winning Rack of Canterbury Lamb. Elegant, Victorian decor, beautiful views of the Remarkables and a quiet, friendly ambience, Megs is perfect for any occasion, large or small. Bon appetit!

Level 1 , 53 Shotover Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 9276


Rātā - Josh Emett

Opened by internationally recognised Michelin starred chef Josh Emett and highly regarded local restaurateur Fleur Caulton, Rātā takes inspiration from the southern landscape and everything that epitomises New Zealand. Passionate about creating a restaurant that encompasses that hard to find real restaurant experience, Rātā is a relaxed eating-house with a neighbourhood feel, great service and delicious food. The restaurant is located discreetly away from the hustle and bustle of Queenstown, tucked away alongside heritage buildings and a sunny courtyard. It is a great place to unwind, with several dining spaces including a bar and sunny courtyard that is perfect for all day eating. Come for lunch, dinner or bar grazing with friends, family or work colleagues.

43 Ballarat Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 9393


Prime Waterfront Restaurant and Bar

Prime Waterfront Restaurant and Bar is located on the water's edge with panoramic lake and mountain views. Prime's chef specialises in char-grilled steak and seafood you can even bring your own freshly-caught trout for the chefs to cook. Prime's drinks list features many local pinot noir labels as well as cocktails and numerous beers to choose from. Prime is open daily from midday for lunch and dinner from 5pm. Chefs here are also capable to cater for special diets with advance notice. In summer the lakeside lawn provides ultimate waterfront dining and upstairs there is an open fire on cold evenings and all tables enjoy stunning lake and mountain views.

Upstairs 2 Rees Street, Queenstown


Mackenzies Restaurant 

As early settlers to Queenstown's Wakatipu region, the Mackenzie family were renowned for their generosity, hospitality and pioneering spirit. This feeling inspires the service, ambience and cuisine at Mackenzies Restaurant, a Queenstown Restaurant and Bar, where intimate dining is complemented by glowing fires in the winter, and summer offers al fresco fare on the expansive balconies. The seasonal menu is dedicated to the freshest local ingredients. 

91 Fernhill Road, Queenstown, Ph 03 450 1530


Fishbone Bar & Grill

Located in downtown Queenstown, Fishbone Bar & Grill is Queenstown's only seafood restaurant, serving the freshest fish and shellfish, caught daily off New Zealand's coastline. If there really are plenty of fish in the sea, you can eat most of them here. The Fishbone menu features a terrific variety of South Island caught fish paired with seasonal ingredients, many grown by the chef himself. There is a huge selection of fresh shellfish too; including oysters shucked to order and clams live from our seawater tank. And if fish & chips is your thing, wait till you see The Fishbone Cone. The wine list celebrates the best of New Zealand as does their Kiwi Pavlova. Open for dinner from 5pm fully licensed Children, non seafood diners 7 vegetarians all catered for.

7 beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 4426 768 


Finz Seafood & Grill Queenstown

Finz Seafood & Grill offers casual relaxed waterfront dining right in the heart of Queenstown. Finz is a delightful bustling seafood bistro where you can enjoy the wholesome flavours of New Zealand including succulent seafood, premium steaks, New Zealand Lamb and the popular daily Fresh Fish Specials. With great food and great prices in a fabulous location, Finz offers a unique dining experience. A large selection of premium Central Otago and New Zealand wines and beers are available to accompany your meal. 

Ground Floor, Steamer Wharf, Beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 7405


Walter Peak Evening Dining

Cruise across Lake Wakatipu on board the TSS Earnslaw Vintage Steamship to Walter Peak High Country Farm. The Colonel's Homestead Restaurant has a unique ambience and is the perfect place to enjoy their new menu which includes an expansive array of New Zealand and local produce. Try succulent meats cooked on the rotisserie or grill, selections of delicious vegetables and salads, followed by irresistible desserts, New Zealand cheeses and freshly brewed tea & coffee.After dinner, an entertaining farm demonstration at the woolshed provides a glimpse into high country farming life. Then it is time to board the TSS Earnslaw for your return cruise back to Queenstown.

Real Journeys Visitor Centre, Steamer Wharf, 88 Beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 249 6000

Cafes in Queenstown


At Rehab they create an experience where passion and purpose come together and believe that every mouthful reflects their commitment, passion and the glorious earth it comes from. 100% real fruit, 100% real vegetables. Wholesome, tasty and fanatically fresh, all the products come from straight from the farm, the orchard, and the ocean to you. The food here is as healthy as possible from grow to grab’n’go – and that’s a promise. Promise of not using any flavoured fruit syrups, sorbets or added sugars. Everything is natural, as Mother Nature and Papatuanuku intended them to be.

33 Camp Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 441 4209


Cavells Cafe & Bar

The fully licenced Cavells Cafe & Bar is nestled on the banks of the Shotover River by the Old Cavells Bridge with outstanding views of the mountains and the Shotover river. Cavells is the perfect place to enjoy the tranquil Arthurs Point setting over a beer or fresh baked cafe food or bar snack. 

Arthur's Point Road, Arthurs Point, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 8692


The Empanada Kitchen

These people make delicious empanadas (South American/ European pasties). Everyday's flavour is different, and if you adventurous on flavours then you can also try their special sauces. A great place for a tasty, unique and nutritious lunch at a affordable price or when you on the go! 

60 Beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 021 0279 2109 


Raeward Fresh 

The chefs at Raeward Fresh shop in-store daily, getting to choose from local produce and New Zealand's finest free range meats to create a deli cabinet second to none. The cafe is known for consistently great coffee and generously filled locally made bagels. Let the bakers cake display delight you with traditional and raw baking sought after by the locals for over 13 years.

53 Robins Road, off Gorge Road, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 4161


Vudu Café

Nestled in the heart of Queenstown, cosy Vudu Café is so popular that the owners had to open up another café further down the street. From baked goods to a fabulous and extensive brunch menu, which includes a generous amount of gluten free options, Vudu really has it all. Locals will tell you it has the best coffee in town with latte bowls for $5. If there is a line, the wait is most certainly worth it.

16 Rees Street, Queenstown, 03 441 8370


Pier 19

Right next to the lakeside, Pier 19 is the best spot to enjoy the beauty of the stunning Remarkable ranges while watching the steamship dock. On crispy mornings staff provide an abundance of blankets and switch on the outdoor heaters so customers can enjoy the site before them without getting hypothermia! Make sure to try the whitebait omelette, a west coast NZ fresh-water favourite. This venue certainly wins for views and of course its extra-tasty brunch.

Steamer Wharf, Beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 4006


Bob's Weigh

A little café with a big reputation and a local favourite, what more could you ask for? Situated on Shotover Street, the breakfast menu is served until 4pm and I wasn’t lying when I said the space was small but what they lack in size is made-up for in their extra-large food portions. Picture massive pancakes and a Big Breakfast that many reviewers agree will fill you up for the day. The liveliness and atmosphere is another reason why this gem packs out, look out for Mary on the till she is a hoot!

The Clock Tower, 6 Shotover Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 442 8542

Bars and Pubs in Queenstown.

Little Blackwood 

Little Blackwood is a locals favourite, offering seasonal delights throughout the year. Warm the soul after a chilly winters day with their famous mulled wine or Amaretto Hot Toddy.  Or, wind-down from a classic Adventure-filled day in Queenstown and watch the sunset from the lakefront patio with a cold brew. Just pull out a chair and try one on the creative cocktail list, seasonal menu of local wines, or selection of craft beers.  Let the team tempt you with their famous Artisan cheese & meat platters, or tasty tapas and pizzas.  Grab a drink and enjoy the million-dollar view from the heated outdoor waterside deck, or relax inside by the fireplace, surrounded by modern handcrafted Blackwood furniture and a contemporary fit-out.  

Steamer Wharf, 88 Beach Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 441 8066


1876 Bar and Restaurant

With unbeatable value for both food and drink, Queenstown's best outdoor deck and nightly entertainment its easy to see why 1876 has become an enduring favourite pub and eatery for Queenstown locals and visitors alike. 1876 came to be when it was converted from the original courthouse, an iconic piece of Queenstown's history and landscape. If you're looking for value, any of the Monteith's tap beers, house wines, spirits and ciders are $5 all day, everyday. Foodwise, we offer generous servings of easy to share snacks, scrumptious pub-style lunches and hearty dinners with different dinner deals throughout the week including a $15 dinner menu and $10 (half price) burgers with fries!

45 Ballarat Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 409 2178


Smiths Craft Beer House

Welcome to Smiths! This is Queenstown's only quintessential Craft Beer Free-house. It offer 3 different and unique seating areas that will cater to either large groups, friends & families or individuals. With the upstairs location you will be blown away by one of Queenstowns best views of the Remarkables mountain range. This Beer House offers the best of what is available in NZ for any craft beer enthusiast. 21 rotating taps and a solid reserve" bottle selection will most certainly cater to all tastes. If beer is not your thing, a boutique wine selection and some nice spirits are prepared for you to choose from. Beer & food come in all flavours and styles, and flavour is what they are proud of, with an emphasis on adventurous, creative beer & food. They enjoy beer thats not to classic style guidelines & love brewers who go off the beaten path to create something new. Food and beer are individualistic so grab a pint, some food & forge your own favourites! If you're not sure what you want, grab one of our tasting flights and plan you next tasty journey!

53 Shotover Street, Queenstown, Ph 03 409 2337


Cru Wine Bar & Lounge

Savour a pre-dinner drink in a refined atmosphere at Cru Wine Bar & Lounge. Sink into a plush leather armchair and choose from the extensive selection of whiskeys and wines. Select a Central Otago wine to enjoy alongside a beautiful cheese platter with Brie de Meaux, Whitestone Windsor blue, quince paste, lavosh and walnut bread. Let our expert mixologist create a unique cocktail based on your favourite flavours and scents, and ask about our cocktail making classes a great idea for a group The sophisticated lounge area showcases beautiful lake views and is a stunning cocktail function space. On the spacious deck, enjoy the crisp, fresh air and the view of the courtyard, or relax beside the fire on a rich velvet sofa with a view of the mountains.

Kawarau Village, 79 Peninsula Road, Kelvin Heights, Queenstown, Ph 03 450 9400


Below Zero Ice Bar

There is no time limit; it is up to you how long you stay! Everything in the bar is made of ice; their amazingly detailed sculptures, seating areas, ice hockey table, photobooth, fireplace, custom built bar and even the glasses that they serve their delicious cocktails in. All constructed by hand by their exceptionally talented ice carver and reimagined every 3 months, to ensure every ice experience is better than the last! Currently number 1 on Trip Advisor for nightlife in Queenstown, Below Zero is proud to be the biggest and best ice experience in the Southern Hemisphere. Fun for all ages and groups! 

Searle Lane, Queenstown, Ph 03 409 0040


Eichardt's Bar

Eichardt's Bar, a Queenstown icon since 1867 has an atmosphere, history and ambience unlike anywhere else in the world, offering a welcoming environment for comfortable interaction between guests of the hotel and some of Queenstowns most colourful characters. Here, cocktails are created by top New Zealand bartenders who incorporate years of experience and passion into every drink. Eichardt's' attentive bar team is always ready to serve with a welcoming smile, good humour and utterly professional and knowledgeable manner. Eichardt's signature breakfast, lunch and tapas menus feature fresh and organic produce sourced from the very best local growers and all can be paired with a wine from our extensive hand selected list. Eichardt's' chefs have built a loyal following for consistent delicious and always inspiring dishes. The Bar oozes the warmth, comfort and style of this beautiful hotel with breathtaking views of the lake and mountains. A Queenstown must do. 

Marine Parade, Queenstown, Ph 03 441 0450


The World Bar & Restaurant 

The World Bar is part fishing cabin, meat aficionados parlour and sunbathers paradise. This bars eclectic dcor accents an attention to detail and a handmade aesthetic. From the 100% fresh New Zealand grass fed beef burgers, to the selection of New Zealand wines and craft beers. Since 1996 The World Bar has been serving up the iconic Teapot Cocktails to the Queenstown masses and brand new options raise the bar again. This location marks the second home for the bar after a fire destroyed the original location in 2013. A completely new kitchen focuses on fare that is locally grown and house ground burgers delight the meat addicted. Just to keep everyone happy, most of the menu is available as Vegetarian and Gluten free. Families are welcome for lunch and dinner. Open from 12:00pm-late, 7 days a week. Once the sun goes down, this spot transforms into a spontaneous party atmosphere, which leaves you feeling like you just raved in your grandfather's woodshed.

12 Church Street, Queenstown, 03 450 0008



Situated in the heart of Queenstowns Mall, Winnies offers the best pizza and casual dining experience in town. Try the world famous Montonara Pizza frequently said by the customers who have tried as "the best pizza they've ever had". Vegetarian options are also available. If you're not looking for pizza then try the tasty ala cart menu. Before or after your meal move through to the bar, relax on the sofas by the fireplace, or step out onto the balcony over-looking the mall. Shoot some pool or just hang out under the amazing opening roof. Winnies has a reputation as one of Queenstowns most popular hang outs for locals and tourist alike. Full of surprises, watch as Winnies transforms into one of Queenstown's busiest and best nightclubs! Be sure to stay and check out the talented local DJ's or many fantastic live bands that call this amazing place home.

7-9 The Mall, Queenstown, 03 442 8635 


Habana Boutique Rum Bar

Habana stocks over 70 rums, and produces the tastiest Mojitos using only the finest & freshest ingredients. Their rum collection includes influences from neighbouring countries and islands, alongside some of their favourite rums from around the world. Ask the staff to try Habana's delicious rum flights, or even a rum tasting master class for you and your friends.

Eureka Arcade, Queenstown, 021 0225 9649


1789 Wine & Jazz Lounge

1789 Wine & Jazz Lounge unveils a sense of intensified grandeur and opulence. Playful and inviting, warm red hues accented by burnished gold and sophisticated black lure you in to the demure velvet armchairs. This extravagant enclave is inspired with nuances of the Prohibition era and offers an indulgent collection of over 350 wines by bottle and 50 by glass to graciously escort wine connoisseurs to seventh heaven. A delicious selection of hot, cold, vegetarian and dessert tapas is artfully crafted to complement your beverage of choice. Their skilled mixologist will entertain you by creating an avant-garde cocktail infused with contrasting exotic flavours perfectly blended to delight your palate. Bask around the glistening mirrored fireplace or escape to a private nook behind the ascending wine cellar. Lively sounds of Jazz float through the Lounge and will gently transport you to a divine dimension of melodic nirvana as you realise that time does not exist, only Jazz & Wine.

8 Duke Stree, Queenstown. 03 450 0045

Getting around Queenstown

To enjoy your travel around Queenstown and be fascinated with the vibrant beauty, you may choose public transport buses. They are the most economical and easiest mode of transportation in this mesmerizing alpine resort town. Queenstown has a public transport company called Connectabus that runs throughout the town and connects through Remarkables Park Shopping Centre, Airports, Events Centre, Lake Hayes Estate and Arrow Town. All these buses, offer daily passenger services, are yellow in colour and thus easily identifiable.

Queenstown Hub is outside of the O’Connells Mall on Camp Street.


Bus 11. Queenstown – Remarkables Shopping Mall

Queenstown Hub, Copthorne Hostel/Millennium, Copthorne Apartments, Hensman Road/Rees Apartments, Sherwood Discovery & Gold Ridge Hotels, Marina Heights, Frankton Bus Shelter, Airport, Remarkables Shopping Mall, Roberton Street, Douglas Street (and vice versa)

Bus 8. Queenstown – Arthurs Point

Queenstown Hub, Industrial Place, McChesney Road, Shotover Top 10 Holiday Park/Atley Road, Nugget Point/Shotover Lodge/Swiss-Bel Resort/Coronet Peak (and vice versa)

Bus 9. Queenstown – Fernhill/Sunshine Bay

Queenstown Hub, Steamer Wharf/Crowne Plaza, Rhydges Hotel, YHA Lakefront, Heritage Resort, Mercure Resort, Tanoa Aspen Qt, Fernhill, Lordens Place (and vice versa)


Bus 11. Queenstown – Remarkables Shopping Mall

To the Remarkables Shopping Mall: Frankton Bus Shelter, Airport, Remarkables Shopping Mall, Roberton Street, Douglas Street (and vice versa)

To Queenstown: Frankton Bus Shelter, Marina Heights, Sherwood Discovery & Gold Ridge Hotels, Hensman Road/Rees Apartments, Copthorne Apartments, Copthorne Hostel/Millennium, Queenstown Hub (and vice versa)

Bus 10. Frankton – Arrowtown

Frankton Bus Shelter, Amisfield Winery, Manse Road, Adamson Drive, Arrowtown Museum/Ramshaw Lane (and vice versa)

Bus 12. Frankton – Lake Hayes Estate

Frankton Bus Shelter, Glenda Drive, Quail Rise, Lake Hayes Estate/Nerin Square (and vice versa)

Bus 6. Frankton – Kelvin Heights

Frankton Bus Shelter, Hilton Hotel/Double Tree Hotel, Willow Place/Kawarau Falls, Loop Road, Mincher Road, Balmoral, Bay View, Four Views/Grove Lane (and vice versa)

More information please use the following link: http://www.connectabus.com/


Emergency: In case of emergency dial 111, this will connect you to all services (ambulance, fire department, and police).
The Lakes District Hospital is open 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. It is located at Frankton, Queenstown 9300. Make sure to bring a passport for verification.

Pricing terms

The price is based on current exchange rates but is only an approximation. Please contact us for a final price