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New Zealand offers an incredible variety of stunning courses, featuring views of snow-capped mountains, sandy beaches, rolling hills, lakes or sea. From rugged mountains through lush subtropical rainforests to beautiful sun drenched beaches and featuring the world's greenest pastures and richest farmlands, it is hard to believe that such diversity could exist in such a small country. Magnificent coastal scenery, thermal geysers and the mountains and lakes all make up some of the incredible backdrops to a fascinating array of New Zealand golf courses.
Modern golf course designs by the likes of Nicklaus, Palmer, Doak and Harman add to the older traditional courses of MacKenzie, Harris and Thomson/Wolveridge. The courses are as diverse and as challenging as the landscape with the people of New Zealand being amongst the friendliest in the world. Playing golf in New Zealand is now being seen globally as an attractive alternative to the more traditional golf package destinations such as Ireland, Scotland and England - the fact that we're a mere 2 hours away makes it even more attractive!
Queenstown is regarded by many as the Adventure Capital of the World - the region is also becoming one of the premier golfing destinations in the Southern Hemisphere. No golfing trip to the South Island of New Zealand is complete until the Queenstown courses at Jack's Point and Millbrook have been played. As well as these wonderful courses we can also offer preferred access to The Hills, New Zealand's most exclusive golf club and the former home of the NZ Open. In addition, there is also the Queenstown Golf Club, otherwise known as Kelvin Heights, which offers a good test of golf and wonderful scenery. Finally we have the "gem" of a course at Arrowtown, a unique experience not to be missed. A recent British survey found three of Queenstown's' courses, Jack's Point, Millbrook Resort and The Hills in the top 10 in New Zealand.
Besides the golf there are a myriad of other activities that visitors to Queenstown can experience.
Queenstown is home to the latest and greatest adventure activities, there are Queenstown adrenaline activities for every thrill seeker, from iconic Queenstown's bungy jumping to whitewater rafting, river surfing, canyon swinging and thrills on a jet boat.
If walking or cycling are more your cup of tea then Queenstown offers a wide range of walking tracks, biking and cycle tracks and trails for all levels of fitness. Whether you prefer an energetic mountain bike, a gentle bike ride or a multi-day walking adventure; a guided hike or an independent cycle trip, there is a Queenstown walking, hiking or biking option for you.
Foodies and wine connoisseurs are well catered for in Queenstown and the wider region with over 75 wineries producing a wide range of wine varieties and over 150 restaurants that offer a wide selection of cuisines where everyone's budget is accommodated.
After wining and dining you can be pampered at one of Queenstown’s luxurious day spas, sink into a therapeutic hot pool, or treat yourself to a selection of therapies at a local beauty salon.
One thing is for sure you will enjoy your stay in Queenstown.