Traveling around Queenstown in your Campervan is a magical experience.
The surrounding lakes may be the most beautiful parts of New Zealand - and you can even park up your campervan and enjoy a hot coffee relaxing right on the waterfront.
Ride the Gondala onto the mountain top and enjoy dinner looking throughout the entire Queenstown district - the ride up and down is magical.
From the middle of town, you can go and venture to Arrowtown and explore the old gold mining houses combine with modern architecture - the local museums can give you more insight into the gold rush periods and how they lived.
Driving around you’ll find 2 of some of the leading Ski fields within an hours drive - the Remarkebles leading the pack with world renowned slopes fit for enthusiasts of all kinds.
Ever thought of bungy jumping?
There’s an epic bunjy jump close by over the Shotover river that will shake you to your core and give you an experience you’ll never forget - record the fall all the way down and put it in your Facebook. A memory you’ll never forget
Like to see the view from above? Take a helicopter flight and view the entire Queenstown district or get a small plane and tour over the Milford Sound - a view to be in awe of.
When you’re travelling in your campervan throughout Queenstown you’ll encounter adventures that will make you appreciate life and New Zealand that much more, if and when you leave, Queenstown will always pull you back in.
From Queenstown the next best place to take your campervan hire or motorhome rental is the one and only Milford Sound - it’s an incredible sight and sometimes seems like one of the ancient wonders of the world.
You can head to Wanaka, a town that has a plethora of its own gems for you to explore and add into your own memory toolbox.
Heading east you can find the next big city close by, Dunedin, a city rich in culture and history.
Want to go to the end of the country? Head down to Bluff and taste some of New Zealand leading Oysters looking out over the ocean.
Adventures await you intrepid traveller.