Queenstown – Bungy Jumping

There is a big debate about where is best to do a bungy jump in New Zealand. I figured where else to start for a bungy novice than the Worlds First Commercial Jump Site. At only 43m high it’s one of the smaller jumps (also ideal for a beginner to the sport!) but AJ Hackett […]

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Goodbye Snow, Hello Rubber and Dirt!

Skyline Queenstown will re-open its gondola doors to take mountain biking enthusiasts up to the world-class Queenstown Bike Park when it re-opens on September 29. After returning from a research trip to Whistler Mountain Bike Park, brimming with tips and ideas, Skyline Mountain Biking Co-Ordinator Brad Rowe is looking forward to the season ahead. “Whistler […]

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The Kingston Flyer Gets Some Marco Pierre White Magic

An experienced chef with a passion for local produce is the perfect person to guide the new look café at Kingston’s iconic train station. Nestled on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, Kingston is home to the beloved Kingston Flyer steam train. It’s where The Flyer Café’s new chef Andy Lisseman is set […]

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New Zealand’s Oldest Guiding Firm Goes Wild

It might be New Zealand’s old guiding company but Queenstown-based Guided Walks New Zealand is still moving with the times. Including turning you into the next Bear Grills. At 145 years old, New Zealand’s oldest guiding company, Queenstown-based Guided Walks New Zealand has picked up a top award in the prestigious New Zealand Travel Industry […]

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