Queenstown, Arrowtown and Glenorchy have many activities and attractions.
This is a helpful directory of website links for visiting New Zealand. Also included are activities and attractions of the Queenstown and Milford sounds area. These are a collection of recommendations you would receive from Nery and Michael, if you stayed at the Trelawn Place.
Click on the titles to be taken to a more detailed account of that subject. If you would like some suggestions on how you can put all the activities together, visit tripadvisor.com.
Queenstown has a choice of 6 courses including the international course of Millbrook Resort and the world famous Kelvin Heights ( Queenstown Golf Club ).
Voted the most popular destination world wide. We can point out the differences. Doubtful can be seen as a day trip. However we feel the Overnight Cruise is the way to take it all in. Milford Sound can be seen in a half day trip, you would need to fly at least one way to do this. We can advise you on the transport options, as there are many.
Breath taking flights over snowy mountains, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers and Fiords. Often said to be the highlight of the holiday by guests. Trelawn has a Heli pad for those requiring it. Scenic flights to Milford by helicopter are possible from Trelawn.
Allow 2 – 2.5 hours, we consider this as a must see activity. Ideally arrive a hour before the show times. The entry fee includes a 40 minute Te Maori cultural show. Skyline Gondola take the ride up to the skyline restaurant and take in the breath taking view. You have the opportunity up there, to view the other Maori cultural Kiwi Haka Show and to experience the Skyline Luge. Lots of fun for the family.
Exciting excursion by four wheel drive into the remote and dramatic upper reaches of the Shotover river, and the ghost town of ‘Skippers’. Bungy jumping and white-water rafting has laterly made the Shotover river famous again.
A brief summary of the guided and unguided walks in this area. Heli hiking is a new option.
Rental Cars vs Taxis
Trelawn Place is 5 minutes out in the countryside. We are only a phone call away for a taxi, which will usually cost around NZ$20 – $25 Most of the major activities companies will pick you up from Trelawn Place. However, if you like countryside and pretty country roads, they are easier to see if you have your own car.
A Taxi from the Airport shouldn’t cost you more than NZ$50 to get to Trelawn Place. The super shuttle is another option. Prices from the Airport are, Shared Ride – First Person $43 Shared Ride – Extra Person $7 Van Charter – $78
If you would like us to arrange for a taxi to meet you, please ask us.
If you are looking for a guide book for planning your trip, this page may help.