“If you can’t do it in Queenstown, it hasn’t been invented.” Popular saying.

The holiday destination of Queenstown is a New Zealand success story. The lakeside town is recognized as one of the world’s top alpine resorts and is rapidly growing into the status of a city. It was named ‘Queenstown’ because the early European arrivals to the district decided it was a place ‘fit for Queen Victoria’.

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The permanent population is 23,000 but this number doubles during the busy ski season. In 2013, close to two million visitors enjoyed the delights of this amazing resort resulting in Queenstown’s airport being the third busiest airport in New Zealand with frequent direct flights to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch as well as Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast in Australia. Travelers from around the world voted the airport 7th in the ‘Top10 Best Airport Approaches in the World’ competition. ┬áIt was the only airport in the southern hemisphere to be on the list. A total of 79 airports were up for the award. read more