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37 Best Things to do in Queenstown New Zealand

37 Best Things to do in Queenstown New Zealand

A complete travel guide to the absolute best things to do in Queenstown, New Zealand. From adrenaline activities to nature attractions and hikes, this is the only adventure guide you need to explore Queenstown!

Arriving in Queenstown, New Zealand without any plans would leave anyone feeling just a little overwhelmed. From jet boats to bungee jumping to paragliding, it’s very easy to see why this small mountain town attracts over 3.3 million adventure-seekers yearly.

That’s why, in this guide, I’ve compiled the most extensive list of the best things to do in Queenstown! I’ve spent a fair amount of time exploring this adventure capita and written many comprehensive guides for each Queenstown activity or attraction, which you’ll find links to throughout this travel guide.

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By Olly Gaspar, traveler, travel blogger & photographer for 5+ years with 600+ published travel guides. I visit every place I write about & share real tips from what I learn.

Quicklist: Best Tours & Day Trips From Queenstown

Before I get into the complete list of things to do in one of New Zealand's most popular tourist destinations, here's a quick run-down on the best tours and day trips from Queenstown!

The Shotover Jet

The Shotover Jet is one of the most exhilarating tours you can book from Queenstown. This is one of the longest running jet boating rides in the region and is incredibly fun.

There's wall-to-wall action at high speed, covering shallow waters and copping 360-degree spins! If you book online with Get Your Guide, the trip includes transport from Queenstown.

Shotover jet in queenstown

Spirit of Queenstown Lake Wakatipu Cruise

This next tour is one of the most-booked experiences in New Zealand, and for good reason.

The truth is, this 1.5 hour cruise is one of the best ways to take in the amazing sights of the Remarkables mountain range, Bob's Cove, Cecil Peak, and Mt. Earnslaw. The trip includes a luxurious lunch!

Spirit of queenstown lake wakatipu cruise

Milford Sound Full-Day Trip by Bus & Boat From Queenstown

One of the most amazing experiences you can have in Queenstown is a visit to the one and only Milford Sound. This incredible Fjord is arguably the most scenic part of the country, and you'll want to see it from the water!

New zealand sound

Queenstown Flight & Boat Trip to Milford Sound?

Looking for the ultimate way to take in spectacular views of New Zealand's South Island? Look no further than this epic alpine flight from Queenstown.

This is the perfect Queenstown activity for those wishing to see the incredible Milford Sound on a quick day trip. It includes a flight and boat trip, so you can take in the spectacular beauty of one of the world's most beautiful fjords.

Queenstown plane over south island

37 Best Things to do in Queenstown New Zealand

Okay, with a quick list of the top-3 tours out of the way, let's get into the real list! Remember, even with close to 40 activities, there are just so many epic things to do and see in Queenstown that this long list barely scratches the surface.

Nevertheless, these travel tips, outdoor activities, and adventure ideas will surely help you plan your New Zealand adventures.

1. Bungee Jumping with AJ Hacket

By far, the most iconic Queenstown adrenaline activity is a bungee jump with AJ Hackett.

In fact, many Queenstowners consider this a rite of passage!

Having been around since 1988, AJ Hackett is the world's best, safest and biggest bungee jumping company. If you've always wanted to try bungee, then there's no better place than the birthplace of bungee in the adventure capital of New Zealand!

You'll have a few options; The Ledge (47 metres), Kawarau Bridge (43 metres), and the Nevis (137 metres).

Bungy jump in queenstown

2. The Skyline Gondola Ride

Did you know that Queenstown is home to the Southern hemisphere's steepest cable car?

Taking the Skyline Gondola offers great views of Queenstown. At the top, you'll have impressive panoramic views from Bob's Peak overlooking the town, the Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu.

There are also plenty of Queenstown activities to choose from at the top, including the Luge and the Nevis bungy.

The cost per adult is $44, however, there is an online deal where you can purchase a Gondola + 2x Luge rides and save some money.

Queenstown skyling gondola from bob's peak

3. The Queenstown Luge

Located right beside the gondola, the Skyline Luge is a popular adventure activity worth your time.

The luge track snakes and turns through banks, tunnels and forest with constant views of the Remarkables, surrounding mountains, and Lake Wakatipu. When it comes to luge rides, I'd say this has to be the most scenic on earth!

Queenstown luge 1471

4. TSS Earnslaw Cruise to Walter Peak High Country

If you search online, the most-recommended cruise activity in Queenstown is onboard the 1912 vessel, the TSS Earnslaw.

This unique boat as an onboard museum, and cruises down the beautiful lake Wakatipu before disembarking at Walter Peak High Country Station for a Gourmet BBQ.

Heritage cruise ship near queenstown

5. Tiki Trail to the Skyline Gondola

For those of you who'd prefer to lace up the boots and hit the trails then Queenstown also has some of the most accessible hiking trails in New Zealand.

Just beside the Skyling Gondola is Queenstown's Tiki Trail, which twists and turns steeply up the mountain to Bob's Peak and the Skyline Gondola.

This is an enjoyable hike passing through dense birch and fir forest with sounds of native birds and wildlife. It's certainly a peaceful hike until you unexpectedly cross the downhill mountain bike trails which is a great reminder that you are in the adventure capital of the world!

Tiki trail hike from queenstown

6. Ben Lomond Track

Now for the best hike in Queenstown - the Ben Lomond summit track. This is one of the most epic views you'll find in town!

Continuing on from the Skyling Gondola, the track continues around the bend to a grassy, hilly plain that climbs gently to the Ben Lomond saddle. The final summit push to Ben Lomond's 1748M peak is accessible from the saddle and can be attempted by most fit hikers!

Not only is the Ben Lomond hike one of the best walks or tramps in the area, but many also consider the journey to the summit one of the absolute top things to do in Queenstown New Zealand.

At the top, you'll get insane views of the Remarkables Range, Lake Wakatipu, and the Queenstown foreshore. The summit of Ben Lomond is one of my favourite places in the country. The view from the top is easily worth the effort.

RELATED: 8 Best Hikes in Queenstown, New Zealand

Ben lomond summit and lake wakatipu drone photo

7. Mountain Biking

Queenstown is one of the best places on earth for downhill mountain biking. There is a huge international and local scene here and Queenstown is also the stage for several downhill competitions every year.

There are hundreds of maintained tracks ranging from beginners to professionals. If you don't have your own bike, it's possible to rent one from several bike shops in Queenstown.

You'll also find the best resource on Queenstown bike trails on the Queenstown Trail website.

Lake wakatipu mountain biking area from queenstown, new zealand

8. Queenstown Helicopter Tour

By far the best way to see Queenstown is from the sky.

There are loads of different helicopter tours departing from Queenstown including budget-friendly, 20-minute Lake and Remarkables flights, glacier trips, and even half-day flights to Milford Sound!

Franz josef glacier from robert's point track helicopter

9. Skippers Canyon

Queenstown is the doorstep for a multitude of epic canyons, gorges, and rapid rivers. Visiting Skippers Canyon is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon. Here, you can do a few short walks and even swim in the turquoise flowing waters of the Shotover River.

Near the car park, you will also find the Edith Cavell Bridge, which is undeniably one of the most scenic bridges I've ever come across!

Edith cavell bridge in skippers canyon, queenstown new zealand
Girl in queenstown, new zealand

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10. Shotover Jet

The Shotover Jet is yet another of Queenstown's iconic adrenaline activities! Located at Skippers Canyon, just next to the Edith Cavell Bridge, this jet-boating activity is one of the most iconic in the world.

Screaming around tight canyons bends and skimming across seemingly inches of water at over 85 kilometres an hour, this is definitely one for adrenaline junkies.

Surprisingly, the Shotover Jet is one of the most affordable activities on this lest of best things. todo in Queenstown. If you book online, you also get a bus transfer from Queenstown.

Shotover jet boat in queenstown

11. Canyoning Trip

Yep, just 15 minutes from Queenstown and you can be walking through ancient beech forest towards steep-walled canyons.

Canyoneering trips in Queenstown are top-notch and most include ziplines, abseiling, waterfalls, cliff jumps and everything you'd expect from an epic canyoning adventure.

Queenstown canyoning guides are very skilled and no experience is typically required.

Canyoning experience

12. Take a Tour to Milford Sound & Doubtful Sound

A trip to New Zealand's wild Fjordland sounds is one of the best things you can do in the country. Best of all, it's very easy and relatively inexpensive to book a day trip to both Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound directly from Queenstown.

A cruise down the famous fjords is the best way to take in the sights of the snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps. This is the very best of New Zealand's wild landscapes. From the towering Mitre Peak to lush rainforest carved by numerous plummeting waterfalls down the sheer cliffs, it's difficult to understand just how incredible the Fjordlands are without visiting them yourself.

Tip: For those with their own car or camper, you can take the scenic drive to Milford Sound by yourself and book a sound cruise directly from the National Park for under $60.


Full Guide: How to Visit Milford Sound

Mitre peak on a day trip to milford sound from queenstown

13. Zip Trekking

Looking for an epic zip-lining adventure in Queenstown? The Ziptrek Ecotours is an epic 2-hour ziplining activity that is ranked as the world's steepest tree-to-tree zipline!

If you're looking for a longer-lasting adrenaline hit that is easier on the wallet, then this Queenstown activity is a great bet.

$5 OFF: Ziptrek Ecotours when you use code: OLLY5

Tiki trail queenstown hike
Peter's lookout drive we seek travel

Tip: How to Get Around in New Zealand

Rent a car! New Zealand is very safe for motorists & driving is the best way to explore the country.

I always DiscoverCars to get the best deals. Or, if you want a camper, I've had good experiences in NZ with Spaceships & Travellers Autobarn.

14. Hike to Queenstown Hill for Sunset

Queenstown Hill is probably the most iconic sunset hike in town. This hike is much easier than the Tiki trail, yet just as rewarding - especially for sunset or sunrise.

The viewpoint at the top of Queenstown Hill offers arguably the best views of the town, as well as clear views of Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables.

Queenstown hill sunset hike

15. Play Frisbee Golf in the Queenstown Gardens

After a long day of adrenaline-pumping adventure activities and hikes, what better way to unwind than to have a beer or two and play frisbee golf with your mates in the Queenstown gardens?

But, what's frisbee golf you may ask? It's exactly that. The game has similar rules and objectives as golf, yet is played with frisbees.

This is one of the best free things to do in Queenstown if you have your own frisbee. Otherwise, you can rent them from most sports and outdoor stores in Queenstown.

Queenstown park, new zealand

16. Swim in Lake Wakatipu

Queenstown's resident lake is one of the most picturesque in New Zealand and also makes for a great place to cool off in the summer months!

However, this is a mountain lake, so prepare to get a little chilly!

Swimming in lake wakatipu, queenstown, new zealand

17. Take in the Lakeside Sunset Views

Not looking to leave town and want a great sunset spot? Why not head down to the lakeside boardwalk to unwind with a stunning Queenstown sunset?

The boardwalk and lakeside area usually attracts dozens of groups, so it's also a great place to meet other travelers.

Sunset from queenstown

18. Hike at Bob's Cove

The Bob's Cove track is one of the best bang-for-buck hikes in Queenstown in terms of views! What I mean by this is that after just a very short yet scenic walk around the edge of Bob's Cove and a small hill climb, you will be rewarded with one of the best coastal views near Queenstown!

Even if you're not into hiking, I highly recommend visiting Bob's Cove if you're wondering what to do in Queenstown.

Bob's cove track queenstown

19. Head to Moke Lake

Moke Lake is a more off-the-beaten-path mountain lake hiking and camping area just a stone-throw away from Queenstown.

Of course, you'll need your own transport to drive the short, 20-minute road to Moke Lake. If you are exploring New Zealand in a non-self-contained camper, then visiting Moke Lake is also one of the best and most affordable places to spend the night!

Moke lake loop in new zealand

20. Drive the Scenic Road to Glenorchy

The Glenorchy-Queenstown Road has to be one of the world's most scenic drives! Following the edge of Lake Wakatipu, the road winds gently through the mountain ranges with mind-blowing views of snow-capped peaks and distant glaciers along every turn.

There are also several pull-over areas on the side of the road where you can stop and snap some shots or simply admire the view!

Queenstown to glenorchy drive

21. Hike the Routeburn Track

The Routeburn Track is one of New Zealand's Great Walks. In my opinion, it's also probably the best of all the Great Walks in New Zealand, and that's saying something!

Although the Routeburn departs from nearby Glenorchy, many hikers depart early from their base in Queenstown to hike a section of it on a day trip or the whole thing!

Lake harris routeburn day hike

22. The Earnslaw Burn Hike

Hobbit fans rejoice! The Earnslaw Burn hike follows the path of Bilbo and his companions as they march on their quest through Middle Earth.

Even if you're not a Tolkien fan, the Earnslaw Burn hike is still one of the best hikes in New Zealand and certainly one of the best things to do near Queenstown. The track dips and climbs through dense beech forest before opening up into a spectacular glacial burn with a track that leads all the way to the Earnslaw glacier.

Similarly to the Routeburn, this hike departs from neighbouring Glenorchy, but can easily be reached from Queenstown following a quick drive on the scenic lakeside road.

Earnslaw burn hike

23. Lord of the Rings Tour

Did you know that both the North and South Island of New Zealand was the location of all Lord of the Rings filming sets? Of course you do!

There are hundreds of different locations that you can discover that were featured in the epic trilogy. There is a very popular LOTR Tour that you can book online, covering most of the iconic destinations in this southern region near Queenstown.

Girl in queenstown, new zealand

24. Stand-Up Paddleboarding and Kayaking on Lake Wakatipu

Especially popular in summer, renting a kayak or SUP on Queenstown's Lake Wakatipu is one of the best things to do in Queenstown.

Make sure to pick a calm day, because strong winds are common in Queenstown, especially in the afternoons!

Queenstown lake wakatipu

25. Drive to the Remarkables Ski Area

The Remarkables mountain range is one truly worthy of the name. The constant Queenstown backdrop also features a great ski area that is very popular during the winter months.

Even if you're visiting outside of pow season, driving up the access road to the Remarkables Ski area is still a worthwhile trip. You will have to pay $10 during summer, but don't worry the views are definitely worth it!

Shotover and saddle viewpoint at lake alta

26. The Lake Alta Hike

While the Remarkables Ski Field probably deserves its own spot on the list of the best Queenstown attractions, there's a secret lake hike worth checking out year-round! Located right beside the Remarkables Ski Field, this is a short track to one of Queenstown's most scenic alpine lakes; Lake Alta.

To access this hike, you will need to take the ski field access road mentioned above. There is a sign once you arrive at the parking lot which leads the way.

I also found a little-known track that climbs the saddle to a spectacular viewpoint of the Lake and of Shotover country below. If views are your goal, then the Lake Alta hike is one of the best things to do in Queenstown!

Lake alta queenstown hike

27. Visit Coronet Peak

On the other side of Shotover country is another of Queenstown's popular ski fields. Similarly to the Remarkables ski area, there is a well-maintained, yet steep access road to the top.

Shotover and saddle viewpoint at lake alta

28. Skydiving

Having adrenaline withdrawals? Skydiving in Queenstown is arguably the most beautiful place to do so in the entire world!

With a huge skydiving scene, there is also loads of competition, meaning that prices are actually pretty reasonable.

29. Paragliding

For those not ready to jump out of a plane, how about launching off a mountain?

If you've already arrived in Queenstown, then you probably would have already noticed the hundreds of paragliders and hang-gliders that dot the skies above Queenstown. That's because paragliding is one of Queenstown's most popular adventure activities.

Though you don't need to be a pro to partake in the fun. There are many sports and adventure stores in Queenstown that can hook you up with a tandem, or you could compare prices and book online.

Book: Tandem Paragliding Experience

Paragliding in queenstown, best things to do
Paragliding is one of the best queenstown activities for adrenaline junkies!

30. Drive to Arrowtown

Arrowtown is a small, historic mining town that is located only a short distance from Queenstown.

The town itself is very small, consisting only of the main road and a few tourist shops. Still, if you're interested in the mining history of New Zealand, or you want to see its quaint and picturesque buildings and mountain backdrops, then add Arrowtown to your Queenstown itinerary!

Arrowtown near queenstown

31. Hike or Unwind by the Arrow River

Arrowtown is also a mini-hub of short hikes and river walks. Located just near the main Arrowtown visitor's car park is a hiking area that is very popular with day-trippers from Queenstown.

For those visiting Arrowtown, make sure to stop by the Arrow river for lunch or for a quick swim!

Arrow river near arrowtown

32. Stick a Thumb Out

I know, this is a little bit of a random one. However, Queenstown is known as one of the easiest places in the world to hitchhike!

The combination of a large backpacking community and the warm, welcoming Kiwi spirit has created a scene where hitchhiking has become a regular form of transport for many travelers and locals.

So, if hitchhiking is on the bucket list, or if you're looking to save money on transport to any of the Queenstown attractions on this list of best things to do in Queenstown, then go ahead and give it a go!

Road to queenstown, new zealand

33. Visit the Kawarau Gorge

While most people visit the Kawarau Gorge from Queenstown for the famous Bungy bridge, I think that it's a worthwhile destination in itself!

With pristine aqua waters and jagged canyons, the Kawarau River is begging to be explored. I'd recommend stopping by Roaring Meg for some of the best photo opportunities of the gorge.


RELATED: Discover the 8 Best Hikes in Town

Kawarau gorge, roaring meg from queenstown

34. Eat a Fergburger

No, this isn't a food blog, but eating at Fergburger is so iconic that this burger joint seems to make its way onto every list of Queenstown attractions!

Yes, the burgers really are that good, especially after a long day of hiking and exploring. Now that I've mentioned it, you'll likely see those paper-bag-wrapped wonders in the hands of every second person on the Queenstown boardwalk!

Fergburger even caters for vegans and vegetarians, so nobody has to miss out.

35. Devil's Staircase Lookout

While the Glenorchy to Queenstown road certainly gets more attention, on the other side of the elbow is yet another incredible lakeside drive.

The Devil's Staircase lookout is located on the road between Queenstown and Kingston and is a popular stop for those driving south to the Fjordlands.

Queenstown scenic road near lake wakatipu in new zealand

36. Hit the Road!

Put simply, with so many epic things to do in Queenstown, you just won't run out of things to do or see.

However, Queenstown is just the start! The South Island of New Zealand is one of the most adventure-packed and wild places on earth, so it'd be a shame to miss it.

Some of the best adventures and memories are made on spontaneous trips! If you haven't yet, get your set of wheels and just drive, the roads surrounding Queenstown are so picturesque that they deserve a spot on the list!

Driving on the road near queenstown

37. Visit Wanaka

The adventures certainly don't end at Queenstown! Known colloquially as Queenstown's tamer little brother, Wanaka is another hotspot for great hikes and activities.

Located only an hour from Queenstown, many travelers only stop by for a day trip. However, if you want to check out some of the must-do's, including climbing Roy's Peak or the majestic Blue Pools, then it's worth stopping for at least a few days.

Roys peak track in new zealand near wanaka

Where to Stay in Queenstown

I've written a separate, comprehensive accommodation guide to the best places to stay in Queenstown– make sure to check it out & get a great deal! Otherwise, below is a quick summary of my top picks from a budget backpacker lodge to a luxurious ski resort!

  • Best Luxury Accommodation: Shotover Penthouse & Spa - an incredible apartment that features an outdoor terrace with a barbecue and hot tub. It is situated 200m from the Skyline Gondola and Luge and is 1.3km from the Shotover river.
  • Best Value Lodge: Melbourne Lodge - located five minutes walk from central Queenstown. It offers picturesque views of the Remarkable mountains and has a large shared outdoor sundeck. This is a great choice for where to stay cheaply in Queenstown.
  • Where I stayed: Spaceship Car - During my recent visit to New Zealand, I cruised around in style in a Spaceship rental car. These are great for budget adventure travelers since you’ll get your accommodation and transport ticked off in one neat package.
  • Cheapest Hostel in Queenstown: Base Backpackers - Queenstown is known for a lot of things; adrenaline sports, epic day hikes, and awesome nightlife. What it’s not known for is anything to do with the word cheap. In saying that, if you book ahead, you’ll still be able to get a dorm bed for under $25NZD at Base Backpackers.
  • Lakefront Hostel with a Vibe: YHA Queenstown Lakefront - YHA opposite the incredible Lake Wakatipu is one of the best and highest-rated hostels in Queenstown. If you’re looking to meet other adventure travelers, be close to the action and prefer a comfortable dorm bed, don’t look past YHA Lakefront
Where to stay in queenstown, new zealand

How to Get to Queenstown New Zealand

By far, the most popular way to get to Queenstown is to simply fly into Queenstown Airport. This airport is located in Frankton (also Central Otago), which is only a 10-minute drive from town.

This is an international airport with services flying from Australia and other parts of New Zealand including Wellington, Christchurch, and Auckland.

Best Time to Visit Queenstown

The thing about Queenstown is that there are so many things to do and see all year round. As a result, many people are drawn back to Queenstown many times over.

While it certainly is a destination worth visiting any time of the year, the best time to visit will depend on what Queenstown attractions and activities you'd like to do.

Best Time For Hiking

Is hiking on your Queenstown to do list? It should be! This is one of the best regions for hiking in the country!

The best time to visit Queenstown is in the summer months of December through to February. During this time, the weather is great, most tracks are open and there is less ice on the alpine routes.

Remarkables sunset viewpoint over the range

Visiting Queenstown in Winter

For skiiers and snowboarding, winter is the best time to visit Queenstown! In fact, hundreds of thousands of people visit Queenstown in winter to hit the slopes! There are lots of ski lodges and ski resorts to stay in.

The most popular hill is named Coronet Peak.

Views of hiking ben lomond

Budget Travel Tips for Visiting Queenstown

Okay, Queenstown clearly isn't the cheapest place in New Zealand. However, that doesn't mean that it's not a budget-friendly travel destination.

In fact, I still managed to spend less than $80 on average per day on my recent trip to Queenstown. Below I've listed some useful tips to help you stretch the travel funds further.

  • Rent a camper - New Zealand is the best place to do it! You'll save big on transport and accommodation.
  • Shop at Pac N' Save - New Zealand's best and cheapest supermarket.
  • Visiti Queenstown n the shoulder seasons - This is a good way to save money anywhere! Consider traveling in April/May and October/November.
  • Hostelworld, Agoda & Booking.com - You'd be surprised how often accommodation prices fluctuate between websites. Always compare prices.
  • Grab combo deals - if you plan to do more than one activity, you'll usually save money by booking your Queenstown activities in packages.
  • Get Your Guide & Viator - While it's possible to snag a deal in-store, you'll often find better prices on tours and activities online.
  • World Nomads - Don't forget adventure travel insurance - This is probably the biggest money aver. I've been traveling for three years and have never gone without it and luckily, since it has saved my skin a few times.

More Things to do in Queenstown

I hope this Queenstown travel guide has been useful! If you're looking for even more tourist attractions and things to do around Queenstown, check out this list:

  • Mount Aspiring National Park
  • Fjordland National Park
  • Lake Hayes
  • The Lakes District Museum
  • Gibbston Valley
  • The Kiwi Birdlife Park
  • Onsen Hot Pools
  • Live music in town
  • Happy Hour at the Queenstown Ice Bar

More New Zealand Travel Inspiration

That concludes this mega-guide for the best attractions and cool things to do in Queenstown, New Zealand! I hope that you enjoy this amazing region, it's truly one of the most beautiful places on earth!

If you're still looking for more New Zealand road trip and travel inspiration, make sure to check out some more free guides and articles below.

I've written extensively on activities, attractions and adventures for other New Zealand destinations around Queenstown and the South Island.

To start off, if you're into hiking, why not check out this guide to the 31 Best Hikes in South Island New Zealand.

36 best things to do in queenstown
Thanks for Reading

I'm Olly Gaspar, adventure travel blogger & photographer. Traveling non-stop since 2018, I've published over 600 travel guides on We Seek Travel. These draw on my personal experience to share unique itineraries, accommodation tips, & fun adventure guides covering hikes, viewpoints, beaches, waterfalls, & tours. Read my Publishing Ethics Statement.

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Thursday 4th of June 2020

I'm glad to hear Panjene, enjoy Queenstown!

Panjene

Wednesday 22nd of April 2020

Thanks sharing your blog, I had pan to visit but i didn't have any idea what exact I will do. But from your blog I got quite a number of things I will be doing.