July 3, 2019
5 things to do in Queenstown this July!
You’re spoiled for choice for activities in Queenstown these school holidays! We’ve picked out five to help make the decision a little bit easier.
Jet boat with KJet
We are super family friendly. Our family pack is a great deal at $307 for 2 adults and 2 children.
We’re also excellent value for money – our trips are 60 minutes, we go across three waterways and we have no height restrictions. We can Jet boat kids from aged 2 and ages 2 – 4 go free with every paying adult, they just have to be able to fit one of our infant life jackets.
Cruise on Lake Wakatipu
Experience the stunning scenery of Lake Wakatipu on a state-of-the-art catamaran, the Spirit of Queenstown, and cruise to secluded bays (Bob’s Cove) and historic landmarks surrounded by spectacular views.
Add on a Mt Nicholas High Country Farm experience to the cruise and take a tour of a working farm complete with a sheep dog demonstration, and opportunity to feed some of the farm animals.
Coronet Peak is home to Night Ski every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings until 31st August. You can experience the most epic of sunsets from the Peak, while skiing down floodlit trails with your friends and family. Après ski is pretty awesome at Coronet Peak too!
Get your adrenaline levels up
Activities such as Bungy, iFly, Luge, Hydro attack, Paraflights are why Queenstown is known as the adventure capital.
We’ve got loads of adventure combos on our website, and you save $$ when you book these activities together, you can even include Milford Sound activities in these combos here.
Visit the Gardens
The Queenstown Gardens are over 150 years old and there’s quite a few activities to do when you visit! The indoor ice-skating rink is located here and we’ve also got an 18-hole frisbee golf course! You can rent your frisbee from the ice-skating rink or from sports shops and the course is free. There’s also a skate bowl, lawn bowls green and a tennis court.