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Sightseeing Tours
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Ski Tours

Bus travel from Queenstown to:


  -
Auckland (via Christchurch)
  - Auckland (via Franz Josef)
  - Auckland (via Franz Josef/Rotorua)
  - Auckland (via Christchurch/Rotorua)
  - Bay of Islands (Paihia)
  - Blenheim
  - Christchurch
  - Christchurch (via Franz Josef)
  - Dunedin
  - Fox Glacier
  - Franz Josef Glacier
  - Gisborne
  - Glenorchy
  - Greymouth (via Fox Glacier)
  - Greymouth (via Franz Josef)
  - Haast
  - Hastings
  - Hokitika
  - Invercargill
  - Kaikoura
  - Milford Sound
  - Mt Cook/Aoraki
  - Napier
  - Nelson (via Franz Josef)
  - Nelson (via Christchurch)
  - New Plymouth
  - Oamaru
  - Palmerston North
  - Picton
  - Rotorua (via Christchurch)
  - Rotorua (via Franz Josef)
  -
Routeburn Track Car Park
  - Stewart Island
  - Taupo
  - Tauranga
  - Te Anau
  - Tekapo
  - Tongariro National Park
  - Timaru
  - Twizel
  - Wanaka
  - Wanganui
  - Wellington
  - Whangarei
 

Bus & Coach Services From Queenstown

Explore New Zealand's South Island with its unique 8 unique geographical regions and diverse natural beauty, from soaring mountain peaks of the Southern Alps, fiords, glaciers, lakes, rivers, native alpine bush and the southern skifields by bus and coach from Queenstown.

Winter view of Queestown and Lake WakatipuQueenstown (Pop 10,416) is an international resort town in central Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island.

It is built around an inlet called Queenstown Bay on Lake Wakatipu, a long thin lake formed by glacial processes that is shaped like a staggered lightning bolt, and has spectacular views of nearby mountains.

The town was named because "...it was fit for Queen Victoria." Queenstown is today recognised internationally as New Zealand's premier visitor destination.

Queenstown has more than just breathtaking scenery and a diverse range of attractions, it's the people visitors find enchanting.

Queenstown enjoys four distinct and captivating seasons.  Summer burns hot under blue skies before cool autumn mornings bring fire to the hills, trees change to vivid reds and gentle golds. Crisp, clear days and miles of snow covered mountains, make winter a time for snow enthusiasts, before nature bursts into colourful life in spring.

As a resort town, Queenstown is a centre for adventure tourism. Skiing, jet boating, white water rafting, bungy jumping, mountain biking, tramping and fly fishing are all strong promotional themes.

Queentown Mall in the Towns CBDBungy Jump from the world's first commercial bungy site, swoop and soar in your own controllable "rocket", white water raft or surf, jet boat down canyons, tandem hanglide or parapente...it simply doesn't stop! Long walks, four wheel drive treks, or lunch on a majestic steamboat, you choose, it's your holiday.

Queenstown is a major centre for snow sports in New Zealand, with people from all over the country and many parts of the world travelling to ski at the four main mountain skifields (Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone). Cross country skiing is also available at the Waiorau Snow Farm, located near the village of Cardrona.

Locally, Queenstown has a reputation as one of New Zealand's wine and cuisine centres. Neighbouring, historic Arrowtown also features excellent restaurants and bars and Queenstown lies close to the centre of a small wine producing region, reputed to be the world's southernmost. Pinot noir produced in this area fetches premium prices.

Travel back in time to the historic gold mining settlement of Arrowtown, or travel the shores of Lake Wakatipu to discover the beautiful hamlet of Glenorchy, the gateway to the Paradise Valley and the famous Routeburn walking track.

Travelling from Queenstown is on modern eco-friendly air conditioned InterCity Coachlines buses and coaches that feature reclining seats with foot and foot rests.

Queenstown and Lake WakatipuGreat Sights and Newmans Coachlines operate premier services using a fleet of modern eco-friendly air conditioned coaches featuring reclining seats with foot and head rests and onboard toilet/washroom facilities.

InterCity Coachlines Starlighter overnight coach services operating between Wellington, Palmerston North, Taupo, Rotorua, Hamilton and Auckland connects at Wellington with the
Cook Strait ferry services operating between Picton in the South Island to Wellington in the North Island.

The Starlighter overnight service features reclining seats with foot and head rests, individual reading lights and air conditioning controls, onboard toilet/washroom facility and makes two refreshment/comfort stops on route.

If you want to explore and see New Zealand's unique scenic beauty from Queenstown, there is a range of 'Book As You Go' flexi bus and ferry passes giving you value for money travel.

 

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