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The Skycity Queenstown Casino has dining and entertainment in addition to 86 gaming machines, 8 gaming tables with popular draws such as Roulette, Poker, Texas Hold'em, Baccarat, and Blackjack, and an additional 4 gaming tables in the VIP room..
The Skycity Queenstown Casino has dining and entertainment in addition to 86 gaming machines, 8 gaming tables with popular draws such as Roulette, Poker, Texas Hold'em, Baccarat, and Blackjack, and an additional 4 gaming tables in the VIP room.
16/24 Beach St, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
+64 3-441 0400
The Hollyford Track is a 56 kilometre long tramping or hiking path along Hollyford River that runs from Marion Corner at the foot of Mount Christina in the south to the Tasman Sea coast at Martins Bay in the north, through the Pyke Big Bay Track
Once dubbed 'the richest river in the world' for its gold nuggets, the Shotover River today draws gold-seekers as well as adventure enthusiasts who come for the fast-flowing crystal rapids
Carved out by glaciers and the Shotover River, the Skippers Canyon is a breathtaking gorge with steep drops of several hundred metres
Surrounded by the towering Remarkables, Cecil Peak and Southern Alps, the gorgeous Lake Wakatipu offers breathtaking views of nature
You know it is going to be an unforgettable experience when something is named as The Remarkables
Coronet Peak is a 1649 metre tall mountain with a popular skiing resort on its southern slopes
Framed by the snow-covered peaks of The Remarkables and mountains of the Wakatipu Basin, Lake Hayes is a picturesque lake with crystal clear waters that reflect the surrounding landscape like a mirror
Glenorchy is breathtakingly beautiful, and it is not hard to see why Peter Jackson filmed parts of The Lord of the Rings trilogy here
The 32 kilometre long Routeburn Track is an alpine tramping or hiking trail that passes through the Fiordland and Mount Aspiring National Parks
Lake Wanaka lies at the heart of the Otago Lakes in South Island, just a 50 minute drive to the north of Queenstown through the Crown Range