B&B Greengables Queenstown


Queenstown is known as the "Adventure Capital of the World" for good reason, there is so much to do. Here is a sample of what Queenstown has to offer. Please note that all adventure activities involve an element of risk.


Bungy Jumping

Kawarau Bridge Bungy is home to the original 43 metre Bungy Jump. It’s where Bungy founders AJ Hackett and Henry van Ash started it all.

Snow Sports

Ready for some of the best snow skiing and boarding in New Zealand? There are four great ski resorts at your doorstep, Coronet Peak is only 25 minutes drive from Queenstown and The Remarkables 40 minutes away. While Treble Cone and Cardrona are within 90 and 60 minutes of town, respectively.

Mountain Biking

The world-class Queenstown Bike Park offers gondola-accessed downhill mountain biking with over 30 kms of purpose built tracks. For those looking for cross-country mountain biking the Queenstown Trail offers over 100 kms of trails with varying rider levels.

Cruises on Lake Wakatipu

Cruise on Queenstown’s iconic vintage steamship the TSS Earnslaw. Recently celebrating its centenary the TSS Earnslaw operates through out the day with various cruise options including lunch and dinner cruises and the popular cruise to Walter Peak High Country Farm where you can learn about life on a farm and enjoy a great morning or afternoon tea.

Aerial Sightseeing

Fly from Queenstown over the Southern Alps with breathtakingly spectacular panoramic views of lakes, forests, river valleys, waterfalls and snowy peaks all the way to Milford Sound.


Golfing options abound in Queenstown, with stunning scenery unavoidable:

·         Milbrook Resort Courses - Voted the best golf resort in Australasia Millbrook has three fabulous nine hole championship courses

·         The Hills – Three time host to the New Zealand Open this 18 hole championship course is set over 500 acres of glacial valley.

·         Queenstown Golf Club - Situated in Kelvin Heights with spectacular views all around the course which juts out into Lake Wakatipu like an island oasis.

·         Jack’s Point – An 18 hole par 72 championship lakeside course offering a challenging and unforgettable experience.

·         Arrowtown Golf Club – Set in rolling hills on the outskirts of historic Arrowntown this 18 hole course offers views of the Remarkables and Coronet Peak.

·         Frankton Golf Centre – Close to town and handy to the airport the Frankton Golf Centre has a 9 hole course and driving range.

Skyline Gondola

The Skyline Gondola carries visitors high above Queenstown up to Bob’s Peak. The Skyline complex at the top includes awesome viewing decks, various dining options, Maori cultural shows and the exhilarating luge ride.


Tandem paragliding is one of the best adventure activities you can experience while visiting Queenstown. Flights leave from the top of the Skyline gondola or from Coronet Peak just 25 minutes out of town.

White Water Rafting

Enjoy the thrill of white water rafting while in Queenstown. Whether you are a  beginner or a pro there is a river to suit you, see Queenstown Rafting for details. 

Jet Boating

For the ride of your life on water try the world famous jet boating on either the Shotover river or Dart river.


The Gibbston Valley is one of New Zealand’s premier wine regions, know for its excellent Pinot Noir. Enjoy tastings, fantastic views and beautiful vineyard restaurants.


The freshwater lakes and rivers of Central Otago offer keen fishermen something very special. Clear unpolluted waterways and peaceful surroundings help ensure a memorable experience.