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Introducing Queenstown


The natural beauty of the area hypnotizes all visitors. Though its main economic source is tourism right now, the city was originally founded by the people working at the gold mine in the 1860s. Careful town planning and organization ensured that travel within the city is very easy to this day.

Queenstown is known for:


Mountain Seaside Extreme Sports Climbing Trekking Skiing Swimming Nature and Wildlife Entertainment and Shopping

Quick information

NEARBY CITIES
Dunedin (282 km)
Wanaka (67 km)
Alexandra (90 km)
CURRENCY
New Zealand Dollar (NZD)

COUNTRY CODE
+64

ELECTRIC POWER
I

TIME ZONE
GMT -5

AVG. PRICE OF A COFFEE
€2.92

AVG. PRICE OF A MEAL
€94.73

Average Temperature

Queenstown airport information

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

You can reach the city center from the airport using the Connectabus service. The distance between the airport and the city center is 7 km. Buses depart every 15 minutes and cost $12 for adults and $5.50 for children. You can buy a ticket from the kiosk in the airport or on the bus. The journey takes about 15–20 minutes

Average time from airport: 15–20 minutes

Distance from airport: 7 km

TAXI:

If you don’t want to waste time waiting for the bus service, you can get to the city center using the taxi service that runs from the airport. The average cost of a taxi from the airport to the city center is $35 and the journey takes about 10–15 minutes.

Average taxi price: $35

CAR RENTAL:

Miles & Smiles members earn 100 Miles per day, up to maximum 1000 Miles. What’s more, rentals made through the website for 1 or 2 days earn an extra 250 Miles, while rentals for 3 or more days earn an extra 500 Miles.

Average car rental price: N/A

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