Hikurangi Lodge Queenstown Bed & Breakfast

Address: 2 Bolton Lane, Queenstown, South Island, 9300, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2 Bolton Lane, Queenstown, is near Nevis Highwire Bungy, Coronet Peak, Nomad Safaris, and Kawarau Jet.
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        Glaciers through to Queenstown

        A travel blog entry by kazkeltel on Oct 26, 2015

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... fly over the Southern Alps, over to Franz Joseph and then a quick look at Mt. Cook before seeing the other two choppers and stick figures in the white snow. We land on the high point of Fox Glacier and Kel's first snow experience, snow fight!!!!

        The pics and short video tells the story, but we totally recommend this experience.

        Headed off to Haast, Wanaka, Arrowtown and Queenstown, ...

        Wanna Wanaka

        A travel blog entry by jacanddave on Sep 27, 2015

        14 photos

        ... with several bottles of champers and beers already consumed by 4 pm. Kids where having fine time in a game to which parents would cheer loudly. Plus very loud 80,s music. S'ok they were friendly ...how long could they go for..... Turns out quite a awhile and as each new van arrived a few asked to be moved. We considered it .. But seriously I thought ...they have young kids they can't go all ...

        Highs and Lows

        A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 03, 2015

        ... really did look like they belonged in the wild west of the USA. There was an interesting preserved settlement of the Chinese gold mining immigrants which we looked around. Many lived in tiny little huts no bigger than dog kennels and had come all the way from China, leaving their families behind, to gain from the 'richest river in the world' (the last gold mining company to dig here did so in the 1980s - there's not a lot left now unfortunately). It was also interesting ...

        Day 6

        A travel blog entry by noreenkennedy on Jul 02, 2015

        14 photos

        The day started clear and fine and showers came in around 3pm Karen & I hired a car and drove to Arrow town which was a Gold Rush town The miners settled there over 150 Years ago' The discovery of Gold in Otago in the early 1800's led to an influx of miners from around the world Large numbers of Chinese arrive in Arrow Town They opened 2 stores . They were faced with considerable prejudice from the European settlers so eventually they ...

        A Quick Stop in Queenstown

        A travel blog entry by dave.lau.travel on Apr 29, 2015

        4 photos

        ... the giant didn't take her again, Matakauri surrounded Matau with flax and set fire to it, the fire burnt a deep gouge in the earth and caused the ice and snow on the sounding mountains to melt, forming Lake Wakatipu - meaning hollow of the giant. The giant can never truly die and his still beating heart is said to create the tide and the waves on the lake. We leave at 0730 in the morning, but are already looking forward to spending more time in ...