St. James Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of St. James Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews St. James Apartments Queenstown
Travel Blogs from Queenstown
... that have rocked it in the last 4 years so there aren't too many attractions there at the moment. Queenstown, on the other hand, is the adventure capital of the south island and probably even the world for that matter and it's located in one of the most scenic areas as well. Like Wanaka, it sits in the hills on the edge of a beautiful lake and is surrounded by mountains. Although it meant we had to take an 8 hour bus ride to get there from Christchurch, it was ...
... goes from.
We got on the 12:45 boat and it was great! First off the go up stream a bit and do a spin the come back down and do a slide, this was so they could get pictures. You’re then taken weaving through the gorge, getting ridiculously close to the rocks! The guy would then do a little hand-gesture so you knew to brace as he was about to do a 360 spin! Was amazing. The boat shoots over the really shallow water as it’s going along, you could see ...
... booked a day long kayak trip in Milford Sound, one of the highlights of the country. We hope it will be a highlight of the trip for us since we love kayaking so much.
Later today, we'll meet up with fellow Wisconsinites Kelly and Megan, whom we met in Turangi a few weeks ago. We seem to be on about the same pace in New Zealand.
This is a place where you can drop a lot of cash ...
... the route that day! We lunched beside Lake Dunstan where the freedom campers were washing themselves and hair in the freezing waters. So much to be said for being an aged backpacker able to afford a bathroom! Cromwell is set in the fruit growing region which was made very evident by the huge model of fruit salad along the roadside. Why, presumably the town council, felt the need to expend money on such a monstrosity one wonders. It wouldn't have had ...
... down the West Coast with a stop at the Fox Glacier for a walk, plus some on the spot geography lessons, and a chance to get some amazing views of snow capped Mount Cook from the ocean side. We climbed over Haast pass and down to Queenstown heading towards Glenorchy and a basic DOC campsite in Kinloch. There was filming around here for the Lord of the Rings (the approach to both Isengard and Lothlorien) and you can see why - it is just a jaw-droppingly beautiful area. Needless ...