Amity Lodge Motel

Address: 7 Melbourne Street, Queenstown, South Island, 9348, New Zealand | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 7 Melbourne Street, Queenstown, is near Segway on Q, Nomad Safaris, Kawarau Jet, and Challenge Rafting.
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      Hybrid Bikes and Easter Jumping!

      A travel blog entry by kduntley on Apr 06, 2015

      32 photos

      Queenstown is awesome. Correction, where I'm staying in Queenstown is awesome. Queenstown itself is sort of crazy, it's like New Zealand tourist Mecca so it's always mega busy and tons of travelers. Also, since all the high adventure stuff is down here (heliskiing, jet boating, bungy jumping, sky diving, white water rafting, the list goes on..) it's mostly college age kids who are looking for adrenaline during the day and partying at night. So while the town is nice during the day, ...

      To Queenstown

      A travel blog entry by codie on Mar 08, 2015

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      ... then headed off to the Gondola for 9:30pm to do our Star-gazing!
      Got up to the top early so sat by a fire for a while, we were a bit hot as we had jackets, hats and gloves on.

      The guy arrived and got everyone together then bought out Canada Goose Feather jackets!
      We headed out and up the hill over the Luge track, it wasn’t that far, but was dark. We went through a little tunnel then came to the star-gazing point, where the telescopes ...

      Queenstown and the first real rain in NZ!

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Mar 05, 2015

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      ... to bring them in. Each dog would only answer to its own name and they used two different breeds for the task- one to provide the noise and impetus to the sheep and the other more skilled at manoeuvre. The fact I'm remembering most of what he told us is indicative of the user friendly way he spoke! The sheep were sheared before lambing so the fleeces were in good condition and the sheep shorn closely so that when they limbed they sought protection ...

      11th to 25th Feb South Island New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Feb 25, 2015

      37 photos

      ... bridge. Needless to say it is a major tourist attraction; AJ Hackett started the world’s first commercial bungee operation here in 1988 and boy does it seem a profitable operation now. Yeouch! They know how to charge. After the morning’s debacle in the campsite I can quite honestly say I’d have cheerfully shoved her off the bridge myself for free (without the bungee chord that is) but as we approached the 43m high jump over the river I think we all felt ...

      Trails of Middle-Earth in Queenstown

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Feb 18, 2015

      132 photos

      In my experience it is rather rare for something to truly live up to its hype and reputation. And of all of the destinations on our world tour, New Zealand had certainly been hyped up the most by friends and travel magazines alike. I was therefore a little skeptical as we landed in Auckland after our three hour flight from Sydney. Since we were only staying in Auckland for one night until we could catch a domestic flight to Queenstown, we never left the airport Novotel, ...