Blue Peaks Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Peaks Lodge Queenstown
We had a two room unit that was equipped with a decent kitchenette and comfortable lounge facilities. Another place which offered us a choice of full cream or skim milk. And which had free Internet access. Thanks.
The most appealing thing about this lodge was that it was a 5 min walk from the centre of town. We basically walked everywhere from this location, and could quickly return back 'home' whenever we needed to.
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Shotover (River) Jet Boat. Check!
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Canyon Swing. Check!
Bungy jump. Check!
How far down the line did you get before realizing Cindy couldn't possibly do all of this!?
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It was a fabulous day again after yesterday's rain so the botanical gardens were cool for a walk and Taid managed to find the bowling club but we didn't have time for him to have a go on their artificial grass. The golf club has real grass but is surrounded by the lake so many balls must get lost there.
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... were about 10cm! Anyway the reason why I'm not sure why they made that decision is because the other famous thing jet boats are famous for is the 360 degree turns they do which are very quick and you can get a bit wet :) we set off down the rivers and the driver (Brett) drove us to the banks and almost to the bridges before he would swerve away just in time! We went onto the shotover river too and then went back. It was very quick and ...
... could be clearly seen for the first time in two weeks. Back on the bus for another day of gorgeous snow-covered mountains and rushing waterfalls. The pass had been closed during the night, but was reopened by the time we got there. We took a great walk up to a rushing waterfall through beautiful, moss-covered forests. We bid our new friends farewell and returned to the Dairy Hotel ...
... ventured into the ferry terminal and asked for a Frenchman called Jean-Sebastien (Rob’s friend who is now working on the Jucy cruiser that does boat trips onto Milford Sound). That night we spent a good few hours with some beer and amazing pizza in Milford’s only pub with Seb and his partner Junia. It was such a nice evening and it was great to have a catch up! We ended up sleeping in the car park of the pub rather than drive 45 minutes back out to find a ...