Radfords Lakeview Motel
- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What an amazing day out we had! We were picked up at 7.45 am by Jane from Trips and Tramps, and journeyed by minibus to Milford South. This included delivering the post to farms and the occasional backpackers en route, as well as stops to admire the scenery and wait to go through the Homer Tunnel. Jane was a knowledgeable guide and explained the …
... and watch the feeding of the Takahe, one of the many threatened flightless birds in NZ. All these birds seem to have huge feet. We drove to rather unremarkable lake for the afternoon.
We got up at 5:30 am to catch the bus for a 2+ hour ride back to Queenstown. After a 2.5 hour stopover, when we found a craft market and a tasty venison pie (meat pies are very popular in NZ ) (they also ...
... catamaran to the jetty for 12.30 and back to chalet for beans on toast and it was still raining. There isn't much to do in the actual town but it does have what it calls a wildlife park. It's a 15 min walk along the lake and you come to some aviaries. In these aviaries are some of the rarest birds in NZ and the aviaries are just out in the open for anyone to just wander round. But also what they have in a very large pen are 4 takahe's. They are blue with ...
On our way to Te Anau to base ourselves for a couple of days so we can visit Milford Sound. The drive was again through stunning scenery. We stopped en route to watch the bungy jumpers jumping off the bridge into the Kawarau Gorge, surprisingly we were not tempted. Little Ones Spike was amazed that people were jumping off a bridge tied to apiece of elastic. Nanny suggested to him that he ought have a go, he thought carefully, said no and scampered quickly back to the camper ...
We spent the morning in Queenstown as it was such a lovely day. We headed to the quay and decided to do another jet boat ride as we had enjoyed the one in Taupo so much. The trip on K-Jet was more of a scenic tour rather than a rapids boat but still great fun, zooming up the rivers and doing some 360 degree spins on the way. The Shotover river is glacier-fed so the water is bright blue and completely ...