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Queenstown: os melhores parques

Parque
“For a moderate challenge, starting directly from downtown, visitors can test their legs on the Queenstown Hill Loop Track up to the ‘Basket of Dreams’, a favourite lookout spot. The three-hour walk starts and finishes on Belfast Street, and offers views over the Wakatipu basin to Cecil Peak, the Frankton Arm and Queenstown Bay.”
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Parque
“If you are interested in New Zealand native bird life and want to have close up encounters with some rare and endangered species this is the place to go, there are two Kiwi Houses to view our native noctornel bird. Go during the feeding times and educational bird show, audio guides are provided in many languages. The park relies on support for funding $$$ ”
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Parque
“From the car park, the track descends through native bush with plenty of bird life to Bobs Cove. It has a stunning view over Lake Wakatipu and offers swimming and shore fishing. A historic lime kiln remains from the 1800s, when the Wakatipu Lime Company quarried and processed Bobs Cove limestone. Gum trees here were planted to fuel the kilns. This track connects to the Twelve Mile Delta Track.”
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Quadra de tênis
“Beautiful lake-side botanical gardens. Our favourite place to stroll around the lake ”
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Lake
“Child friendly walk up to a small hidden lake. Decent hill at the beginning but easy from there - our 5 and 8 year old managed it. You could take a buggy, but would have to navigate the style at the bottom.”
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Campground
“Moke Lake is one of our favourite walks. The scenery is beautiful and the track is suitable for moderate fitness.”
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Parque
“Access the track to Jack's Point from Jardine Park - or head left at the bottom of our garden. Jardine Park has a childrens playground, tennis courts, mountain bike tracks and croquet courts.”
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Parque
“Great for going for a run or a jog, just turn left onto Fernhill Rd, and you can joke to a beach, or jog into Queenstown or just walk. ”
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Parque
“Towering above Queenstown, this hike is for the more experienced hiker. The effort is well worth the spectacular views from the top!”
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Parque
“My favourite walk 1.5hrs, easy walk, in Arrowntown, go to Sawpit Gully Walk in the Bush Creek Reserve. Park in the big carpark by the river and turn left, walk over the wee bridge or walk through the stream, and walk towards the west. When you come to trail markers near the big water pipe you will see Sawpit Gully Walk. Also on google Maps”
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Parque
“Head out towards Glenorchy on the Sunshine Bay track and enjoy the views across the lake to Cecil and Walter Peaks. Watch the Earnslaw steam her way to Walter Peak, and the many other lake cruise vessels take to the water with waving visitors on-board. Then head through native bush to reach Sunshine Bay’s jetty. There’s also a side-track that leads to a waterfall at Two Mile Creek Falls.”
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Parque
“Skippers Canyon is a historic and incredibly scenic gorge that spans across 22 kilometres (13.7 miles). It can be accessed from Queenstown through the same road that leads to the Coronet Peak ski field. Skippers Canyon is a popular stopover for heritage cruises, jet boating and bungee jumping. Not for the faint hearted! ”
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Trilha
“For one of the best views of Queenstown and an iconic experience in the alpine resort, there’s the Tiki Trail. Starting at the bottom of the gondola the Tiki Trail winds its way towards the lookout at the top where you have the option of making your way back down, after a few photos and a drink, or if the climb has got the better of you relax in the Gondola for the journey back down.”
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Campground
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