Cities near Arthurs Point
- 1New Zealand93 reviews
Queenstown - The adventure capital of the world! The birthplace of bungy jumping and the home to jet boating, white water rafting, skiing, mountain biking and every other adventure activity you can think of. Not the adventurous type - there are walks, wineries, stunning scenery, shopping, great restaurants, hip bars and some of the best scenery going.
- 2New Zealand
- 3New Zealand6 reviews
Glenorchy is a wonderful small town in New Zealand. Sitting here in the evenings watching the sun disappear over the tips of the mountains is just beautiful. The staff at the small cafe is very friendly and inviting and the food is quite tasty also. I would recommend a trip out if only just for an afternoon. You will not ...
- 4New Zealand5 reviews
Cute little town with buildings preserved from its gold mining days. There's also a Lord of the Rings filming site right in downtown, if you are into nerdy travel like me.
- 5New Zealand
- 6New Zealand1 review
Cardrona ski area is an hour away from Queenztown. There are a lot of tour operators in Queenztown for organizing ski/ snowboarding to Cardrona. It is also beginner friendly.
- 7New Zealand
- 8New Zealand20 reviews
Wanaka is one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand. Went there many years ago and it just doesn't change...still as beautiful today as it was the last time I went.
- 9New Zealand36 reviews
Milford Sound is much better to see in person because it is truly breath taking. Milford Sound should be known as Milford Fjord as the difference between Fjord and Sound is that Fjord is valley carved by the glaciers and Sounds is valley carved by rivers. I must say that getting to Milford Fjord is as much as the highlight ...
- 10New Zealand2 reviews
As you drive into Cromwell you are greeted by a massive bowl of uber-tacky fake fruit. This is the highlight of town. The surrounding area offers some great wineries, escape town asap and get there.
- 11New Zealand
- 12New Zealand1 review
Alexandra is New Zealands most inland township. It has a very dry climate and the area is classified as desert. The discovery of gold brought people to this barren area. The area is one of New Zealands biggest stone fruit growing areas. It is also home to some of the countries best fine wool producers. Alexandra is a popular summer ...