Queenstown skifield Coronet Peak has opened NZ’s first ice castle as it looks to tap into the increasing number of visitors who don’t ski or snowboard but want a winter experience.
Queenstown Airport is offering to buy more properties from homeowners affected by a proposed noise increase.
Glenorchy residents want to erect signs around the small Otago town telling visitors not to defecate in public and to stop using drones in the area.
Real Journeys’ CEO on the scale of the investment involved and the potential the new 900ha could unlock for the region.
The new partnership will create the 900ha Cardrona-Soho Ski Area near Wanaka.
Queenstown’s iconic Eichardt’s Private Hotel has added a luxury yacht to its offer with the purchase of the 24 metre Pacific Jemm.
The Queenstown-based operator has seen its profit dragged down by Christchurch Casino and static property values.
Skyline Enterprises’ market capitalisation broke through the billion-dollar mark on Friday to become Unlisted Securities Exchange’s (USX) second issuer to achieve the milestone.
More than 140 members of the Upper Clutha communities were asked to “dream big” at two workshops held last week to talk about the future of Wanaka Airport over the next thirty years.
Two Queenstown operators have suspended rafting excursions after the death of a tourist at the Shotover River.
Natural snow, cold temperatures and “heaps more fire power” are getting Mt Hutt, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables ready for the ski season.
Wyndham Garden Remarkables Park, Queenstown brings Wyndham Hotel Group’s NZ portfolio to nine hotels.
Queenstown’s Real Journeys has appointed Ciara Craig its new marketing manager.
Queenstown’s The Helicopter Line should review its safety systems after four “serious landing accidents” in three years, says the Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC).
More people are pounding the pavements in central Queenstown than ever before, according to the results of Colliers International’s 2018 Queenstown CBD Pedestrian Count.
Sarah Searle launches red polka dot events in Wanaka.
Wanaka’s Treble Cone has appointed Toby Arnott as its new ski area general manager.
Booming tourism and the impact of growing poor behaviour are making South Island private landholders reconsider allowing access to track and trail users, according to a new report.
Ed Sheeran’s three Dunedin concerts, a big 30th anniversary crowd at the Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow, and generally fine weather across Otago are all expected to contribute to a bumper Easter for the region’s retailers and operators.