The famous gold rush town. It is only 15 minutes drive from Queenstown. At the beginning of the 19th century, a large number of workers came here to find gold for wealth, including Chinese people who came to China from Guangdong, the Pearl River Delta and other places. At the riverside of Arrowtown, there is a Chinese Village (Chinese Settlement). The local government has worked very hard and kept some of the houses that the Chinese lived in during the gold rush here. In order to facilitate the visit of Chinese tourists, the Chinese village also has a Chinese commentary. Arrow Town The local museum is also worth visiting. There are precious cultural relics and materials about the history of Chinese gold rush. Arrowtown is not big. The only bustling commercial street in the town is called Buckingham Street. Gift shops, coffee shops and restaurants are concentrated here. Arrow Town The most beautiful time is the number of autumns every year. At the end of April and early May, the golden leaves were covered with branches, and the entire hill was golden. This time of year is also the annual autumn carnival festival in Arrowtown. Everyone is on the streets to celebrate and the atmosphere of joy is everywhere.
Traffic: operated by Connectabus, going to Arrowtown Generally speaking, take 11 to Frankton.