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Queenstown Gardens

4.6/596 Reviews
City Park
Open all day
Park Street, Queenstown Central
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About Queenstown Gardens

The Queenstown Garden is located in the southeast of the town, on a small peninsula on Lake Wakatipu. Locals often come here to sunbathe, picnic and exercise. Although the garden is close to the city, the environment is quite quiet. There are tennis, golf and other entertainment facilities in the park. The park is surrounded by trees and flowers, making it a great place for recreation.

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  • juki235
    5.0

    Queen Town Garden is the most beautiful park in the town. The design is very beautiful. The flowers are purple and red. The whole park has a good environment of bird song and flower fragrance. There is also a special gate court in the park, where many people are very lively. In a word, this park is worth recommending and visiting.

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    Reviewed on 1519790056000
  • Luna
    5.0

    As soon as you walk around Lake Wakatip, you can walk to Queenstown Garden. The view around the lake is spectacular. Suitable for hiking and cycling. The lake water appears different blue in a day depending on the time and angle of sunlight exposure. Many big films can be made in a day.

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  • 聪明的笨羊
    5.0

    In fact, Queenstown is full of gardens and scenery everywhere. Located on one side of the town, the garden is surrounded by Lake Wakatip on three sides. Walking along the lake for no more than an hour, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the lake. Inside the garden are patches of green space and woods, and the air is very good. There are also special bicycle lanes. Parks are free.

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  • 旅行官的艺途视界
    5.0

    Queenstown Garden Garden Various exotic and native trees and plants and a large pond. Some facilities in the garden include tennis, lawn hockey, skateboarding, bicycle, skating, golf. Walk around here to avoid the noise of the commercial street!

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    Reviewed on 1507338723000
  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    It's a lovely park. It's worth spending time on your busy planned adventure trip. It's a small park with beautiful scenery and Queenstown Garden. I heard it's a good place. I came here and almost lost my way. But when I arrived, I felt it was all worth it.

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  • 寻路啊呀
    5.0

    Queenstown Garden, just in the center of the town, has a children's playground at the entrance, which is very large, with flowers, trees and Lake Wakatip shining each other. Many people walk and play here. There are many stone beaches near the lake. Everyone plays with stacked stones. The purity of Lake Wakatip is 99.9%. It is said that drinking water directly is better than buying bottled water.

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    Reviewed on 1519441766000
  • ZzuHan Han
    5.0

    When you go to New Zealand, you must go to Queens Town, where there are more tourists than local residents.

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  • 东游西浪
    5.0

    The garden is by the lake. There are many people, mainly in the area near the lake. There are campers, sunbathers, beer chats, and runners in the woods. The more people go to the woods, the less people there are. The first and second pictures are World War I and II monuments.

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  • lulu0531
    5.0

    Walk into Queenstown Garden in the left-hand direction of Lake Tickap. It's as beautiful as the Summer Palace in literary works. Independently, there are delicate galleries, and now the seasonal red maple leaves go inside. It's a primitive forest trail. Then down the hillside road along the lake, it's a mountain walk for dogs or more advanced activities.

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  • 数字先锋
    5.0

    The garden is very close to the city, and the park is not big. It's very pleasant to walk by the lake. There are many lawns here, which are suitable for walking, picnic and exercise. There are also World War I and II monuments. It is also very rare to have such a place in Queenstown free from noise and commerce.

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    Reviewed on 1509598950000
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