It's winter in Queenstown in June. The Southern Alps are covered with snow and surround the town. The whole long white cloud band floats on the mountainside, so beautiful. The town is quiet in winter. In the town center, you can see singing puppies, people playing the piano, and delicious big-faced burgers that line up from morning to night. There are various tourist souvenir shops and skiing in the town. Supply store, tattoo shop at the foot of the ropeway mountain, and a big supermarket in town. The British colonists believed that the beautiful scenery should belong to the queen, so it was called Queenstown.
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In the center of Queenstown, as a key tourist city, almost everyone who comes to the South Island of New Zealand will come to Queenstown. As a tourist information center, it has a comprehensive list of promotional materials, maps and various activities. I suggest you go to get the information when you come to Queenstown
Located at the junction of CampSt and ShotoverSt, it was seen in travel magazines many years ago. The big brown clock tower is the symbol of Queenstown. From here to the lakeside in the west, to Darmore Avenue in the south, to the Peak Tram in the north, and to the airport in the east, it is the geographic center of Queenstown. Therefore, it is most suitable to build an i-SITE here. Although the visitor center is small, it is very comfortable. There are professional official staff to serve tourists warmly, and there are many color-printed brochures. Of course, the services of private tour companies in Queenstown are also very good. In fact, there is no need to come to the scene, and you can get professional guidance directly to the attractions.