Boasting of over 1000 ecosystem types and several UNESCO World Heritage sites, Queensland never fails to mesmerise you with a piece of paradise wherever you go. These attractions lie adjacent to the best ski resort in Queenstown the likes of Oaks Queenstown Club Suites.
Getting around Queensland
To make the most out of your stay in Queensland, consider renting a car. It is the most flexible option of getting around Queensland as it allows you to drive to off-the-beaten-paths in the state.
Day One – Hike in Queenstown
Tackle a truly stunning hike up to Ben Lomond Peak, which would take you around seven hours to complete the full loop. Make sure you start early, as you may not find any shade formost of the trail.
Day Two – Live like a Local
Queensland, which allegedly is the cradle of adventure sports, is perfect for a myriad of such activities including bungy jumping, canyoning, skydiving, and ziplining. A trip to Queensland isn’t complete without visiting Wet Jakcet’s Cellar Door, where you can select from an array of Central Otago’s superb wine.
Day Three – Picnic just Outside of Queensland
Drive in the road from Queensland to Glenorchy, along which you may come across some beautiful spots that would take your breath away. Moke Lake is a wonderful place to have a picnic, which is what you should do when you reach its strikingly beautiful banks.