Queenstown

20th Nov – 29th Nov 2020 (9 nights / 10 days)

Twin Share (1bdr/2 people)
NZD $3,695
NZD $3,195 (non-golfer)
Single Room (1bdr/1 person)
NZD $4,795
NZD $4,295 (non-golfer)
queenstown tour

Optional Extra: Day trip to the “8th wonder of the world” Milford Sound – NZD$245 including all transfers by luxury glass roof bus, a 2-hour cruise on the fiord and gourmet buffet lunch.

Queenstown golf holidays are always a hit with travellers. People cherish this small-but-mighty New Zealand resort town because of its diverse experiences, scenic wonders, and incredible vibes. Queenstown is regularly rated as one of the friendliest cities in the world. Conde Nast magazine continues to rank it among the top 10, and with very good reason too.

The town plays host to some of the globe’s best outdoor and thrill-seeking exploits. Based in the majestic mountain ranges of The Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu, the town is a year-round buzz of adventure, adrenaline and activity.

Staggering beauty and heart-pumping thrills await in the resort town of Queenstown, which is also known for its Hobbits—much of the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed in the area. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Queenstown for the kayaking, bungee jumping, jet boating, white-water rafting, golf, hiking and skiing. More mild-mannered adventurers can take a quiet cruise through nearby Milford Sound, part of the Fiordland National Park World Heritage area, or sample South Island pinot noir from one of the region’s 75 wineries.

What’s less well-known is that Queenstown offers some of the best restaurants and bars in New Zealand.  It’d be practically criminal not to grab a burger at Fergburger, and with burger names such as ‘Chief Wiggam’, who could resist? Madame Woo serves tasty and authentic Malaysian Hawker food, or you can try the award-winning rack of lamb at Roaring Megs Restaurant.

Queenstown is the premier golfing destination in New Zealand.

Tour Highlights

  • Return airfares
  • Five rounds of golf on superb courses
  • Happy hours after each round of golf
  • Unique golf competition
  • Stay 9 nights at 4-star Scenic Suites within a 5-minute walk of downtown Queenstown
  • All transfers included
  • Day trip to 8th wonder of the world Milford Sound
  • Plenty of time to visit the many cafes, restaurants, shops and beautiful attractions
  • Extra rounds of golf can be organized
  • Singles welcome
  • Non-golfers welcome

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Day 1 (Fri 20th Nov) – arrive at Queenstown Airport.
Transfers from airport to your Scenic Suites resort, your home for next 9 nights. Rest of the day to get settled in. Later in the day, we have a happy hour, so everyone can get to know each other.

Day 2 (Sat 21st Nov) – Golf Day at Queenstown Golf Club.
You will be picked up from your resort and transferred to Kelvin Heights. Queenstown Golf Club is easily one of the most beautiful courses you will play. Happy Hour once we get back to resort to debrief on the days play.

Day 3 (Sun 22nd Nov) – Golf Day at Cromwell Golf club.
About a 40-minute drive from Queenstown. Central Otago golf is all about fun in the sun amidst some fabulous scenery and few will walk away without a wry smile when they reflect on the beauty of this course and surrounding landscape. Happy Hour once we get back to resort to debrief on the days play and check the leader board.

Day 4 (Mon 23rd Nov) – Free Day.
One of the best ways to see Queenstown’s surrounding landscape – a cruise across Lake Wakatipu aboard the iconic century-old coal fired steamship, the TSS Earnslaw.

Day 5 (Tue 24th Nov) – Golf Day at Wanaka.
You will be picked up from your accommodation and transferred to Wanaka about 1 hours’ drive away. Play the beautiful Wanaka golf course with stunning views over Wanaka township and Lake Wanaka. Happy Hour follows golf once everyone is settled back at resort and a chance to check the leader board for the golf comp.

Day 6 (Wed 25th Nov) – Golf Day at Arrowtown.
A very enjoyable course and set in spectacular scenery. Happy Hour once we are settled back at the headquarters.

Day 7 (Thu 26th Nov) – optional extra. Day trip to Milford Sound.
Described as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, Milford Sound was carved by glaciers during the ice ages. Breath taking in any weather, the fiord’s cliffs rise vertically from the dark waters, mountain peaks scrape the sky and waterfalls cascade downwards from as high as 1000 metres.Get up close and personal with Milford Sound on our leisurely Nature Cruise. Experience the spray of a waterfall as you cruise close to sheer rock faces. Free day for those who don’t want to go on day trip.

Day 8 (Fri 27th Nov) – Golf Day Jacks Point.
Designed in harmony with the natural environment, the course weaves through native tussock grasslands, dramatic rock outcrops, steep bluffs and swathes of native bush to the edge of Lake Wakatipu. The presentation of the course is second to none, which makes Jack’s Point one of the world’s great golfing experiences. Happy hour and last chance to mingle with new friends made on tour.

Day 9 (Sat 28th Nov) – Free Day.
Discover just why Queenstown and Central Otago is home to some of the world’s best Pinot Noir on a tasting tour of our wineries and cellar doors. 

Day 10 (Sun 29th Nov) – Home time
Time to go home I’m afraid, but I am sure you will be back next year. Transfers to Queenstown airport for your flight home.

Jacks Point
With a backdrop of 2300 vertical metres of the Remarkables mountain range and an armchair view of an outstanding lake panoramas, Jack’s Point Golf course is one of the most visually spectacular in the world. As an 18-hole par 72 championship course offers golfers an exciting challenge with five tee positions to choose from, providing all golfers an unforgettable golf experience.
The course has been designed around the natural landscape, with minimal excavation. The course measures 6388 metres (6986 yards) from the championship tees and is built on the most spectacular of Jack’s Point terrain. Designed in harmony with the natural environment, the course weaves through native tussock grasslands, dramatic rock outcrops, steep bluffs and swathes of native bush to the edge of Lake Wakatipu. The presentation of the course is second to none, which makes Jack’s Point one of the world’s great golfing experiences.

Arrowtown Golf Club
The picturesque Arrowtown Golf Club is set in Central Otago, one of New Zealand’s most historic and scenic regions. Surrounded by mountains, the 18-hole course has superb views from every fairway. Each hole has its own attraction and the diverse and challenging course attracts players from all over the world. Historic stone cottage ruins nestle amongst towering trees, a legacy of Arrowtown’s pioneers. The end result is a little masterpiece with fairways threaded through tiny valleys, between boulders or over gorges with greens nestling snugly into hillsides.

Wanaka Golf Club
The Wanaka Golf Course is a picturesque 18-hole golf course surrounded by mountains and overlooking Lake Wanaka.  It is nestled above the township of Wanaka, only a 45-minute drive from Queenstown in the heart of the Queenstown Lakes region.  Course maintenance is of a very high standard here, and as Central Otago continues to grow as a golfing destination so too does Wanaka Golf Club.

Cromwell Golf Club
The championship course at Cromwell is the most inland links course in New Zealand. The sand-based fairways guarantee year-round dry underfoot conditions. "Relaxing, enjoyable golf with hidden subtle challenges" is the way course designer and supporter Greg Turner, former touring professional and now course designer describes Cromwell golf course.
Central Otago golf is all about fun in the sun amidst some fabulous scenery and few will walk away without a relieved wry smile or grin when they reflect on how they have played.

Queenstown Golf Club
The Queenstown Golf Club has been described as one of the most picturesque golf courses in the world. Located on the Kelvin Heights peninsula, surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Lake Wakatipu you will see why it is difficult to keep your head down.

Scenic Suites Queenstown provides one of the most sought-after locations for Queenstown hotels. The hotel’s elevated position gives fantastic views of the Southern Alps and over Lake Wakatipu. It’s hard to go past Scenic Suites Queenstown with its convenience and quality of four-star apartment style accommodation. This hotel is within a short walking distance to the many cafes, restaurants and bars that Queenstown has to offer.

  • Hillside brasserie serving breakfast and dinner
  • Lobby bar
  • 24-hour room service
  • Amaia luxury day spa
  • Free wi-fi

Things to do

Over the top golf– a hole in one at 4500 feet. Nestled at 4500 feet in the Southern Alps of New Zealand this par 3 unique golf experience overlooking Queenstown has four tee boxes for the altitude golfer to attempt their hole in one. With Over the Top helicopter access only, players will fly in, drive, chip, and putt out on the top. http://www.overthetopgolf.co.nz/

Walter Peak Gourmet BBQ Lunch – Make your way to a wharf on the Queenstown waterfront to board the TSS Earnslaw, a vintage steamship that’s more than a century old. Check out the engine room to see how the twin-screw propellers are powered, or just enjoy the view from the open deck—bring your camera for panoramic shots of the mountains.
Upon arrival at Walter Peak High Country Farm, sit down to a barbecue lunch on the terrace. Sample salads, local cheeses, and meats, with the option to add for-fee wine pairings from Central Otago.
Before or after lunch, watch farm show demonstration that includes working sheepdogs and sheep shearing, then board the TSS Earnslaw for the return trip to Queenstown. www.realjourneys.co.nz

Queenstown Gondola – Sit back and relax and take in the stunning views as you ride the Skyline Queenstown Gondola – the steepest cable car lift in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the must-do activities in Queenstown!
You’ll be carried 450 metres above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu to the top of Bob’s Peak, where you’ll enjoy the best views in the region unfolding before your eyes. You get to experience a spectacular 220-degree panorama with breath-taking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Walter and Cecil Peak and, of course, Queenstown. When you get to the top, choose your own pace from the host of activities on offer whether you’re looking for a day packed with thrills or a relaxing evening with some of the best of NZ and international cuisine.
www.skyline.co.nz

Wineries and Wine Tours

Appellation Wine Tours
Departing daily from Queenstown, our premium wine tours take you off the beaten track into the heart of Central Otago, a wine region famous for its outstanding cool-climate wines, boutique vineyards, dramatic scenery and a fascinating pioneering history – the perfect South Island and New Zealand wine tour destination. Tours are led by expert Wine Guides with a wealth of knowledge of local sights, history and wine. Daily tour itineraries change every day with vineyard requests available upon booking. Some vineyards have craft beer tastings available too – just mention this in your booking comments and we will endeavour to book these wineries for your requested tour. https://appellationwinetours.nz

Chard Farm Winery www.chardfarm.co.nz

Peregrine Wines www.peregrinewines.co.nz

Gibbston Valley Wineswww.gibbstonvalley.com

Amisfield Winery https://amisfield.co.nz

Tours and Sightseeing

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Day Trips

Milford Sound
The pristine Milford Sound is part of the World Heritage Fiordland National Park, in the south west of the South Island, and is famed for its remote atmosphere and rugged beauty.
It’s not hard to imagine why writer Rudyard Kipling called Milford Sound the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, Milford Sound was carved by glaciers during the ice ages. It is New Zealand’s best-known fiord and the only one that can be reached by road. Maori are believed to have discovered Milford Sound more than 1,000 years ago. Milford Sound is breath-taking in any weather. Cliffs rise high into the air from the dark waters, mountain peaks scrape the sky and waterfalls cascade downwards, some as high as 1000 metres. When it rains in Milford Sound (and it often does) those waterfalls multiply with magnificent effect. Take a day trip to Milford Sound and experience one of New Zealand’s must-do attractions. Sightseeing tours to Milford Sound depart daily from Queenstown https://www.milford-sound.co.nz/tours/

Glenorchy Movie Locations Tour: The Lord of the Rings www.tripadvisor.co.nz

Lake Wanakawww.lakewanaka.co.nz

Arrowtown – So many pleasures to choose from – Arrowtown’s historic streets, or its Great Outdoors.Arrowtown satisfies many sides of your personality. The nature lover, the outdoors adventurer, the museum visitor, the shop browser. The charm of historic Buckingham Street, while savouring a coffee.

Food, Wine and Nightlife

Queenstown offers some of the best restaurants and bars in New Zealand. Delectable food and a great night out are always on the menu.

https://www.tripadvisor.co.nz/Restaurants-g255122-Queenstown_Otago_Region_South_Island.html

Fergburger – Fergburger Queenstown is not just a place to eat it’s an attraction in Queenstown because the burgers are just that good!

Points of Interest & Landmarks

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