Skyline Queenstown Activities
Wondering what to do in Queenstown? Look no further - The Skyline Queenstown complex offers a whole day’s worth of fun things to do in Queenstown!
Located an easy five minute walk from central Queenstown, Skyline Queenstown offers awe-inspiring views of the region and an abundance of entertainment and adventure for the whole family.
Take the journey on our iconic Gondola up Bob’s Peak to enjoy award winning cuisine in our scenic Stratosfare Restaurant & Bar, Kiwi Haka Maori culture performances and the Skyline Luge our very own thrilling downhill ride!
Skyline also offers access to scenic Queenstown activities such as walking tracks in the Ben Lomond Reserve, mountain bike trails in the Queenstown Bike Park and breath taking views from our viewing deck and market kitchen cafe, along with our stargazing tour.
Skyline Gondola and Luge are a must see Queenstown attraction during your visit to Queenstown, New Zealand.
Enjoy award-winning cuisine and panoramic views from Stratosfare Restaurant & Bar, located at the top of the Gondola.
Gondola Annual Pass
Ride the Gondola all year round and get exclusive membership discounts for you and your family!
Our expert stargazing guide will take you on a journey into the galaxy, for views that cannot be seen by the naked eye.
Get access to New Zealand's first gondola assisted bike lift! Explore Queenstown Bike Park for a half day pass, day pass or a multi-day pass.
Open daily 9am till lateCheck here for Skyline opening hours
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The Inside Track
Bringing the buzz to Queenstown Primary
10 April 2016
A fun bee-keeping educational experience for Queenstown Primary kids is about to get sweeter thanks to tourism operator Skyline Queenstown.
The launch of our The Tenacious Timber craft beer
18 March 2016
We're very excited to announce the launch of our very own craft beer! Join us for the launch on Monday 21st March 2016 at 3pm in Stratosfare Bar! Want to find out more? Check-out this article below from Mountain Scene.