About Skyline Queenstown
From a simple roadway up Bob’s Peak in the early 1960s to the thriving multi-attraction business that it is today, Skyline Enterprises has a fascinating and fast-paced history.
From humble beginnings Skyline has been constantly evolving. For over 45 years now it has pioneered new beginnings, while providing Queenstown with a top quality visitor experience.
As a company Skyline has gone from strength to strength, creating a hugely successful niche business, within the relatively new market of tourism in New Zealand.
Always striving to provide the best visitor experience possible, Skyline will continue to grow and evolve.
Read more about the development and history of Skyline Queenstown site.
Skyline Queenstown Sustainability Statement
Skyline Queenstown aims to provide our guests with a unique experience whilst also operating using sustainable practices.
Below we have outlined our vision statement, our mission statement and some detailed examples of our everyday sustainability practices, for your information.
Skyline Enterprises Vision Statement
Internationally recognised and respected for designing and delivering "compelling entertainment" experiences that are environmentally sustainable and attract fierce brand loyalty.
Our Mission Statement
To ensure the quality, service and standards of our facilities consistently exceed the expectations of our visitors.
To be recoginised as a leader in tourism activities.
To operate in harmony with the environment.
To maintain continued growth and profitability and thereby maximise the benefits to our visitors, emplyees and shareholders.
A few examples of our current sustainability practices
In the office
- All brochures display the re-use, re-fill, re-cycle logo to help promote sustainable practices.
- We only use printing suppliers who adhere to strict sustainable practices.
- All office printers are defaulted to double sided printing.
- We only use refillable ink cartridges and have them filled locally.
- Each office has its own recycling bin and all one sided printed paper is re-used.
- All equipment is turned off at the end of the day. Only those computers that control our heating units remain on.
- A large amount of our marketing is now done through the use of electronic media to minimise paper usage.
Around the complex
- We try to source ingredients from local suppliers whenever possible.
- All paper, cardboard, tin, plastic and glass is recycled.
- Recycling bins are now available for our customers to also recycle their waste items.
- Sensors have been introduced in toilets to help minimise power usage.
- We have planted a large number of native trees around the complex and will continue to plant more.
- Architects (Warren & Mahoney) are considering any item that can be re-cycled as we refurbish Level 2 of the SGRL Complex.
- All employees undergo a 2 day induction programme which includes information on our current sustainability practices.
- Staff are continuously encouraged to provide ‘Green Suggestions’ to their Managers.
- A ‘Green Sustainability Committee’ has been established.
- Our staff reward programme now gives employees the ability to use their rewards for various green/community based initiatives.
- Staff are encouraged to car pool.