History

  • 1964

    Chalet on Bob’s Peak opened by Skyline Tours Ltd.
    Skyline Tours used two minibuses to ferry clientele to this vantage point or, alternatively, people could walk up, receiving a certificate for doing so.

  • 1967

    The Queenstown Gondola opened on the 17th of November.

  • 1971

    Extensions to the Chalet to form the licensed restaurant at Skyline are completed in May.
    Accommodation and Booking Agents (Queenstown) acquired in August, giving Skyline a sales office in the heart of Queenstown.

  • 1985

    In March, Skyline Rotorua opened, operating a gondola, restaurant, and a world first luge product.

  • 1987

    New four seater Doppelmayr Gondola installed, terminals upgraded, restaurant and souvenir shop extension opened in Queenstown.

  • 1994

    Major expansions carried out at Skyline Restaurant, Queenstown.
    The Skyline complex underwent a $6 million upgrade. The project can be described as an ambitious design which was an amazing engineering feat. A new wall of 30 tonnes of plate glass was installed. This new, curved wall expanded the already amazing vista to take in views of Coronet Peak and the valley towards Arrowtown. It was opened on October 27th 1994.

  • 1998

    Queenstown Luge opened.

  • 2003

    Opening of Luge at Mont Tremblant in Quebec, Canada
    Skyline Enterprises' first international site.

  • 2005

    In September, Skyline Luge opened on Sentosa Island, Singapore.

  • 2011

    Skyline Queenstown opens the first official mountain bike season.

  • 2013

    Skyline Luge Calgary opens, Skyline Enterprises' second Canadian site.

  • 2017

    Skyline Luge Tongyeong in South Korea officially opens in April.
    November sees Skyline Queenstown celebrate 50 years of Gondola operation.

  • 2021

    Skyline Luge Busan in South Korea officially opened in July