Celebrate the start of winter by joining us for the Spirit of Queenstown Fireworks Cruise with Southern Discoveries. Escape the crowds and enjoy a front row seat for Queenstown’s best fireworks display.
Your ticket includes wine tasting and cheese pairing. Other delicious snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. You will be entertained by live music throughout the cruise so sit back, relax and enjoy prime viewing of the fireworks as winter kicks off with a bang.
School of Thought offers no fee part time small business courses on behalf of Te Wananga o Aotearoa. Designed to help you identify and plan for the launch of your new business and give you the critical skills for business success. \ Part time courses begin July and enrolments are open now! Enrol online at www.schoolofthought.co.nz or contact course facilitator Peter Waaka (03) 442 2812 or [email protected]... See MoreSee Less
Whether you’re looking for an afternoon with a local winemaker.. A night of music with none other than DJ Ribera onboard.. Or just simply taking in stunning views from Queenstown’s only luxury superyacht.. We have it all on @pacificjemmbyeichardts
With a limited number of tickets available, please contact Sam for tickets and more information.
IMeet - Co work and meeting space Queenstown's new co working location is now open with a focus on building a community for small businesses to grow. With rates and packages to suit your needs. Drop by or call the amazing team to discuss an option to suit your needs. 03 441 4678 [email protected]www.imeet.nz... See MoreSee Less
Remarkable Labour - Queenstown are hiring a range of staff for immediate work! We currently need a team of 10 labourers ASAP for full time ongoing work! Call Paddy today to see what we have on offer! Call 02102923342 or email [email protected]
🚲 Queenstown, we need your help! We’re looking for bikes to gift to former refugees now living in Invercargill. Bikes are perfect for our new Southlanders to make their way around the city – whether it is to get to work, school, supermarket or the doctor. If you have an unused bike, please drop it off at St Margaret Church (Frankton) on Friday 14 June from 3-5pm or Saturday 15 June 10am-4pm. We will pick up all the bikes and take them to Invercargill to distribute them among new arrivals. Thanks 🚴♀️🚴♂️ ... See MoreSee Less
Skippers Road remains closed at The Saddle, although judging by the attached pictures of the shoulder failure at Long Gully, you can probably think of a better word to describe its state. Unfortunately, we don't have a timeframe for getting things open once again, but we've got engineers preparing a design for the repair and we hope to have an update regarding construction next week. ... See MoreSee Less
Predator Free Queenstown Hill - Urban Trappers Wanted
Looking for Urban Dwellers living on the fringes of Queenstown Hill that would like to join our Predator Free Queenstown Hill project, set up your own trap, GPS your trap and report your catches. Visit our community facebook page Predator Free Queenstown Hill to register your interest. ... See MoreSee Less
This makes me laugh. The has council has approved intensive subdivisions areas, some properties with attached one bedroom flats with streets that are too narrow with insufficient parking then decide to fine people for parking inadequately?
Where on earth do they think we will park???
Why not? We could use a few more pointless laws to help with Council revenue gathering and pocket-lining. FFS
What a joke are they going to provide residents with parking? This will force people to park on the roads narrowing them making them extremely dangerous. It will also make it dangerous for children to cross streets with views obscured madness 😡