|LWTOfficial Visitor Guide 2013|
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Lake Wanaka is the perfect setting for an unhurried weekend getaway, an action packed outdoor adventure, a leisurely family holiday and a photographer’s dream. There’s no shortage of activities for all ages on land, on water or in the air. and plenty of reasons to visit Lake Wanaka
Many attractions and adventure sports are within reach of Lake Wanaka. Take a scenic cruise on the Lake, sample locally made exquisite wines, or fish at one of the many easily accessible spots. Alternatively, venture into the hills and mountains surrounding Wanaka. Skiing, heli-skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking and climbing are all available in this area.
Roys Bay, Lake Wanaka
Everyone from budget travellers to the luxury lovers can enjoy Lake Wanaka with a wide range of accommodation from holiday parks, backpackers, motels, hotels, hosted bed and breakfasts , holiday homes to secluded boutique lodges.
Direct flights are available from Australia and all main NZ domestic airports to neighbouring Queenstown International Airprot which is just one hour’s drive away and there are regular bus services from Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown, Te Anau and the West Coast.
Lake Wanaka is a hub for travelers on a number of touring routes around the South Island including the West Coast to and from Nelson and Christchurch through the MacKenzie country and Mt Cook, down to Queenstown, Fiordland and Milford Sound and further afield to the Catlins, Dunedin and Stewart Island.
We look forward to sharing the world’s first lifestyle reserve with you – welcome to Lake Wanaka.