Queenstown is a New Zealand city in the Otago region on the southwestern island of South. The city is built around a cove on Lake Wakatipu, a long thin lake formed like a bolt and has spectacular views of the nearby mountains.
Population 15 650 hab. (2019)
The city is best known for thrill-seekers (bungee jumping, rafting, speedboat, paragliding, parachute, etc.). During the winter season, many skiers come and slide on the Remarkables, mountains not far from the city.
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