Queenstown Autumns Colours

Queenstown changes to the colorful hues of red and gold during the Autumn months from 1 March to 31 May. The crisp cold nights create very vivid colours amongst the trees. This is where Arrowtown really becomes the painters dream landscape as the hills that are nestled against the town become a patchwork of colour. The Arrowtown Autumn Festival runs from 29 April to the 8 May to celebrate the transformation of the town from summer to winter.

This is the perfect time to visit Queenstown, relax amongst the stunning scenery and to feel the crunch of fallen leaves under your feet. The vineyards are busy with harvest at this time of year making a great time to do a wine trail and see the action taking place (or taste Central Otago’s tasty wines).

Queenstown’s many golf courses give the golfing fan a real treat. The quiet crowds during Autumn give you the chance to take the golf courses at your own pace and enjoy the Autumn colours. The Queenstown Golf Club is a perfect course to take in the Autumn surroundings and perhaps sink a hole in one.

This has to be one of the best times of year to visit Queenstown especially if your not a fan of the snow. The weather is still warm enough to do outdoor activities and the scenery has its own uniqueness that is unmatched during the rest of the year. As the crowds wait until the snow drops, many deals can be found around town in accommodation and activities. Don’t think about it, find that bargin and book!

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