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The New Zealand PGA Championship, which runs at The Hills golf course in Arrowtown between 28th February and 3rd March, is about much more than 'just' golf.
Well, OK, it is mostly golf themed, but what would you expect?! There is a sand bunker beach party at the 19th hole, a Saturday night concert featuring Jamie McDell (think Jewel and Taylor Swift) and locals The Lynch Mob, and even the opportunity to partake in Extreme Golf!
There will also be amazing sculptures dotted around the course, ... read more
Posted on Thu, 21 February 2013, by Earnslaw Lodge
Head on down to the Milford Galleries in downtown Queenstown right now and you'll be treated to two inspiring exhibitions...
No Boundaries by Sally Smith has her bronze sculptures defy gravity and expand across the surfaces they occupy - a truly mesmerizing experience.
Newly emergent New Zealand artist Mike Crawford is exhibiting his glass art in The Bird Collector - showcasing unique forms with a spellbinding narrative.
So why not take a break from the adrenalin fuelled activities, world ... read more
Posted on Fri, 15 February 2013, by Earnslaw Lodge
If you're a whiz in the kitchen and fancy unleashing your culinary sparkle in public then The Remarkables Market needs you! Each month two contestants battle it out head-to-head in their Chef competition - mentored by a local chef and judged by some of Queenstown's best chefs, contestants of all ages have 60 minutes to make a meal out of a mystery box of ingredients. So if our fully equipped kitchens at your accommodation in Earnslaw Lodge aren't enough for you, head on over to the Red Barn on ... read more
Posted on Fri, 8 February 2013, by Earnslaw Lodge
We've always known Queenstown was something special, but it's good to see others agree with us! The SMH has named Queenstown as one of the world's top 10 best small towns.
Queenstown is also gaining a reputation for being more than a party town - work from famous artists like Damien Hirst is adorning gallery walls alongside a burgeoning number of local artists.
Posted on Fri, 1 February 2013, by Earnslaw Lodge