1. The are a huge selection of walking,biking tracks in and around the alpine town. You can walk along the shores of Lake Wakatipu or if you want a leisurely stroll close to the city Centre. There is also the Queenstown Gardens.
2. You can take a Cruise across Lake Wakatipu on the “Lady Of The Lake,” the last remaining coal-fired passenger vessel,in the southern hemisphere. This cruise can be combined with the Walter Peak High Country Farm where you can experience farm life from watching shearing demonstrations to horse treking.
3. The Skippers Canyon is an adventure of white-water rafting,bungee jumping and jetboating, it is New Zealands most spectacular Canyon.
One Activity I would encourage visitors to see in Queenstown is the Kiwi Birdlife Park. There is of course Kiwis and other birdlife veiwing. The conservation department also put their own shows on. You not only get entertainment but it is also very educational, there is also a Maori Hunting Village and Native forest and trails to be seen if you would like to learn more about this activity click here > http://www.kiwibird.co.nz/
To find out more information about Queenstown click here > http://www.queenstown-nz.co.nz/information/thingstodo/