Otago, on New Zealand's South Island, is home to the resort town of Queenstown. A great way to access Queenstown is via the small, but efficient, Queenstown Airport.
Queenstown Airport receives many domestic flights and a couple of flights from Australia during peak holiday season. The airport is well equipped with shops selling skiing equipment as well as tasty treats, making it the perfect gateway to a holiday in New Zealand's Alps.
The airport is just four miles (6km) from central Queenstown.
Getting to the city
The best way to get into the city is by taxi, however, shuttles are also available to be booked. Shuttle fares range from NZD 5 for kids, to NZD 10 for adults. It also costs an extra NZD 10 for ski gear.
Tel: +64 3 450 9031.
Rental companies including Apex, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Jucy, Nationwide, THL, and Thrifty all offer car rental services at Queenstown Airport.
Taxis are available from outside the terminal. The fare into town costs approximately NZD 25.
ATM, currency exchange, baggage lost and found office, baggage storage facilities, Internet lounge, tourist help desk, first aid facilities, wifi, retail outlets and restaurants. The terminal is fully accessible for disabled passengers.
Long- and short-term parking charges range from about NZD 3 for up to 40 minutes to NZD 9 for three hours and NZD 1 per hour thereafter with a maximum charge of NZD 20 for the first day and NZD 17 from day two onwards. The first 20 minutes is free.
A departure tax of NZD 20 – NZD 25 is charged.
Passengers booking flights to Queensland Airport will generally find flights available on Air New Zealand, Glenorchy Air, Jetstar, Qantas and Virgin Australia.
An hour of free wifi is provided for every every four hour period. If more internet is required, there is also an internet lounge available.
An internet lounge is located beside the International Arrivals part of the terminal. Internet is available for NZD 2 for 15 minutes and printing services are on offer.
Queenstown Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.