In­sider’s guide to Queen­stown

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are plenty of ac­tiv­i­ties within the town­ship it­self and nearby that are not fo­cused on in­ter­na­tional tourists.

The myth that Queen­stown only of­fers adrenalin-in­duc­ing and wal­let-emp­ty­ing ac­tiv­i­ties is now of­fi­cially ‘‘busted’’.

Fris­bee golf: Free if you bring your own fris­bee.

Queen­stown Ice Arena: Adult $17, child $12, child un­der-4 $5; fam­ily (two adults and two chil­dren) $49; all prices in­clude an all-day pass and skate hire. See queen­stown­icerink.co.nz, ph 03 441 8000.

Caddyshack City: Adult $19, child $12. Ph 03 442 6642.

Alpine Aqua­land: Ca­sual swim $8 (adult), se­nior/ ben­e­fi­ciary $4.50, child $3; hy­droslide $2; tod­dler and adult, $6. See lakesleisure.co.nz.

Road­side en­counter: Sarah Bond meets Julien Bour­deau at the start of the Skip­pers Canyon Rd.

Try­ing her hand: Sarah Bond plays a long round of mini-golf at Caddyshack City, an in­door golf cen­tre.

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