Mt. Aspiring National Park – Whether it’s a scenic flight over the towering mountain peaks, hiking the tracks and trails through the wilderness or jet boating through the many lakes and canals that are found nestled within the ranges, there are many ways to experience the stunning beauty of Mt. Aspiring National Park. The highlight of the park is Mt. Aspiring itself. Featuring icy glaciers and gorgeous panoramic cliff tops, New Zealand’s tallest peak outside the Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park will not disappoint.
Lake Wanaka – Lake Wanaka is over 40 kilometres long and more than 300 metres deep, making it one of New Zealand’s largest inland bodies of water. With a number of small island sanctuaries to explore, the lake is also popular for sports and recreation, especially swimming, fishing and boating.
Skiing and Snowboarding – Skiing and snowboarding are one of the most popular outdoor activities when visiting Wanaka. With five world-class ski areas to choose from, the Wanaka area is a must for any winter sport enthusiast.
National Transport and Toy Museum – Encompassing four enormous buildings, the National Transport and Toy Museum houses over 600 classic cars and vehicles, 12 aircraft and thousands of toys and other collectible items. Offering a fascinating look back at the last one hundred years of transport, this enormous private collection is one of the largest of its kind in the world.