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The Road From Queenstown To Wanaka Via The Crown Range - Crown Range
Dorothy -- 2001-10-27

Driving from Queenstown to Wanaka the Crown Range Road begins with the zigzag and descends to Cardrona and Wanaka.
 
Three Girls Go Camping And Tramping In 1944-5 Part 2
Madeleine Hamilton -- 2001-07-27

Three women in the Dart and Rees Valleys climb across the Dart Glacier to the summit of the Dome.
 
Glenorchy
Dorothy -- 2000-06-09

Glenorchy at head of Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand, has friendly people, great activities, accommodation, and is gateway to great walks.
 
The Queenstown-Glenorchy Road - New Zealand
Dorothy -- 2000-06-02

Queenstown to Glenorchy, now a 40 minute journey on a sealed road, leads to gateway to beautiful wilderness country.
 
Queenstown For The Not-So-Energetic - Queenstown New Zealand
Dorothy -- 2000-04-07

Queenstown on Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand, offers walks, excursions, gondola rides, nature parks to attract not-so-active visitors.
 
Scenic Highlights - Part Three - Te Anau to Milford - Milford Sound
Dorothy -- 2000-02-18

Te Anau to Milford Sound by road is a trip with superb scenery - mountains, lakes, waterfalls, photo opportunities everywhere.
 
Time Walk On Queenstown Hill - Queenstown Hill
Dorothy -- 2000-11-10

Queenstown Hill's Time Walk offers panoramic views of the area, especially Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu, and the mountains.
 
Cruising
Warwick (New Zealand Expatriate) -- 2004-09-17

Article describes a cruise to Dusky Sound for fishing, diving, scenery and to visit where Captain Cook sailed in 1770 and gives advice for those planning such a trip.
 
 
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