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Queenstown New Zealand

Location Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand
Photo Prints (Unframed)
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All Photo prints are printed on Ilford 290gsm Galerie professinal photo paper


Photo Mounted Prints
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All Photo mounts are given 2 clear coats of laminate to provide extra UV protection. Our Photo mounts are 10mm think and finished off with black edge


Canvas Prints
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All canvas prints are professionally printed and stretched on premium grade bevelled 40mm thick KILN dried stretcher bars.


Our large size canvas prins even come with centre bars for extra durability to prevent them from warping

All our canas prints ar then finished off with cloth tape on the rear and hanging wire ready to display. We even provide you with a wall hanging hook and screw.


Framed Boxed Canvas Prints
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Order Code PANA-NZQT-1001
Key Words Queenstown, Otago, Lake Wakatipu, South Island, New Zealand
Image Information " Queenstown is an international resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. It is built around an inlet called Queenstown Bay on Lake Wakatipu, a long thin lake formed by glacial processes that is shaped like a staggered lightning bolt, and has spectacular views of nearby mountains. William Gilbert Rees, along with fellow explorer Nicholas Von Tunzelman, were the first Europeans to settle the area. Rees was in search of pastoral land, and after an initial visit returned in 1860 to establish a high country farm in the location of Queenstown's current town centre. However the Rees’ farming lifestyle was to be short-lived. In 1862 gold was discovered in the Arrow River, a short distance from Queenstown.There are various apocryphal accounts of how the town was named, the most popular suggesting that a local gold digger exclaimed that the town was "fit for Queen Victoria". It is now known for its commerce-oriented tourism, especially adventure and ski tourism. It is popular with young international and New Zealand travellers alike.

Tourism- Queenstown and the Remarkable Mountains
the Ledge BungyA resort town, Queenstown is a centre for adventure tourism. Skiing, jet boating, whitewater rafting, bungy jumping, mountain biking, tramping and fly fishing are all strong promotional themes.Queenstown is a major centre for snow sports in New Zealand, with people from all over the country and many parts of the world travelling to ski at the four main mountain skifields (Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone). Cross country skiing is also available at the Waiorau Snow Farm, located near the village of Cardrona.A coal fired steamship that is nearly 100 years old, called the TSS Earnslaw, provides tourist trips on the lake.In recent years, Queenstown's hostels have become a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Queenstown provides adventure tourism during the day and a vibrant nightlife scene during the evenings.Locally, Queenstown has a reputation as one of New Zealand's wine and cuisine centres. Neighbouring, historic Arrowtown also features excellent restaurants and bars, and Queenstown lies close to the centre of a small wine producing region, reputed to be the world's southernmost. Pinot noir produced in this area fetches premium prices.Queenstown also now hosts an annual International Jazz Festival [1]. Recent international performers include Anika Moa and Di Bird.Queenstown also has a reputation for being the 'Adventure Capital of the World'.[3]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queenstown,_New_Zealand
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