Following the recent New Zealand Government policy announcements, once New Zealand enters the COVID-19 Protection Framework system (otherwise known as the traffic light system) on 3 December 2021 we will be requiring all guests aged 12 and over entering our hotel facilities to produce their Vaccine Pass. Our staff will also be vaccinated, and we are Qualmark Covid Clean certified. Under the current restrictions, continental breakfast will be served instead of buffet breakfast.

If you have any questions or concerns about this requirement, please email at reservations@edgewater.co.nz or phone us on +64 3 443 0011

 

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Edgewater That Wanaka Tree

Surrounds: Wānaka and Queenstown

Edgewater Hotel's situated on the edge of Lake Wanaka within the boutique township of Lake Wanaka.

As well as the fun adventure activities and fascinating attractions around Wanaka, Edgewater Resort and Spa is only one hour from Queenstown. There is so much to do in the surrounding regions during your stay at our Wanaka accommodation.

Wānaka

Lake Wānaka is situated on New Zealand's fourth largest lake and is the gateway to Mount Aspiring National Park.

Each season brings its own distinctive atmosphere; from the long, hot sunny days of summer to the crisp winters days, featuring the clearest of winter skies.

The lake is the playground for water based activities such as lake cruises, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, sailing water skiing, boating and fishing. Nearby there is river rafting and canyoning.

The extremes of the climate produce unique grapes which abound in the many vineyards in the region. Pinot Noir wines are synonymous with the region but don't stop there. Children are enthralled by the attractions and activities or you can relax at one of the boutique movie venues.

The region is a haven for  adventurous outdoor sports fans; from rock climbing to trekking, mountain biking to sky-diving. There is something to suit all levels of fitness and adrenaline seekers.

Wānaka's relaxed pace of life allows you to get away from the crowds and simply do your own thing.

Photos and Hashtags

For keen photographers here are some hints on the best places to take photos. And don't forget to hashtag your photos with #lovewanaka and #edgewater so we can share them. 

For more information on Wānaka visit Lake Wanaka Tourism's official website and check out their maps and brochures information.

Queenstown

Destination Queenstown is nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and is surrounded by majestic mountains, which are snow capped in the winter. Queenstown is also the international gateway to the region as Queenstown Airport welcomes flights from the East Coast of Australia and offers many domestic connections.

Queenstown is only 1 hours drive from Wānaka via the most direct route, the Crown Range.

Alternatively travelling from Wānaka to Queenstown via Cromwell takes only 20 minutes longer but you can stop off the Cromwell area to visit wineries or taste the freshest fruits from the nearby orchards.

In winter you may want to intersperse your Wanaka ski experiences with a day or two at Coronet Peak or The Remarkables. Year round the views from Skyline Skyrides are a photographers' delight or you may want to spend time on the rivers and lakes or exploring the many cycling and trekking trails.

For further information on Queenstown visit Destination Queenstown's official website.

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