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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Wānaka Weather & Seasons

When your planning your holiday or vacation its vital to know what to expect from the weather. Whether you are visiting for leisure, a wedding or meeting knowing what the weather is likely to be, helps with your planning.

Today's weather

If you are wondering what it is like today in Wānaka, check out these live cams - especially the waterfront camera.   For more details and information on the forecasts for the next ten days then visit here.

Year round temperatures

 

 weather chart

   

Seasons in Wānaka

Summer

December, January, February

Summer turns the Central Otago into an adventurer’s playground. Edgewater Hotel basks in log hot days by the brilliant blue waters of lake Wānaka. Whether seeking to relax, unwind, partake or explore, we can tailor a unique Edgewater experience specifically to you.

Beyond Edgewater Resort, summer opens Wānaka's stunning scenery to an endless variety of outdoor activities. We encourage our guests to explore the lake and surrounding rivers or head to the mountains for the lush greenery and spectacular scenery.

Autumn

March, April, May

Autumn is a season of beautiful changes, when Wānaka turns from green to red-gold as the trees colour the landscape. Edgewater Wānaka is the perfect base for dining and comfortable accommodation during autumn’s cooler mornings and evenings. As the sun climbs over Lake Wānaka and the day warms up, we encourage our guests to experiment with the variety of activities on offer.

Autumn at Edgewater is a truly special time of the year. Whether strolling, hiking or riding, there is beauty to be found in all directions. Immerse yourself in the landscape and take in the full majesty of nature’s changing colours. 

Winter

June, July, August

Winter ushers in the spectacular snow sports possibilities of the Wānaka region. With Treble Cone, Snow Farm and Cardrona all in easy reach Edgewater Hotel Resort and Spa is the perfect base for the winter adventurer. After a long day on the slopes, where better to rejuvenate than the welcoming warmth of Edgewater. Here you can trade stories in our well appointed bar before a hot nourishing winter meal.

For the non-skier, the crisp winter days are perfectly balanced by the southern warmth of our friendly staff. Relax by a roaring fire, and tantalise your taste buds with our seasonal menu. When it’s time to enjoy the outdoors, you can experience Wanaka’s clear winter skies and marvel at the sheer beauty of our snow-capped peaks. Whatever your choices, there is something to experience at Edgewater. 

Spring

September, October, November

Spring at Edgewater in Wānaka is the season of rejuvenation, when bare winter branches flourish with wild greens and new spring growth. The landscape around Wanaka comes alive with the energy of the season. As the trees and plants come to life, the local streams fill with snow-melt and the fishing season approaches. At the water’s edge our lush lawns provide the perfect setting to enjoy the spring days.

When not outdoors experiencing the very best of nature, you may wish to do some relaxing yourself. At Edgewater we encourage our guests to make the most of this wonderful time, and can organise your very own personal rejuvenation experience, leaving you refreshed in body and soul. 

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