Our final week of our New Zealand trip, we decided to spend a week in Queenstown. We loved the vibe last time we visited so it only seemed appropriate to end our trip there.
We caught up with our work, staying with Elements Escape where they have a great selection of accommodations.
There are so many great towns around Queenstown to discover, but the most popular one people know would be to visit Arrowtown. If you’re going to New Zealand around Autumn, Arrowtown is one of the most beautiful places to visit. The town is so warm and vibrant with different coloured trees surrounding the area.
You can easily spend a good few hours around the area, and one of the ‘must-do’ things to do is grab a pie from Arrowtown Bakery & Cafe.
The last stretch of driving was from Queenstown to Christchurch, in time for our flight back to Australia to say our final goodbyes before we head back to the UK.
Spending six weeks in New Zealand has been one of the highlights of living in the Southern Hemisphere. We’ve covered so much of New Zealand, we still find it unbelievable that we’ve travelled that much of the country. Feeling slightly embarrassed, we’ve not done the same back in the UK, but have inspired us to really think about seeing the UK more once we’re back later on this year.
New Zealand Road Trip Itinerary: 6 Weeks
Follow our 6 week New Zealand road trip itinerary—including accommodation and activities across the North and South Islands—starting with a flight from Brisbane to Auckland with Air New Zealand.
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Hello! In love with the photos you capture and I've been watching videos on Joe Allam's channel. I was wondering which camera and lens you used during your trip to New Zealand, specifically the ones in this post? They're so lovely! Thanks so much!
Hey Joanna, thanks for your lovely comment :) I use my Fujifilm X-T10 with my 35mm f2 lens. Majority of the posts are combined with mine and Joe's. Joe used an Fujifilm X-T2 to take photos on this post.