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14 Brecon St | Queenstown | ph 03 442 9995 & 50 Cardrona Valley Road | Wanaka |03 443 6901
Offer Available At
QUEENSTOWN, FIORDLAND & STEWART ISLAND ACTIVITIES
THESE NZ SCHOOL HOLIDAYS KIDS TRAVEL FREE
20 APRIL -- 5 MAY 2013
FREE 0800 65 65 01
With full fare paying adults on selected departures. Maximum two school-aged
children (up to 18 yrs) per adult. Conditions apply, see website for details.
KIDS GO FREE these school holidays...
Keeping the kids entertained these school
holidays just easier. School-aged kids go
free on a range of trips with Real
Journeys, when accompanied by a full-fare-
paying adult (up to two children per adult).
This is a trip full of enchantment. The cruise
starts at Te Anau and crosses the lake to
underground caves sculpted by rushing
water. A nature guide steps you past the
gushing waterfalls into the quiet and
complete dark, where glowworms shimmer in
their thousands. Tip: Kids love this adventure!
Milford and Doubtful Sound
Turn your holidays into an adventure the
family will never forget, head to the fiords of
our World Heritage Area. Just twenty minutes
drive from Te Anau, the village of Manapouri
is the starting point of your journey to
Doubtful Sound and a Wilderness Cruise.
Alternatively, take the two to three hour
journey to Milford Sound for a Scenic or
Nature Cruise. The stunning scenery will
always delight. Keep an eye out for fur seals
and sometimes even dolphins.
Explore the far South with a trip to the
beautiful Rakiura National Park with free
passage for kids on Stewart Island Ferries.
Share a little history with the kids and take a
cruise on the iconic TSS Earnslaw, now in its
hundredth year. View the engine room and
historic displays. Disembark at Walter Peak
High Country Farm on the western shore of
Lake Wakatipu for a taste of rural New
Zealand. Children love feeding the farmyard
animals and cheering on the sheepdog
rounding up the sheep. On the cruise home
sing along with the piano player or simply
relax and enjoy the scenery.
Contact Real Journeys on 0800 65 65 01 or
Experience to be enjoyed
The Lone Star Cafe´ and Bar in Wanaka - the home of
the 21st Lone Star restaurant inNew Zealand and a
legendary destination for fine food, entertainment
and a 'great experience' to be enjoyed by all - locals,
tourists, groups, couples or families.
In Wanaka, the Lone Star Cafe´ and Baris a superb
experience which can cater for a variety of needs.
Surrounded by mountains and located in the incredible
Basecamp building which also houses the Basecamp
Climbing Centre and Ruby's Cinema the Lone Star
Wanaka cuts an imposing, dramatic figure, none more so
than after dark when its spectacular lighting renders it a
sight to behold. It's a great destination for all: a haven for
a family with an outdoor children's playground and rock
garden and atoy box on hand to keep the younger
members of the family entertained and content, while
others relish the ambience and opportunity to have a
great venue at which they can meet.
An outside dining area and open fires combine to ensure
a selection of varied dining and meeting areas to be
enjoyed year round.Add into this Half Price Margaritas
every day from 5-7pm, a courtesy coach for pick-ups and
drop offs and heaps of parking and it's a destination that
is proving to be immensely popular.
With Winter and thoughts of skiing just weeks away, the
Lone Star Cafe
´ and Bar is also a great apres ski location
where the Apres Ski Summit bar with Mountain views,
makes a welcome retreat with its open fire and drink and
meal specials for those coming straight from the slopes.
Open for dinner 7 days a week, the Lone Star offers
something for everyone and the team on site looks
forward to the pleasure of your company soon.
Lone Star Queenstown
Adestination to be enjoyed -- The Lone Star Cafe´ and
Bar in Queenstown -- a mecca for superb dining,
exceptional service, a great atmosphere and a 'must
visit' stop-off for the School Holidays.
Queenstown's Lone Star Cafe´ and Bar prides itself on
being a destination that will be enjoyed by all; children,
families, holidaymakers, groups. Be enticed with all that
the Queenstown Lone Star Cafe´ and Bar has to offer and
embrace its reputation for mouth-watering food at its
With families and children in mind, Queenstown's Lone
Star provides the chance to dine earlier, offering its classic
dishes within a destination that is child-friendly and
family orientated.On offer for this holiday period are their
'Kid's Rock' deal --a kids meal for $8 -- what a bargain and
a way to keep everyone happy.
And with a special kids menu in place, toys to enjoy and
colouring-in activities to keep them amused, parents are
able to relax and enjoy their time too.
There are lots of options available for diners at the
Queenstown destination. A newly renovated upstairs bar
and cafe along with another separate function area
provides unlimited choices for families or large groups,
while casual diners will enjoy discovering the attractive
environs available in other areas of Lone Star.
Every night of the week the Queenstown restaurant
pumps with an atmosphere that brings new and repeat
customers through its doors having established a
formidable reputation that has been cemented over time
since its opening back in 1991 by original owners James
'Chief' and Lucy Whelan.
Turn the clock on several years, and today Dave Gardiner
is at the helm, building on this legendary service, and
world class dining.
''Lone Star continues to be a place where you go not only
to eat delicious, whole hearted Kiwi meals but also where
you can relax and be entertained,'' Dave said. ''Our
objective continues to be to deliver first class service and
food but to do it in a casual, fun and unpretentious
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