Prime Minister Gives Low-Down on Queenstown

Prime Minister John Key provided The Telegraph with a guide to New Zealand’s adventure capital, Queenstown recently, describing the town as not only picturesque, but offer a full range of options for visitors.

Key described Queenstown as being “Surrounded by incredibly dramatic mountain ranges”, as well as offering adventure activities and fantastic food and wine.“

Though he visits the South Island town upward of five times a year, he normally does so for conferences. So, when he gets a chance to visit with family the first thing he does is go for a walk amongst the “trees and foliage”.

The Prime Minister offered his top picks of Queenstown places to eat and stay, and provided a diplomatic explanation to why he rather avoids some parts of the globe.


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