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Attractions & Activities in Wanaka

There are a wide range of things to see and do in Wanaka.


Hikes, Walks and Bike Tracks

There are numerous hikes, walks and bike tracks around Wanaka and the surrounding areas which range in distance and suit everyone's fitness level.

Treble Cone

Treble Cone offers a real New Zealand snow experience. Long uncrowded slopes, legendary off-piste terrain, unrivalled views and genuine personal service. This expansive mountain has the longest vertical rise in the Southern Lakes with far reaching boundaries spread over two large basins. Mother Nature has taken care of the terrain sculpting fun gullies, wide faces and exciting undulating runs.

Waiorau Snow Farm

Snow Farm is the place to go for snow experiences, unlike any other mountain. They have a dedicated snow play area, the Snow Fun Zone, filled with tubes and snow so you can slide down hills, build snowmen and settle a family dispute with a snowball fight! They also have snowshoeing and cross country skiing for the more adventurous, but rest assured both of these activities are easy for first-time snow bunnies.

Puzzling World

Be amazed and amused for an hour, or a day. For nearly fifty years Puzzling World has been messing with people's heads no matter what age, nationality or experience. We invite you to come and enjoy Wanaka's wonderful world of weirdness!

The Wanaka Tree

The Wanaka Tree, also known as the Wanaka Willow, is a willow tree located at the southern end of Lake Wanaka. The tree sits alone in the water and is a popular destination for tourists to take Instagram photos.

Prophet's Rock Winery

Based in Bendigo, Central Otago, Prophet's Rock wines embody the old world and new world – united by place. At Prophet's Rock, they are committed to using traditional winemaking methods to make wines that 'give voice to the vineyards they come from'. Prophet's Rock Vineyard is dedicated to the production of premium quality Pinot Noir, Riesling and Pinot Gris. The Prophet's Rock philosophy is a commitment to produce truly "Central Otago" regional styles.