Showcasing really cool NZ-made art and craft, Vesta is full of interesting prints, paintings, glass art and gifts. It's housed in Williams Cottage (1864), Queenstown’s oldest home. It's worth visiting just to check …
Occupying an attractive 1863-built Freemason's Hall on the lakefront, Artbay is always an interesting place to peruse, even if you don't have thousands to spend on a delicately carved ram's skull. It showcases the w…
Benefitting from wealthy travellers lightening their suitcases before jetting out, this 'preloved fashion boutique' is a great place to hunt for bargain designer duds. Womenswear fills most of the racks.
Locally crafted gifts and souvenirs, on the lakefront beside Steamer Wharf.
Grab a uniquely Kiwi hand-screened T-shirt or create your own design as a wearable souvenir of the time you bungyed, mountain-biked and ziplined to adventure-sports nirvana.
A well-known and good-quality NZ-founded chain selling tents, sleeping bags, rugged backpacks, active footwear and stylish adventure clothing.
The best coffee in town and a natty range of locally designed beanies and cool T-shirts for the discerning snowboarder.
Quirky and eclectic NZ design infused with a healthy dose of contemporary Māori culture.
Ski-equipment hire, mountain-bike hire and outdoor gear for sale.
Showcases large-format art shots, mainly of local landscapes.