Clyde Points Of Interest

Our Queenstown Points Of Interest guide is all about highlighting those must see scenic places that you just need to check out. Often off the tourist trail, our local knowledge uncovers those hidden gems that demonstrate the beauty of Queenstown.

With the incredible lake and mountain scenery, the budget conscious can discover some real hidden gems that don't cost a thing! Away from the paid activities and attractions, our local team has uncovered the areas and places that are well worth seeking out. Former gold mining sites, incredible viewing points, scenic lakes and reserves and historical buildings all feature and are all free to visit! There's even disc golf in Queenstown Gardens, a popular activity that involves tackling 18 holes with a frisbee.

Clyde Dam

Clyde Dam Clyde, Queenstown

  • 360 Panoramic View

As the largest concrete gravity dam in New Zealand, Clyde Dam is an impressive structure leveraging the energy of the Clutha River.

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  • 360 Panoramic View
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