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Millbrook Resort

Queenstown, Central Otago and the Southern Lakes, New Zealand

At a Glance

  • Award-winning day spa

  • A superb and award winning 27-hole golf course

  • The Fairway Homes are a fantastic, spacious option for families

  • The countryside surrounding the resort is absolutely beautiful

  • Views of Coronet Peak and the Remarkables mountains

  • Accommodation to suit anyone, from deluxe studios to four bedroom Fairways homes

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The climate in New Zealand is incredibly pleasant, with warm and balmy summers and cold crisp winter months with wonderful clear, blue skies. The warmer high-season months of November to April are perfect for outdoor exploration. The colder months of June to August are the best time to ski.

Both North and South Islands are drier on the east coast, rather than on the west, where mountain ranges act as a trap for the moisture-rich winds from the Tasman Sea. It is also worth remembering that it is usually a few degrees cooler on the South Island than the North Island and as New Zealand has a maritime climate, the weather can change rapidly.

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Insider's View

Travelling in the winter months, you are ideally located to ski at the Remarkables or Coronet Peak, both of which can be seen from the resort.

Original features are found everywhere, from the old 1850s farmstead converted into the reception, to the old sheep shearing shed beside the driving range.

Call us on 020 3993 8476 to start planning your holiday to Millbrook Resort or take a look at our itineraries to Central Otago and the Southern Lakes


Located just a short drive from Queenstown, nestled within the Southern Alps and framed by the aptly named Remarkables Mountain Range, are the 500 acres of lush green fairways, rolling hills and gentle babbling streams of Millbrook Resort.

Millbrook Resort is a tranquil haven away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With an array of well appointed boutique accommodation privately located amid babbling streams and an abundance of flora and fauna.

An impressive 95% of the Millbrook grounds are open space, resulting in a peaceful and tranquil environment to play, stay or live. With a 27 hole golf course, an award winning spa, 4 restaurants and health and fitness area to fill your time at Millbrook, make sure you have enough free time to soak up the surrounding world class scenery with a glass of Central Otago Pinot Noir.

Millbrook is close enough for you to easily access the cosmopolitan buzz of Queenstown, but far enough away to enjoy the tranquillity and splendour of the alpine countryside. The historic gold-mining settlement of Arrowtown is only a short drive away, as are award-winning tourist attractions, wineries, restaurants, and the outdoor activities that have made Queenstown world famous.

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Set across 500 acres, Millbrook offers a variety of options including studio rooms, one bedroom suites, two bedroom villas, two, three and four bedroom fully-equipped cottages and exclusive three and four bedroom Fairway Homes. With over 175 boutique hotel rooms, they have a style of luxury accommodation to suit everyone.


Along with 4 superb restaurants, Millbrook offers an in-house chef service - ideal for guests seeking the ultimate in luxury and a unique way to experience some of New Zealand’s finest cuisine.


The award-winning Spa at Millbrook has been placed among the top ten spas in the world by Conde Naste Traveller Magazine and provides a complete range of therapeutic and beauty treatments for men and women.

Voted the Best Golf Resort in Australasia and New Zealand, the championship course offers five different tee positions catering for golfers of every level of playing expertise.


  • Amisfield ‘Trust the Chef’

    "Trust the Chef" signature menu offers a shared dining experience, with dishes selected by the chef based on fresh produce and ingredients available on the day.

  • Bike the Wineries of Central Otago

    Explore the vineyards and scenic wine lands of Central Otago by bike on this self-guided winery tour and visit some of the region’s most well-known wineries.

  • Dart River Jet Boat Safari (Shared)

    The Dart River Jet Boat Wilderness Safari is a spectacular Jet Boat journey through the Dart River located at the foot of Lake Wakatipu, surrounded by breathtaking snow-capped mountains, waterfalls and glacial valleys frozen in time.

  • Doubtful Sound Overnight Cruise on Fiordland Navigator (Shared)

    An overnight cruise on the Doubtful Sound is without doubt one of the best ways to experience Fiordland in all its glory. The Fiordland Navigator cruises through the sound to the Tasman sea, stopping to kayak and see birdlife and wildlife on the way.

  • Doubtful Sound Wilderness Cruise (Shared)

    The dramatic expanse of Doubtful Sound is best explored by boat, traversing the fiord and surrounded on all side by the steep peaks, native bush and crashing waterfalls.

  • Dusky Sound Heli Tour

    Take to the skies for a spectacular view of the pristine rainforests and islands and inlets of Dusky Sound. Landing on a floating heli-pad you will hike the deserted coves and fish the abundant waters of the fiord.

  • Fly Nature Cruise on Milford Sound (Shared)

    New Zealand’s incredible breadth of landscapes and staggering beauty becomes clear as you take to the skies over Lake Wakatipu and the glacial lakes, before cruising across the wildlife rich waters of Milford Sound on this shared experience.

  • Horse Riding in Glenorchy

    Saddle up and roam the stunning scenery on horse back, starting at Glenorchy - a world-famous horse trekking destination where you can wander great wide open spaces and marvel at the region's beauty on a tranquil horse riding adventure.

  • Jet Boating & Walking in Matukituki Valley (Shared)

    Deep in the Matukituki Valley, this exciting half day jet boating adventure will take you beneath the breath-taking scenery of mountains and glaciers, Lord of the Rings and Hobbit locations, into the World Heritage Mount Aspiring National Park.

  • Lake Wanaka Cruise and Island Nature Walk (Shared)

    The magical nature reserve of Mou Waho Island is home to the rare flightless Buff Weka, and a picturesque spot to explore the bush, or simply sit back and relax on the beach after a scenic boat cruise across Lake Wanaka to the island.

  • Milford Sound Extended Helicopter Tour (Shared)

    Exploring Milford Sound is on most people’s bucket-list when they visit New Zealand. This tour will see you experience Milford by helicopter – a truly breath-taking scenic flight along the sound.

  • Milford Sound private cruise and helicopter experience

    An exhilarating half day combining a helicopter flight to Milford Sound with an exclusive private boat cruise. Explore this unique corner of New Zealand's South Island away from the crowds, getting up close to dramatic waterfalls and the fiord walls.

  • Paddle Lake Wanaka - Half Day Tour (Shared)

    Paddle out onto Lake Wanaka, exploring its pristine coastline from a kayak with your guide.

  • Private Helicopter Charter Fiordland Traverse

    The remote and dramatically beautiful landscape of the West Coast, Fiordland and World Heritage Park are best discovered by helicopter, high above the rugged peaks, expansive waterways and pristine wildernesses of the region.

  • Shotover Jet (Shared)

    Nothing you've experienced will have you prepared for the thrill and excitement of a Shotover Jet ride! From the moment the accelerator hits the floor your adrenaline hits the roof as you speed in mere centimetres of water along the famous Shotover River.

  • TSS Earnslaw & Walter Peak with Gourmet BBQ Lunch (Shared)

    Discover Queenstown’s pioneering history as you travel across Lake Wakatipu aboard the 103-year old steamship TSS Earnslaw to Walter Peak High Country Farm for a gourmet barbecue lunch.

Location & directions

Queenstown, Central Otago and the Southern Lakes, New Zealand

Millbrook sits just to the north west of Queenstown, two minutes from historic Arrowtown and nestled within the mountain ranges of the Southern Alps.

How to get there

Queenstown International Airport has daily domestic and international Australian flights with Air New Zealand, Qantas and Jetstar. Queenstown Airport is located 15kms from Millbrook Resort, just outside Arrowtown and access by road is a wonderfully scenic option.

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Call us on 020 3993 8476 to start planning your holiday to Millbrook Resort or take a look at our itineraries to Central Otago and the Southern Lakes

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