Arrowtown in Autumn is one of the most beautiful sights you can see here in New Zealand. But unfortunately because some of you can’t travel here for your trip of a lifetime doesn’t mean you should miss out. I have curated a whole heap of eyeball delight for you so you don’t have to wonder what it looks like.
Let’s ooh and ahh over Arrowtown together.
If you were visiting in Autumn (March, April, May) you’d find still warm days and hot afternoons and then a cool, cold snap in the evening. Perfect for getting the fire ready and the pinot noir warmed.
We have some of the best pinot noir in the world here in Queenstown and Central Otago and my favourites to be poured in the colder evenings are Amisfield, Brennon, Carrick, Mount Difficulty,
Walks are still plentiful and lovely as the ground is still hard enough and sticky enough to meander (no icy patches just yet!) and the colours blow your mind. So when you’re able to head over this side of the world again make sure Arrowtown in Autumn is at the top of your must do’s.
Mind blowing oranges, reds, golds and yellows spread out like a royal carpet on the hills above the town and the lanes are filled with magic.
I’ll just be quiet and let you see for yourselves. And hope to see you here for real soon.
Stay safe. Stay home. Wash you hands.