Mackenzie Region

Address:
Level 3, BNZ Centre
101 Cashel Street
Christchurch

A nature-lover’s playground, the Mackenzie Region is home to New Zealand’s highest peak and longest glacier, purest night skies, spectacular scenery and an abundance of awe-inspiring experiences to wow every guest.

The Mackenzie Region, which consists of Lake Tekapo, Twizel, Aoraki/Mount Cook Village and Fairlie townships, is approximately 3 hours drive on the main highway between Queenstown and Christchurch. Timaru Airport is just over one hours drive from Lake Tekapo. Mount Cook and Lake Tekapo airports offer small charter flight options.

The Hermitage in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park and Peppers Bluewater at Lake Tekapo are perfect for business and incentive groups, offering phenomenal views, quality accommodation, conference and food and beverage options.

Guests will be wowed by the plethora of activities on their doorstep. Explore the Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park and the mighty Tasman Glacier via a scenic flight, landing, hike, boat ride, 4WD and range of guided walks.

Discover the world’s largest darkest reserve in a real working observatory, or simply soak under the stars with a hot pools stargazing experience.

The Mackenzie high country stations offer views like no other, and can accommodate a range of events and activities to create the ultimate backcountry experience for your guests.

Mackenzie Region 
Mackenzie Region 
Mackenzie Region 
Mackenzie Region