Peak Apartments Wanaka welcomes you to the ultimate, all year round holiday destination.
Lake Wanaka is nestled in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand. The township borders the crystal clear waters of Lake Wanaka and is on the edge of Mount Aspiring National Park part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area. Peak Apartments Wanaka is located in the heart of the Wanaka township, within walking distance of the lake. Our luxury self catered accommodation is the perfect place to stay when you are exploring this beautiful area.
Lake Wanaka provides many attractions and activities, whether it’s sampling local wine and cuisine, skiing or snowboarding, water sports, mountain biking, hiking and climbing, fishing or simply putting your feet up and enjoying this area of outstanding natural beauty. Peak Apartments Wanaka also provides the perfect base to explore these attractions.
Lake Wanaka hosts many national and international events which attract people from all over the world. Events include Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow, The Festival of Colour arts festival, Challenge Wanaka triathlon, Winter Games, Contact Epic mountain biking event and Rippon music festival. As well as these events you can experience the laid back Wanaka lifestyle and enjoy some of the stunning local cuisine and wines at the town’s cafés and bars and take in the breathtaking views. All of these attractions are right on your doorstep, with our luxury apartments situated in the heart of the Wanaka township.
Getting to Wanaka & Peak Apartments
Travelling to Peak Apartments Wanaka is easy. Queenstown International Airport is just one hour’s drive away and there are regular buses from Queenstown, Dunedin, Christchurch, Te Anau and the West Coast. Car hire is also available.
Peak Apartments Wanaka also provides the perfect base for touring round some of the rest of New Zealand with easy access to the West Coast, Queenstown, Fiordland and Milford Sound. You can find out more about Lake Wanaka at Lake Wanaka Tourism.
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