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  1. Queenstown, New ZealandHome of The Southern Alps Presented By: Luke Gallo Project 6: Dream Vacation 12/2/10

  2. Climate of Queenstown Spring (September, October, November): High Temperature: 60.8 Degrees Low Temperature: 41Degrees Fahrenheit Summer (December, January, February): High Temperature: 72 Degrees Low: 50 Degrees Fahrenheit. Autumn (March, April, May): High Temperature: 61 Degrees Low: 43 Degrees Fahrenheit. Winter (June, July, August): High Temperature: 50 Degrees Low: 34 Degrees Fahrenheit.

  3. How To Get to New Zealand In order to get to New Zealand You need to take an airplane Over the pacific ocean, it’s a long flight. The Distance from Ridgefield is about 9000 miles. It’ll take about 24 hours to reach New Zealand 2442$ for the plane ticket, give or take a few hundred.

  4. Hotels In Queenstown Crown Plaza Hotel: 125$ per night, each room has private balcony and 24 hour room service. Along with the most scenic views in New Zealand and a ski drying room. The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments: 125$ Has breathtaking views of the mountains and the lake. Close to the airport and ski mountains.

  5. Coronet Peak Coronet Peak: One of New Zealand's premier ski mountains towering at about 6000 feet and only snowing about 20 feet a year, but this skiing is known as some of the best in the whole world.

  6. Food & Dining at Queenstown, New Zealand

  7. What You’ve Got to Bring • Clothes for all seasons. Students in New Zealand usually dress casually. Clothing is available to buy at reasonable prices. • Your national costume for cultural functions. • Credit cards, travellers' checks, NZ cash - at least NZ$100 for use on arrival  • Photos/music/DVDs - New Zealand's electrical conversion is 240V  • A laptop computer. • Musical instruments and sports equipment. • A hair dryer - if New Zealand voltage is different to your own country, it may be safer to buy a hairdryer in New Zealand.

  8. New Zealand + Outer Space+ Skiing all year Round Plus no Ford or Mick= Great Country What A Fresh Flag! She's A Keeper

  9. Do Work, get New Zealand Currency. cool All Aspects of New Zealand in one Picture!