Cromwell is the only way to get in and out of Queenstown. It is also known as Fruit Town. As the name suggests, this is a small town rich in fruits. At the intersection of town, there is a sculpture of a large fruit combination which is very eye-catching!
Cromwell Fruit Town, a small town that developed rapidly due to the gold rush in 1862, is famous for its fruit and ice cream. Not far from the queen, kiwis must be eaten. As soon as you enter the town, you will see the oversized fruit sculptures on the roadside. The village is small and the population is small. Candied fruits and chocolate are too sweet. Chocolate is wrapped in ginger, and Westerners like to wrap ginger in sugar. Bought a lot of dried fruits, too sweet and too sweet!
How can you miss the famous fruit town in New Zealand? After tasting the fruits at Jones Family Fruit Stall, we came to the fruit town. The small town under the blue sky and white clouds looked very quiet. The giant fruit sculpture standing in the center of the town vividly indicated its identity to the guests from afar. The town is a combination of trendy and history. There are fashionable buildings in the center of the town, and the buildings on the banks of the Kawarau River are kept a hundred years ago, which is very worth seeing.
From Lake Tekapo to the direction of Queenstown, I saw several large fruit sculptures by the road, and I came to the famous town of Cromwell. It is also the only way from the south to Wanaka and the west coast. It is suitable for growing fruits nearby and is also convenient for distribution here. It is a town, but there are not many buildings. At best, we are a village, but the surrounding scenery is beautiful, with mountains and lakes. There is a fruit supermarket not far in the direction of Queenstown. There is a dazzling variety of fruits on the shelves, which is a paradise for foodies.
Cromwell is also known as the fruit town. It is rich in various fruits, such as kiwis, apples, grapes and cherries. If it is the fruit harvest season, you can also experience the fun of picking yourself. We went in autumn, so just There are only kiwis and a small portion of grapes. You can buy some locally-produced dried fruits here. They are fresh and delicious and the price is cheaper than in China. The main thing is that there are no additives and colorings. It is the best snack for children. In addition, there are various honey products and fruit biscuits, etc. You can buy them according to your own preferences. I especially recommend everyone to buy New Zealand rose apples and super-large golden kiwis. They are really delicious. The price is much cheaper than domestic ones. They are sold at a price per kilogram. You can also buy one or two.