Family of two adults and two kids did the sailing across the lake and back. Wind was up that day which made for interesting dust storms once we got to the Cattle Station. Lake Whakatipu is an ever c...
No one can visit Queenstown and not take a cruise on the Earnslaw - its a must. It’s a piece of history - and make sure you are watching the engineers and stokers hard at work on setting off and docki...
My husband and I bought a package which included return trip on the Earnslaw across to Walter Peak for a gourmet barbecue. The boat really is spectacular. You can sit inside on seats or at a table, or...
TSS Earnslaw Steamship
Cruise into the Steamship and enjoy the panaromic view of Queenstown. The feeling is so great while there is a lady play piano and everyone sang together in the ship. There is food and drink can be purchased as well like cup of coffee or slice of cake. Also can walk to the outside area to enjoy the view and take some photos. Highly recommend.
More than a hundred years old steamboat, four shifts a day
The TSS Earnslaw Steamship was born in 1912 and is a fascinating landscape on Lake Wakatipu, taking you through the time and enjoying the gorgeous European style of the early 20th century. During the voyage, you can lean on the deck to take a leisurely look at the beautiful lakes and mountains of Queenstown. You can also climb the Liaowang Tower, steal the master's mastery skills, and sneak into the steam boiler room to check the steam engine. secret.