Wanaka Park is very scenic, here is a dense forest park. You can travel by car or on foot, crossing the forest, crossing the valley, and walking across the river to see the beautiful waterfalls and huge trees. It is really worth going.
Originally a small town, it was a small town, and as more and more people went to Queenstown for vacation, some tourists began to move to Vanaka, and the unique trees on Lake Vanaka became net red, which made the town bigger and bigger for the first few years since 2013. Several parks have also been built. Of course the best location and the most senior qualifications are in the Wanaka Lakefront Park opposite the Visitor Information Center. It is also the center of town, and from this, the water is clear and sandy, and the waves are patting the shore, if in the sun when it is very pleasant to come.
Can't say enough about the view as it feels unreal and beautiful, everything is like paintings, the Vanaca Park is well worth a visit, a place, a real show of the mountains and the water
Unlike the hustle and bustle of Queenstown, Vanaka is relatively quiet, with a pleasant view and lake. The park offers a variety of recreational facilities, and even in winter, many students in shorts and skirts are playing on the climbing shelves.