Arthurs Point, New Zealand

Travel to Arthurs Point

Arthurs Point is a suburb of Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand. It is situated near Queenstown Hill and Bowen Peak and is not far from central Queenstown. Another distinctive aspect for the area is that the Shotover Jet company operates jetboats on the Shotover River which passes under the Edith Cavell bridge.

Arthurs Point was named after Thomas Arthur who, in November 1862, discovered gold in the banks of the nearby Shotover River.



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