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Our most recommended New Zealand Team-Building Activities

  • Queenstown: Indoor Putt 'n' Glow Mini Golf

    1. Queenstown: Indoor Putt 'n' Glow Mini Golf

    Compete against friends or putt solo at this immersive and stimulating indoor mini golf in Queenstown!

    Have a tonne of fun on this multi-colored glow-in-the-dark course, boasting iconic Queenstown themes ranging from a tribute to the giant of Wakatipu Lake, Queenstown's alpine ski fields, and a big juicy burger.

    Get your glow on as you dress up in florescent attire, tackle obstacles and put your golfing skills to the test to become mini golf champion. Perfect for all ages and team-building events.

  • Rangitaiki Rafting Grade 2

    2. Rangitaiki Rafting Grade 2

    The trip starts at the base of the spectacular Aniwhenua Falls, a beautiful waterfall framed by sheer rock walls. The more adventurous can start their trip by jumping into the river from a series of jump-off points at various heights. For the less adventurous, you can make your way down the rocks to the waters edge by foot. This is just the start of the amazing New Zealand scenery on offer, with several other waterfalls & spectacular forests on display along the 1.5 hour trip down the river. There is even an opportunity to stop and have a shower under a beautiful veil waterfall. The rapids are gentle, rolling rapids with very few rocks to avoid, making this a great trip for families or those looking to relax and enjoy the scenery.  Have a turn at trying to guide the raft or just relax and enjoy the view.

  • Takapuna: Omni VR - Multiplayer Virtual Reality

    3. Takapuna: Omni VR - Multiplayer Virtual Reality

    Discover Omni VR, a state-of-the-art multiplayer virtual gaming adventure, and be completely immersed in different worlds. Equipped with special shoes, physically run in Omni VR, the only virtual reality experience where this is possible. Run through the virtual dimensions and explore, and get lost while visiting another world. Experience a single- or multiplayer gaming adventure like no other. Decide between playing as a team or compete against friends. Try surviving in the middle of a massive zombie apocalypse, a tactical shooting mission against evil robots, or walking through a creepy haunted house… Choose from endless options that will make the heart of any gaming enthusiast beat faster.

  • Queenstown: Indoor Paintless Paintball Game

    4. Queenstown: Indoor Paintless Paintball Game

    Immerse yourself within one of the several game scenarios and experience the thrill and excitement of strategic tactical combat. Take on your opponents in a fun game of paintless paintball and get your adrenaline pumping. Play indoors ensuring you can enjoy the activity in all weathers. Two teams face each other on our 360 battleground firing at their opponents at 200km/h, all with your very own referees and unlimited ammo. You are provided with a safe playing environment by filling our field with inflatable barriers, having all games closely refereed and providing head and body armour.

  • Queenstown: 30 Minute Laser Tag Game at Thrillzone

    5. Queenstown: 30 Minute Laser Tag Game at Thrillzone

    Enjoy a thrilling game of Laser Tag on a 360° Battleground that has been professionally and strategically designed to give you the most intense experience possible during your game at Thrillzone, located in the center of Queenstown  Experience design features from traditional speedball arenas in order to simulate the superior adrenaline rush of close-quarters combat. Forget wasting your time by tracking down and stalking your targets, wired headbands, and vests, plastic guns, and sci-fi sounds-  the arena throws you right in the action. Take advantage of the indoor arena that is not affected by the weather, so you can play anytime. There are several game modes you can try out and the 360° Battleground is multi-functional.

Planning Your Visit

  • How do walking tours work?

    When you sign up for a free tour of the city, local guides will lead you to the top attractions and give you great information about them. Though the service is essentially free of charge, guides live off the tips you give them. Therefore, make sure you have local cash on hand and tip them accordingly for their work at the end of the tour.

  • How long is a walking tour?

    Most free walking tours last about two and a half hours and usually include a break along the way. However, if this seems a bit too much, you can certainly find city tours that focus on specific points of interest, neighborhoods and history. Alternatively, you could follow your own two feet to the sites that interest you.

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What people are saying about Vienna

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 2,900 reviews

Very interesting and explained very clearly. The walk through the crypts and looking at the corpses and the thousands of bones was extraordinary and I did not expect it, therefore 5 stars. Was great.

I would recommend this to anyone really. The history is very interesting and the building is impressive. Our guide explained many different things about all aspects of the Spanish Riding School.

This tour was so interesting and informative, Dieter was a wealth of knowledge and sensitive to this topic and the group's background. I would highly recommend it Thank you

Interesting tour, very entertaining. With us it lasted about 2 hours, you should plan a little more time than the specified 90 minutes.

Good tour wish I had known about the morning training tour.