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Colonel's Homestead at Walter Peak StationBike racks at Walter Peak Station at Featured Landscapes by Ian Beattie Print

Colonel's Homestead at Walter Peak StationBike racks at Walter Peak Station at

Colonel's Homestead at Walter Peak StationBike racks at Walter Peak Station at the end of the Station 2 Station Cycle Trail, on the southwestern shore of Lake Wakatipu, first built in 1908, rebuilt after a fire in 1977 and now a restaurant. The gardens were begun in the 1870s by the original owners, the Mackenzie family. Near Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand

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Distant view of the iconic TSS Earnslaw plying the waters of Lake Wakatipu Featured Landscapes by Ian Beattie Print

Distant view of the iconic TSS Earnslaw plying the waters of Lake Wakatipu

Distant view of the iconic TSS Earnslaw plying the waters of Lake Wakatipu. It is one of the oldest tourist attractions in Central Otago, and the only remaining commercial passenger-carrying coal-fired steamship in the Southern hHmisphere. Near Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand

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Boat, Cruise, Cruising, Funnel, Historic, Icon, Iconic, Landscape, Mountain, Powered, Scenery, Ship, Southern Alps, Steam, Steamship, Tourist Attraction, Turbine, Twin Screw, Vintage

Kawerau River and Gorge and and the lower of the two small hydro electricity power Featured Landscapes by Ian Beattie Print

Kawerau River and Gorge and and the lower of the two small hydro electricity power

Kawerau River and Gorge and and the lower of the two small hydro electricity power stations fed by Roaring Meg stream. Kawarau Suspension Bridge, the birthplace of bungy jumping, is about 22 km upstream. Near Queenstown, Central Otago, New Zealand

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1930s, Dams, Electricity, Fast, Flowing, Generation, Green, High Angle View, Landscape, Scenery, Swift Flow, Water