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Queenstown is renowned for its four distinct seasons, spectacular scenery and world-class activities and attractions.
The region is surrounded by majestic mountains and is situated on the edge of Lake Wakatipu, which is one of many reasons why it is a great place to live and work in.
CrestClean Queenstown is not just a team – we are a family, which is why if you are new to the region we will help you settle in. We will help you find a house to rent and/or buy, ensure you find your children suitable schools and we will help get your CrestClean franchise started.
There is plenty of work available in the CrestClean Queenstown region. This region is going from strength to strength which has been shown this year with the increase in growth and revenue. The increase also means there are plenty of future growth opportunities.
Let the natural beauty and the unique energy of this region help you to call Queenstown home.
Learn more about Queenstown at their official page:
CrestClean has successfully relocated more than 50 families and couples to Cromwell, Alexandra, Queenstown, Wanaka, Invercargil, Nelson, Blenheim, Hawkes Bay, Whangarei, Wairarapa, Kapiti Coast, Palmerston North, North Harbour, Hamilton, and Taupo… where each family has a busy CrestClean business.
Depending on your circumstances we may be able to assist with one of these offers also:
Queenstown is located in Central Otago and has a busy national and international airport enabling convenient travel to major New Zealand centres.
Queenstown has a number of full primary schools and secondary schools that emphasise academic excellence together with cultural activities and sporting achievements.
For more information visit: www.school.nz/area/queenstown-lakes-district
Queenstown is blessed with many world-class tertiary providers that allow you to gain National and International Diploma, Degree and Post Graduate Qualifications. Tertiary providers include the Southern Institute of Technology, Otago Polytechnic and Queenstown Resort College. There are also three language schools in Queenstown – ABC College of English, Language Schools NZ and Southern Lakes English College.
Queenstown’s educational infrastructure incorporates the natural landscapes and industry into the learning delivery to provide an unrivaled education experience. Your children have a fantastic opportunity to study in paradise.
For more information visit: http://www.studyqueenstown.com/institutions/
The average price to buy a house in Queenstown is $985,000, in comparison to the Auckland region where the average value is around $950,000.
The average price to rent a three-bedroom house in Queenstown ranges from $700 to $750 per week, in comparison to the Auckland region where rent prices range from $500 to upwards of $1,000 per week.
The Queenstown region is world-famous for adventure and it is the birthplace of many iconic activities including commercial bungy jumping and jetboating. Other activities include white water rafting, ziplining, 4×4 off-roading, snowsports, paragliding and skydiving.
The region is also home to a number of hiking and biking trails, guided tours, family activities, boat cruises, scenic flights and much more.
For more information visit: www.queenstownnz.co.nz/information/family-fun/
Queenstown’s calendar is packed with events and festivals that are set amongst a spectacular lake and alpine backdrop, for you to enjoy, all year round.
From outdoor concerts that feature local and international acts to competitive sporting events, family events and markets – there is something for everyone in Queenstown.
One of the biggest events is the Queenstown Winter Festival in June. The festival celebrates the arrival of Winter and you’ll find world-class film festivals, ski and snowboard events as well as entertainment on and off the mountain throughout the season.
For more information visit: www.queenstownnz.co.nz/information/Events/
With waiting lists to buy a franchise in larger regions like Auckland and Wellington, many people have accepted our offer of relocation assistance to buy in one of our smaller regions.
Click on a region to learn more…