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Your guide to accessible places to eat and drink in Queenstown so you can experience our spectacular food scene.

Queenstown is celebrated for great food, local wineries and a buzzing craft beer scene, and it’s a great place to experience fresh seasonal produce served up by talented star chefs. 

If you’re looking for a great accessible place to eat or dink in Queenstown, the CBD is a great place to start. There are lots of inclusive and accessible bars and restaurants in The Mall and along the waterfront.

Gibbston, the world’s southernmost wine region, is just 25-minutes up the road. Many wineries are accessible and local tour operators can take you to experience our world-famous Central Otago pinot noir for yourself.

Restaurants and bars in Queenstown want everyone to feel welcome, so if you’re keen to dine somewhere that isn’t listed here, just get in touch and explain your access needs. Everyone will do everything they can to make sure your visit to Queenstown is as memorable and delicious as it can be.