Summer is just around the corner and Kawarau Jet Queenstown, the pioneers of commercial Jet boating celebrate 50 years of operation this summer.
Celebrations roll out by gifting free entry into Queenstown's Underwater Observatory for locals and visitors to Queenstown from Monday 28th September
until the New Year.
The Underwater Observatory on the Main Town Pier is an all weather attraction that is operated in conjunction with Kawarau Jet.
Kawarau Jet directors, Shaun Kelly and Andrew Brinsley agreed that offering free entry into the Observatory is a way of giving back to the community and a great way to kick off 50th birthday celebrations.
"We have timed this to coincide with the start of the school holidays however the observatory is a fascinating experience for all and really a must do while in Queenstown. We are excited to extend this invitation to our loyal residents and visitors to Queenstown".
The Underwater Observatory was built in 1983 for locals and tourists to descend beneath the lakes surface to view the life that thrives close to the lakeshore. A small charge is usually taken at the entrance but until the New Year, entrance will be free for all.
Kawarau Jet will be the first operator in Queenstown to offer a free attraction for such an extended period.