A ‘slice of heaven’ in Queenstown

Queenstown is renowned as one of the most attractive destinations in the world, thanks to its breathtaking mountain and lakeside scenery in an ever-changing landscape. Discerning buyers are looking for luxury properties offering the ultimate exclusive hideaway.

And that’s what makes Homestead Bay so special, with its 360-degree lake and mountain views, all-day sun, and a tranquil location with absolute lakefront access to the clear blue waters of Lake Wakatipu.

Homestead Bay is the last lakefront development of its kind, with consented plans for lifestyle bocks, freehold homes and stylish apartments, and a vibrant village centre and marina at its heart.


Where the lake finds the mountain
and you find your new home

Homestead Bay embodies every aspect of New Zealand’s past while providing a unique opportunity to be part of its future.

From intense geological beginnings to native Maori inhabitants and then European settlement, the land has homed and farmed quintessential New Zealand since the country began.

Immense pressure from tectonic plates formed the near-vertical cliffs and glacial movement then enhanced the sharp, rocky terrain and formed Lake Wakatipu at the mountain’s feet.

Archeological records show Maori lived in the Otago area as early as the 1100s, and their legends tell of ancestors with magical powers roaming the ranges they called Kawerau.

When European surveyors arrived in 1860s it is said that the sight of the sun setting behind Kawerau was so breathtaking, the mountains received the name they still carry today – the Remarkables.

Gold and coal mining were popular industries there around the turn of the century before the Jardine family established their farm, Remarkables Station, in 1922.

Four generations later, in 2003, the family sold some of their land to developers who are now giving buyers a chance to build their future on a truly remarkable piece of history.


Homestead Bay - plan

The north-facing development, nestled between The Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu, spreads over natural land terraces in a bucolic setting, once part of the historic Remarkables Station.
Carefully-designed and integrated residential and commercial sites will appeal to the widest range of lifestyle and business needs. All buildings will be architecturally designed to reflect their Alpine surroundings, using plenty of local wood and stone.
Multi-award-winning architects Mason & Wales are bringing a European-style lakeside village look and ‘feel’ to the heart of the development.


Homestead Bay gate

This stunning ‘open-space’ site will feature approximately 155 new freehold homes, architecturally-designed to suit their Alpine surrounds and bringing a neighbourhood ‘feel’ to the bay.


Homestead Bay Peaks Gate

This exclusive part of the Homestead Bay development is the most secluded and tranquil of all, featuring 12 high-value lots in a stunning location where privacy is key. Discerning buyers from around the globe have already discovered their ‘slice of heaven’, snapping up eight lots of up to 2.49 hectares with plans to build their dream homes in this stunning location. Don’t miss out.


Situated in the bustling heart of Homestead Bay Village, up to 400 apartments will bring the convenience of stylish city-style living to this secluded countryside setting. They’re an easy stroll to the retail precinct with its waterside restaurants, bars and cafes and will boast unbelievable lake or mountain views – or both!


Homestead Bay Hotel

The village will be a destination in its own right, with appealing tourism, shopping and recreational activities. A premium hotel is designed to be a considerable drawcard for leisure and conference visitors who can enjoy the feeling of being ‘away from it all’ while only a 20 minute drive from an international airport.


Homestead Bay Marina - sunset

A major drawcard for Homestead Bay residents and visitors will be the marina.
This sunny, sheltered spot will be perfect for launching and docking boats, enabling easy access to the more remote areas of one of New Zealand’s biggest pristine lakes. Future plans are for a ferry service connecting Homestead Bay to the wider Queenstown region.