In general the area contains a diverse range of tourism attractions and sites, providing for adventure, heritage, art, nature, sport, business and educational tourism. The bulk of tourism related sites consist of accommodation (34%), with the next largest being heritage & art sites and leisure & entertainment sites making up 26% and 22% respectively. The bulk of sites (50%) are located within the Queenstown area.
Generally the area is well supplied with accommodation which is well distributed and includes a range of quality and affordable levels, from luxury hotel and resort accommodation to self catering, B&B, caravanning and camping accommodation. There are a wide variety of tourism sites (excluding accommodation and amenities) identified of which only 14% to 19% could be defined as full tourism products.