Community Emergency Response Plan . This link takes you to the emergency response plan for the Kelvin Peninsula and Jack’s Point. Covering earthquakes, storms, wildfires and landslides the plan describes what you need to do now to be prepared for any emergency.
CRUX. Crux is the issues and action focussed online local news site for Queenstown, Wanaka and Central Otago
Queenstown Ferries. Take the Lake. Find out about pricing and frequency of the ferry service between Queenstown and Frankton.
Harbour Master. The harbour master is Marty Black and he can be contacted by phone on 03 442 3445 or 0274 345 289 or by email at: email@example.com
Weather. For a local forecasters view of our favourite topic, check out David Crow’s blogspot
Library. The closest library is at 26 Hawthorne Drive, Remarkables Park.
Census. This link takes you to the 2018 Census data for the Kelvin Peninsula
Catalyst Trust. Catalyst’s goal is to provide the spark needed to bring great ideas, compelling speakers, innovative and informed thinking and creativity to the Wakatipu basin.
Lake Level. If you need to know the lake level then access this link to view Lake Wakatipu’s height above mean sea level.
U3A Wakatipu. U3A Wakatipu offers lectures and study groups on a broad range of topics for the over 55’s
Queenstown bus service. Bus 3 travels the route between Frankton and Kelvin Peninsula. The link takes you to the timetable
Medical emergencies. The closest facility for medical emergencies is Lakes District Hospital at 20 Douglas St, Frankton
Department of Conservation. A comprehensive website covering the Wakatipu area
QLDC. Our local council website. A good resource.