The Post Office Precinct is a significant and substantial development within Queenstown’s CBD, offering office and retail space in a vibrant, well-designed development. There are five buildings in the Precinct.
Te Taumata is classified by the NZ Historic Places Trust as a Category One historic building. Previously operating as the local courthouse, the building was extensively refurbished and earthquake-strengthened in 2007. It now houses 1876, a popular bar and restaurant. The refurbished building won an Excellence Award from the Property Council of New Zealand.
This three-level building was completed in late 2006 and houses hospitality and office businesses, including the Pig & Whistle English pub.
Completed by Ngāi Tahu Property and occupied in 2006 by the Ministry of Justice, the Queenstown Courthouse was purpose-built and was the winner of the Registered Master Buildings Federation 2007 National Award in the category of “Industrial/Utility Project”.
Te Nuku is located beside the Queenstown Courts Building and offers a mix of retail and office space including Rata restaurant.
Located on the corner of Camp and Ballarat Streets, this three-level commercial building was completed in 2009 and houses a mix of national and local businesses. Tenants include lawyers, accountants, a bank, post shop, fashion retailer and a café.