What's Happening at Shotover jet
5 May 2016
Shotover Jet’s original “Big Red” finds exciting new home at National Motorsport Museum Shotover Jet’s first aluminum boat used for commercial operation on the Shotover River has retired from the spectacular canyons to its new world-class home at the National Motorsport Museum.
2 March 2016
Mrs Cave, 35, has significant operational and management experience in tourism, and will join the Ngāi Tahu Tourism-owned company on May 30.
13 January 2016
Nick Simpson, 41, who has worked for Shotover Jet for over 13 years, clocked up 15,000 trips through the famous Shotover Canyons, and 37-year-old Mike Topp, a driver with the company for the past decade, reached his 10,000th trip.
8 January 2016
Thanks to its amazing location, Queenstown is able to offers a range of fun, fast, adrenaline-fuelled activities, from jet boating along the braided Dart River and through the tight Shotover canyons, to 43m bungy jumps off the historic Kawarau Bridge, and skydiving.