QT Contemporary's back!

30 Jun 2020

 After lockdown the team at QT Contemporary was itching to bring some art back into our lives. The first exhibit kicked off on June 1 and the next one starts TONIGHT (July 1).  

 

Come along to the opening event tonight, kicking off at 6pm with drinks. The interior of the gallery has been entirely remodeled, enabling artists to simultaneously present complete solo exhibitions within their own independently curated spaces. The four artists to exhibit in the gallery are not to be missed. Running until July 24. 
 

  • Sarah Bultitude

  • Lia Embil

  • Lara Laverdure

  • Emma-Kate Moore

  

Exciting news about our new pub

30 Jun 2020

Head down Five Mile Place and you’ll see work is also ongoing on our brand new pub, set to become another great social and community hub later this year. A lot of thought has gone into its design and we can’t wait to hang out in the extended beer garden with friends and family this summer. 

  

Building 7 on track

30 Jun 2020

If you’re driving past Five Mile, let alone coming in, you can’t miss the huge crane that’s appeared on site recently. And then all of a sudden there are large precast concrete walls going up as the building starts to take shape. The Naylor Love team has pulled out ALL the stops to get this major undertaking back on track and we can’t wait to see continued progress on the building which will house more retail and our first hotel - Sudima Queenstown opening summer next year. ​

  

Naylor Love lights up Five Mile

30 Jun 2020

If you’ve been to Five Mile at night recently, you’ll have noticed the stunning LUMIFY display Naylor Love produced on the new Sudima Hotel site. Get close up and you’ll see it’s more than just lights – it’s part of the construction company’s 110th year in business celebration. If you haven’t seen it already we highly recommend you check it out.  

  

Work re-starts on Five Mile hotel building

29 Apr 2020

With Level 3 paving the way for construction companies to get back on the tools, the Naylor Love team has re-started work on Five Mile's very exciting hotel development - Sudima Queenstown.

Hotel COO Les Morgan says he's thrilled work is commencing on the project once again, and plans remain in place for a December 2021 opening. 'Although our tourism industry faces immense challenges in the short to mid-term future it's vital key tourism infrastructure projects go ahead and fresh thinking is adopted. We have faith that the market will recover and in our talented team to make this a success,' he says.

Naylor Love's Greg Boland says work has started with 'a handful' of workers on site. Within the next few weeks there'll be between 20 to 30 on site daily, and around 150 Naylor Love workers and trades combined in three or four months’ time.

Once completed, the hotel will feature 120 guest rooms (king, twin and family), a restaurant and bar with alfresco dining, four meeting and conference rooms and ski storage. The 4.5-star hotel, set to open in the 2021-22 summer season, will occupy the top floors of the four-storey signature ‘Armadillo’ building which will complete the entrance to the Five Mile centre. There will be a further 2700sqm of retail on the ground floor.

COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY

17 Mar 2020

Five Mile Business and Retail Centre would like to update you on what we are doing to prioritise the health and safety of everyone working and visiting the Centre in regards to COVID-19.
We have been closely following official advice from the Ministry of Health which recommends regular cleaning as one of the most important preventative measures we can take.
We have taken action immediately by putting in place an updated cleaning and sanitising plan for our common areas.
At present, the Centre’s public toilets are being cleaned hourly. Along with the extensive cleaning that is regularly carried out, the floors are being bleached twice a day, and special attention is being made to wipe down all frequently touched surfaces, such as handles and taps.
We have also added extra cleaning of the travelator handles, lift buttons and stair handrails. Any common area doors that are normally pushed/pulled to open are being kept open during opening hours.
We have installed the Ministry of Health posters regarding COVID-19 and how to prevent its spread throughout the Centre’s common areas too.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out.


Warm regards,
Angela and Regan on behalf of Five Mile landlords

Sudima Hotels thrilled to open in Queenstown

12 Feb 2020

Sudima Queenstown at Five Mile is close to Queenstown Airport, major ski fields and main routes north and south. The hotel will feature 120 guest rooms (king, twin and family), a restaurant and bar with alfresco dining, four meeting and conference rooms and ski storage. The décor will have natural finishes throughout to complement the beauty of the surrounding landscape

Sudima Hotels is an award-winning leader in the New Zealand accommodation and hospitality sector. Last year it won three New Zealand Tourism Awards, taking home the Supreme Tourism Award, along with the Environmental and Employer of Choice awards.

Sudima Queenstown is set to open as a single-use plastic free property, built to a standard that will enable certification to carboNZero status as soon as possible. This will further bolster Sudima Hotels’ reputation as a leader in sustainability, diversity and accessibility.

Sudima Hotels CEO Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala says, “We’re thrilled to be announcing a new property in Queenstown, and proud to be chosen by the Clearmont Group as their hotel partner as they further augment the already successful Five Mile precinct.

“We set out to provide exceptional customer service in a welcoming and unpretentious manner and strive to be industry leaders in social and environmental responsibility. We look forward to progressing our mission and pushing ourselves forward with the opening of two new hotels this year and Queenstown a couple of summers from now.”

SUDIMA HOTELS TO OPEN NEW PROPERTY IN QUEENSTOWN’S FIVE MILE PRECINCT

12 Feb 2020

One of New Zealand’s most sought-after tourism and leisure hotspots is getting a brand-new hotel to meet increasing demand for high quality accommodation in Queenstown.

The 4.5-star hotel at Queenstown’s popular Five Mile precinct, set to open in the 2021-22 summer season, will operate as Sudima Queenstown and add to Sudima Hotels’ current portfolio of four hotels (Auckland Airport, Rotorua, Christchurch City and Christchurch Airport) and two more due to open in 2020-21, Auckland City and Kaikōura.

The property is owned by Clearmont Group, developer of the mixed-use Five Mile retail and business centre. Director Craig Greenwood says that after over four years in the planning they’re “delighted” construction has started on the signature four-storey ‘Armadillo’ building which completes the entrance to the Five Mile centre.

“In choosing a hotel operator we felt we needed a brand which delivered a quality experience at an affordable price, and we believe Sudima Hotels fulfils these brand values,” he says. “The hotel will also have a conference centre, meeting a need identified by our business customers, and there will be a further 2700m2 of retail on the ground floor.”

The building was designed by Queenstown's JCY Architects director Richard Chambers and his team, inspired by the rugged geological strata of the area and developed in close collaboration with Clearmont Group and Sudima Hotels.

“The building will complete the retail loop of the centre with a lobby on the ground floor accessing the hotel above. The palette of materials developed from previous buildings on the site includes weathering steel, warm timber-like tones on the upper levels and board-marked concrete panels with timber soffits.”

Construction by Naylor Love began earlier this month, with the company’s regional manager Greg Boland saying they were proud to have worked with Five Mile from the start of the development.

“The design team has put a lot of time into making sure that the new hotel ties in with the look and feel of the rest of the development, and we’re looking forward to delivering a stunning building that fulfils their vision,” he says.

New Zealand Golf Open

02 Feb 2020

Five Mile is sponsoring the coveted NZ Golf Open which tees-off on February 27 till March 1. We’re thrilled once again to support this international event which attracts thousands of visitors to Queenstown and gives locals the chance to enjoy a world-class sporting event on their doorstep. For the first time this year the tournament, played at both Millbrook Resort and The Hills, will be FREE entry. We hope to see you there! 
We have lots of exciting news in the pipeline – stay tuned & we’ll keep you in the loop!

Happy New Year!

21 Jan 2020

2020 has arrived and Five Mile already has lots in store for the year.
Before we get into that, we want to send a huge thank you out to all our exceptional businesses that donated so many incredible gifts for our ‘12 Days of Giving’ campaign. While there were 12 very happy daily winners throughout the campaign, most importantly, $2600 worth of gifts were donated to Happiness House. These were distributed to families in Queenstown who needed a little bit of extra help at Christmas time.
Happiness House manager Robyn Francis was blown away by the support. “What an incredible gesture from the Five Mile Business & Retail Centre. Happiness House would like to thank all the tenants for getting involved in this project. With Five Mile’s help we made sure families didn’t miss out and had a wonderful surprise on Christmas Day!”
 

Smiles for Miles Weekend

02 Dec 2019

Five Mile is hosting a FREE Christmas weekend, perfect for the whole family. Face painting by The Paint People, street performers from FLAME Entertainment, gift wrapping, an arts & crafts station for the kiddies AND a sausage sizzle are all part and parcel of what’s on offer.  

 

Friday 13th - 3pm-6pm

Saturday 14th -  12pm-4.30pm

Sunday 15th -  10am-3pm

Location: Queenstown Contemporary Art Gallery – next to Joe’s Garage.

 

On Saturday an extra special kids Christmas Piano Concert will also be hosted at the gallery by Kinga Krupa Music and her talented students for local schools, starting at 3pm.

12 Days of Giveaways!

24 Nov 2019

Much to Five Mile’s delight, 12 Days of Giveaways is making a comeback this year. Businesses and retailers around the Centre have once again, generously dug deep to donate prizes for a daily social media winner (follow us on Facebook here) and, more importantly, gifts for local charity Happiness House
We gifted nearly $3000 worth of Christmas joy to Happiness House last year, and an equal amount of amazing daily giveaways. We’re hoping to do even better this time round! Keep an eye out on our Facebook page from 1–12 December to be into win!
The elves have been gossiping and apparently there is going to be an extra special giveaway on day 12...

BNZ to join the Five Mile Family

24 Nov 2019

Santa Claus is coming to town and so is BNZ. The bank is moving into the top floor of the new Craig’s Investment Building and will also take over a retail space on the ground floor. We’re excited to have another bank on site – coming soon! 

Five Mile’s helping hands

10 Sep 2019

We’ve got a few cool things happening this month involving charities and local businesses in Five Mile. 
Today we’re welcoming 12 fundraising heroes who raised $10,000 each for a charity called Mother’s Helpers. They are here as part of their pre-filming commitment for Charity TV Global’s ‘Adventure All Stars’ television series which will air on TVNZ 2.  
Mother’s helpers focuses on education about, treatment of and recovery from antenatal and postnatal depression (ANDA/PNDA). HairOn and NailsOn are treating this wonderful group of women to a two hour pamper session – they’re visiting Queenstown with the internationally-renowned film crew as a thank you for their fundraising efforts and will be filmed enjoying a range of experiences while they’re here. Big shout out to the team at HairOn and NailsOn for helping to make them feel so special. The same 12 women will feature in a documentary exploring the risks and dangers associated with ANDA/PNDA which will screen later in the year.

Hope you have a lovely stay in Queenstown, ladies. 

Sharing the love

10 Sep 2019

Later this month another awesome charity event will pop up in Five Mile – this time with our friends at EB Games
Between September 23 – 30 EB Games Five Mile will be raising as much money as possible for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Throughout the week staff in EB Games will be dressed in Cosplay and selling $10 raffles for a ‘Queenstown Experience’ prize pack – which includes a helicopter flight among other epic prizes. During the week raffles and a donation basket will also be available outside Countdown. On the 28th there will be a fun event outside the store which is set to include food, cosplay and entertainment for the whole family. Last year EB Games Five Mile raised nearly $3500 for Make-A-Wish and this year they’re hoping to crack $5000.
Let’s help them get there! 

Macomos Art Gallery - Winter Art Group Exhibition

16 Jul 2019

Five Mile's impressive art gallery has a thought provoking new Winter Art Group Exhibition running until the end of July. 
Fourteen local artists have come together to exhibit painting, photography, furniture and much more including the likes of Justin Hurt, Tony O'Keefe, Marc Blake, Fiona Garlick. 

Head over to the gallery and check it out!

Welcome to the family... Queenstown Beds!

14 Jul 2019

Our newest tenant specialises in luxury and affordable beds, bedheads and artwork, adding another piece to our evolving retail and business centre. 
Queenstown Beds doors are open now and its grand opening kicks off this weekend (19 - 20 July) with an incredible giveaway. Head down to Five Mile Place (opposite Dominos) to enter instore, or look them up on Facebook or Instagram @queenstownbeds for more details on how to WIN A BED!

Five Mile Welcomes New Businesses

03 Jul 2019

Five Mile’s family is growing.

From a new bar, to shared working spaces, and a cafe/restaurant – Five Mile Business and Retail Centre welcomes a range of awesome businesses to the precinct this year.

Their new Craigs Investment Building at the far end of Five Mile Place will be home to a diverse crew of familiar and new-to-town businesses. Fresh faces officially opening their doors in early August include Mountain Club co-founders Jason Wilby and Chris Davern.

Mountain Club is a collaborative office space perched on the third floor of the new building. Think sun deck, boutique office spaces, high-tech design and 280-degree views of surrounding mountains. The business duo expects to build a community of around 100 businesses, entrepreneurs and creatives, channelling ‘boutique hotel’ vibes with its furnishing style rather than a traditional office.

“It feels like Queenstown is on the cusp of a major transition from a solely tourism-based economy to one that can offer highly skilled roles in design, technology and services,” Jason says. “Queenstown attracts some brilliant talent and we’re going to provide them with a truly beautiful space to work from.”

LUMA Light Festival funds emerging artists

27 May 2019

An award-winning light festival in Queenstown which attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year, has gone gnome-mad.

Queenstown’s LUMA Southern Light Project, from May 31 to June 3, will be ‘gnome sweet gnome’ to around 30 of the legendary little garden creatures.

But in true LUMA style there’s a twist to this tale – they’ve been lovingly transformed into mini works of art by some of New Zealand’s top artists.

In the build up to and throughout LUMA, the fibreglass-concrete gnomes are being auctioned off through TradeMe as part of an ‘Adopt-a-Gnome’ programme, raising funds for an emerging young artist to work on an installation for next year’s event.

Art lovers and businesses from around New Zealand are being encouraged to liberate a gnome through the auction. Before LUMA lights up Queenstown, some of the gnomes are on display at the new Macomos art gallery at Five Mile Centre.

Five Mile newsletter - May 2019

22 May 2019

Read our latest Five Mile newsletter here.

Bringing the arts to Five Mile

20 May 2019

Five Mile’s the home to something very new and different for the area – an outstanding art gallery.

Macomos has curated an exhibition of original paintings, photography, drawings and design from three amazing artists - Marc Blake, Simon Williams and Kosuke Masuda. It also features a limited number of unique, handmade lamps by Justin Hurt, bespoke furniture designer and craftsman. Check it out during a shopping trip, on your lunch break or just because.

Open daily 12 noon to 4pm, entry is free.

Biz After Five at Five Mile

14 May 2019

Around 140 business people attended the first Queenstown Chamber of Commerce Biz After Five in our new building at the start of the year. It gave Five Mile developer Craig Greenwood the chance to showcase our latest building, talk about the growth of Five Mile and show off some outstanding views! As proud supporters of the NZ Golf Open, we were delighted to give tournament director Michael Glading the chance to talk through the event in front of a keenly interested business crowd. The snacks and nibbles from Boliwood, Hikari Sushi and Café Society went down a treat!

Stirling Sports

07 May 2019

The new store (alongside Bed, Bath and Beyond) opened with a hiss and a roar just a few weeks ago with a great social media competition giving the winner a new pair of Nikes. Yikes! If you didn’t win, check out its range of sportswear and activewear for men and women from big brands such as Adidas, Champion, Fila, Reebok and more. And Nike, of course 😊

New tenants in Craigs Investment building

30 Apr 2019

We were delighted to hand over the keys to a number of new tenants this year following the completion of our latest $30million, five-storey Craigs Investment building. Key tenants include law firm Mitchell Mackersy, Craigs Investment Partners, construction services company Project 360, Focus IT, Landmark Homes and Naylor Love (which built the building!) and Todd & Walker Law. Joe’s Garage fitout is underway and it’s scheduled to open later this year.

Five Mile Centre your hub for health and wellness

02 Apr 2019

Queenstown’s Five Mile Centre is something of a one-stop-shop for health and wellness in the district.

People are coming to understand that keeping healthy and feeling good isn’t just about the number of reps they complete at the gym, or what you do or don’t eat for breakfast. A wide-ranging and more holistic approach to health and wellness is key to living long, full and healthy lives, and Five Mile’s got a surprising amount of needs covered.

Starting early

Yes that’s right – get into this while you (or they) are young! Mamas Five Mile Childcare has the perfect space in which to encourage littlies to play, learn, discover and grow. Developing lifelong skills of resilience, problem solving and teaching the ability to adapt helps children learn and develop into academically and emotionally well-balanced individuals.

‘Tis the season for giving at Five Mile

13 Dec 2018

Businesses and retail stores located at Five Mile Centre have come together to fully embrace the spirit of giving. They dug deep to put together the ultimate Christmas bundle for Queenstown’s community support centre Happiness House, worth over $2,800.

More than 55 families and 15 individuals will receive a present from Happiness House this year, perfectly tailored to those on the receiving end.

Businesses donating gifts hope their present-giving will bring a little holiday spirit to those needing a helping hand this Christmas. Collecting the charity bundle on Tuesday (December 11) was overjoyed Happiness House co-ordinator Niki Mason.

“We know the families and individuals in the region that need our support this Christmas and I can already picture where some of these gifts will go,” she said. “We’re busy boxing up personalised gifts that will bring a smile to their faces. We can’t wait to deliver the goodies and we thank Five Mile tenants so much for helping out.”

Centre manager Regan Allington said it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas. “It was amazing to hand over the gifts to Happiness House today,” he said. “We’re stoked to work with such a worthy cause. The cost of living in Queenstown can take its toll and we hope this makes a huge difference this Christmas.”

Happiness House gifts were donated alongside a bigger 12 Days of Giving social media campaign, which saw lucky winners take home daily prizes over the first 12 days of December.

Five Mile Business and Retail Centre – new building opens soon

16 Sep 2018

Queenstown’s most go-ahead retail and business centre continues to go from strength to strength – with its latest building scheduled to open in early December and plans for a new hotel in the pipeline. A new $30 million, five-storey building will open at Five Mile Business and retail centre in December, adding another 5200sqm of gross floor area to the fully-tenanted centre.

The building was designed by Richard Chambers of Queenstown’s JCY Architects and will house a wide range of business and hospitality outlets. Richard says the design was inspired by the way a glacier carves its way through the side of a mountain, like natural rocks exposed by a glacier over time. 'Even though the building is one of the largest in the Frankton Flats, we’ve broken the form into bite-sized chunks so it fits with its natural surrounds and has different elevations and angles,' he says.

Key tenants include law firm Michell Mackersy, Craigs Investment Partners, construction services company Project 360, Focus IT, Landmark Homes and building company Naylor Love.

Naylor Love has not only built the current building but has been the main contractor for every building in the centre to date.

Hospitality success story Joe’s Garage will be a major drawcard for the centre when it opens on the ground floor. Joe’s started in an old post office garage 15 years ago in central Queenstown and now operates in 12 locations around New Zealand, with the new Five Mile offering making it lucky 13. The new Joe’s will feature an outdoor fireplace and seating, where diners can take in expansive views of The Remarkables mountain range with their coffee and world-famous-in-New-Zealand ‘sweetie’. Joe’s will be joined by a number of other food retailers with details to be announced shortly.

Five Mile Centre leads the way with smokefree initiative

20 Sep 2018

Queenstown’s popular Five Mile retail and business centre is leading the way in offering a smokefree environment for shoppers and workers. As of Friday 21 September the centre is officially smokefree, a fact which was celebrated by Queenstown Lakes District Mayor Jim Boult as he officially launched the initiative.

The centre has been working towards a smokefree status for some months, canvassing business owners on the move and working with the Southern DHB’s Public Health South on how it should be initiated. Five Mile decided to become a smokefree centre to support the New Zealand Government’s goal of being smokefree by 2025.

The move has been welcomed by Mayor Boult who has been considering the idea of a blanket ban on smoking in the downtown areas of Queenstown, Wanaka and Arrowtown. ‘After seeing the 10,000 cigarette butts which Liz Smith and her family picked up from the lakefront in Queenstown Bay and brought in to show council, I’m aware that many of them end up polluting our waterways and lakes,’ he says.’ I’m delighted to see Five Mile taking a stance on this increasingly anti-social habit.’

Healthy and warming winter food

24 Jul 2018

Winter means hearty dishes and energy-giving drinks, especially if you’re hitting the slopes. Whether it’s a quick coffee on the way to the mountain, a lunch gathering for friends or pizza to feed the whole family at the end of the day, Five Mile’s got a growing reputation for a ready supply of clever food choices.

New to the Five Mile ‘family’ is Spice King, Central Otago’s first Indian grocery store with an enticing ‘waft’ of spices and herbs as you walk through the door. “We’re here to supply locals and visitors with everything they need to make the perfect Indian curry and accompaniments,” says owner Neeta Shetty.

Pizza chain Domino’s has been a huge hit since opening last year, serving pizza until late and delivering to hotels, motels and locals, while Hikari is THE place for warming ramen and healthy sushi. Check out Tank for fresh juices daily and raw plant or protein smoothies for that energy-giving winter boost.

Catering to Queenstown’s Growing Community

03 Jul 2018

Five Mile retail and commercial centre ticks all the boxes this winter for visitors spending a day off the slopes and locals checking out the deals.

The centre’s come into its own as a shopping destination with an array of family friendly shops, from boutique streetwear to ‘big box’ retail.

It’s easy to get there – a bus arrives at Five Mile every 30 minutes as part of Queenstown’s extensive $2 bus network, or for visitors with a rental it’s an easy (and scenic!) 15-minute drive to the centre which has plenty of free parking, including a warm and well-lit underground park.  

Five Mile Pharmacy managers Ken and Sue Anne and their staff have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to winter chills and ailments. “The range of questions we get certainly keeps us on our toes, especially with overseas visitors who are unused to winter conditions, but we’re here to help,” says Ken.  

Skiers and snowboarders of all ages head to Bordertown for arguably Queenstown’s best supply of skate, snow and streetwear. With 100 brands on the shelves it’s the place to find everything from Bataleon snowboards to Burton gear or the latest 3CS Outerwear. The guys and gals in the shop really know their stuff because they live for the snow, and it’s worth checking out their in-store skate bowl (yes really!).

For those keen on building or maintaining winter fitness levels, Flex Fitness Queenstown has a full range of strength, fitness, functional and group training sessions, with personal training and physiotherapy services available for those needing rehab or a little extra motivation.

Celebrating a Milestone

12 Apr 2018

It’s been two years since the first businesses opened their doors at Queenstown’s newest retail and commercial centre, Five Mile. In that short time, the bustling centre has become a one-stop-shop mecca for locals and visitors, with plenty of parking and a bus stop at the entrance making it a hassle-free experience.

The centre’s currently fully-tenanted with 40 stores and services, and a new four-storey building will add even more by the end of this year. Tenants in this dynamic business space are taking working together to a whole new level by setting up a pro-active Five Mile business networking group. ANZ branch manager Hayley Taylor came up with the idea after starting work at the branch mid last year.

“We already had a good business relationship with some of the professionals at the centre including accountants and lawyers,” she said. “I wanted to get to know some of the other businesses in the centre so we held our first breakfast networking meeting in January. We’re scheduling them every two months at different times of the day and in different business locations to attract the widest range of attendees.

“Our first speaker was from the centre’s social media team at Southern PR who gave us some top tips about how to build engagement, targeting locals and growing brand awareness. “The feedback I’ve had has been hugely positive and the whole event was the perfect way to be social, put some faces to names, share information and support each other.”

Five Mile Golf Partnership

21 Feb 2018

Five Mile retail and business centre is proud to be an official tournament partner for the 99th ISPS Handa New Zealand Open in Queenstown.
The centre’s keen to support local events and charities so they’re delighted to be involved with such a world-class event taking place right on our doorstep.
Check out the golf action and catch up with golf superstars and international sporting celebrities at Millbrook Resort and The Hills from 1-4 March 2018.
For a chance to WIN four-day season passes, come along this Saturday (February 24) between 11am to 2pm for a chip, a put and an entry into the draw. Event details on our Facebook page @FiveMileQueenstown. See you on the greens! 

Winner of 'The 12 Days of Christmas' Competition

12 Dec 2017

Lucky Queenstown local Hannah Fox has won hundreds of dollars’ worth of prizes in Five Mile retail centre’s first ever Christmas competition.

The majority of the 40 businesses and stores located at the retail centre each donated two bundles of gifts to the competition, which ran over the first 12 days of December. The prize draw consisted of two bundles; one for a lucky shopper and the second for local charity Happiness House to distribute to deserving families in time for Christmas.

Five Mile retail centre 'goes from strength to strength'

25 Jul 2017

Queenstown’s newest and most exciting retail and business centre is going from strength to strength with the addition of new retailers and increased levels of business activity.

The recent New Zealand school holidays saw a marked increase in traffic to Five Mile, an expanding retail centre sitting at the gateway to Queenstown on the Frankton Flats.

Pizza chain Dominos -- renowned for its high-quality pizzas, sides and chicken at an affordable price – opened in Five Mile Place last week with its second store in the Queenstown district.

Family clothing chain Postie Plus also opened at Five Mile over the holidays, offering its full range of women’s, men’s, children and beauty ranges, as well as school clothing and accessories.

New bus routes to include Five Mile retail centre

29 Jun 2017

A revamped bus system will be launched in the Wakatipu later this year after funding was confirmed this week.

 

The Queenstown Lakes District and Otago Regional councils have approved funding in their annual plans in the past week after consulting residents in March and April.

Remarkable Residences display suite at Five Mile

21 Jun 2017

A $200m luxury residential development in Queenstown goes onto the market today with the launch of a full display suite at Five Mile Centre.

The development is being driven by Singapore-based developers GYP Properties Pte Ltd and marketed by the Bayleys Realty Group.

Remarkables Residences, a range of three to five-bedroom multi-storey townhouses, will be constructed in Queenstown’s Frankton Flats area.

Five Mile retail centre welcomes The Warehouse

29 Mar 2017

Queenstown’s Five Mile retail centre today welcomed the opening of the country’s largest retail giant The Warehouse.

The spacious new store officially opened its doors at 8.30am this morning, welcomed by Five Mile centre management and praised by civic leaders.

Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult congratulated The Warehouse on building a bigger store than its previous premises and employing more people, highlighting the positive nature of development in the district.  

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Happy holidays – Five Mile Centre manager Regan Allington (L) presenting Happiness House co-ordinator Niki Mason (R) with gifts donated by the centre

Five Mile Manager Angela Davis, Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult, Smokefree Bear, Five Mile Manager Regan Allington, Public Health South Advisor Emily Nelson.

This 5200sqm building at Five Mile Business and Retail Centre opens in December and will house a range of businesses.

Zach Murray (pictured) was the winner of the 2019 New Zealand Golf Open.

Five Mile Centre Manager Regan Allington (left) and Happiness House Manager Robyn Francis with a selection of the donated goodies.

FIVE MILE CENTRE

Grant Road, Frankton,

Queenstown, New Zealand

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