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Jack's Point Clubhouse 

The Clubhouse is located on the edge of Lake Tewa with The Remarkables mountain range in the background.

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Jack's Point Clubhouse 

The Clubhouse is located on the edge of Lake Tewa with The Remarkables mountain range in the background.

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Jack's Point Clubhouse 

The Clubhouse is located on the edge of Lake Tewa with The Remarkables mountain range in the background.

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The Clubhouse Restaurant is located on the edge of Lake Tewa.

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Jack's Point Clubhouse 

The Clubhouse and 18th is located on the edge of Lake Tewa.

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Jack's Point Clubhouse 

The Clubhouse is located on the edge of Lake Tewa, adjoining Jack's Point Golf Course and the Village development.

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Jack's Point Clubhouse 

The Clubhouse is located on the edge of Lake Tewa, adjoining Jack's Point Golf Course and the Village development.

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Jack's Point view from the 5th hole across Lake Wakatipu to Queenstown. 

Weaving throughout the Jack's Point Preserve is the 6506 metre (7150 yard), par 72 Jack's Point Golf Course. The course design is one in a series of Darby Partners golf masterpieces, which includes the nearby Hills Golf Club, co-host to the BMW ISPS Hand New Zealand Open.

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Jack's Point view from The Preserve and golf course across Lake Wakatipu to Queenstown. 

Weaving throughout the Jack's Point Preserve is the 6506 metre (7150 yard), par 72 Jack's Point Golf Course. The course design is one in a series of Darby Partners golf masterpieces, which includes the nearby Hills Golf Club, co-host to the New Zealand Open.

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Jack's Point view from The Preserve and golf course, south across Lake Wakatipu to Cecil Peak (1,978 metres).

Weaving throughout the Jack's Point Preserve is the 6506 metre (7150 yard), par 72 Jack's Point Golf Course. The course design is one in a series of Darby Partners golf masterpieces, which includes the nearby Hills Golf Club, co-host to the New Zealand Open.

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The Jack's Point golf course is woven throughout a working farm with rock walls and traditional Scottish ha-ha dividing paddocks and fairways.

Weaving throughout the Jack's Point Preserve is the 6506 metre (7150 yard), par 72 Jack's Point Golf Course. The course design is one in a series of Darby Partners golf masterpieces, which includes the nearby Hills Golf Club, co-host to the New Zealand Open.

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Jack's Point contains over 35km of hiking, mountain biking and horse riding trails. Mountain bikers of any level and fitness can enjoy the variety of terrain across the network of trails — from easy plateau to the challenge of serious downhill, with the option of biking all the way to Queenstown (26 kms, around 2 hours).

Trails traverse rolling tussocklands, rugged and seemingly remote bluffs and clifftop, fragile wetlands - where the New Zealand native pukeko and falcon reside, and thread alongside the magnificent shore of Lake Wakatipu. Picnic spots are dotted throughout.

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Jack's Point was designed in harmony with the natural environment, weaving through native tussock grasslands, dramatic rock outcrops, steep bluffs and swathes of native bush to the edge of Lake Wakatipu.

Weaving throughout the Jack's Point Preserve is the 6506 metre (7150 yard), par 72 Jack's Point Golf Course. The course design is one in a series of Darby Partners golf masterpieces, which includes the nearby Hills Golf Club, co-host to the New Zealand Open.

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Jack's Point is a 1200 hectare (3000 acre) settlement in one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world - on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, just 15 minutes from Queenstown, New Zealand.

What sets Jack's Point apart is the absolute commitment to the landscape - only 5% of this vast area will be built upon - but also the acknowledgment of the importance of that environment in every aspect of our lives.

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While close to Queenstown Jack's Point is a distinctly different place with its own character, pulse and personality.

A convenant means the rugged, dramatic and open nature of the grassland and mountain landscape that make up Jack's Point, on the elbow of Lake Wakatipu and at the foot of the Remarkables, will remain forever protected from development.

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With breathtaking 360 degree views, the course takes full advantage of Jack's Point natural terrain, winding among dramatic outcrops of alpine rock and swathes of Matagouri and native bush. With varying lengths of tees, golfers of any calibre can enjoy this course.

Weaving throughout the Jack's Point Preserve is the 6506 metre (7150 yard), par 72 Jack's Point Golf Course.

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Jack's Point is a protected microclimate, a 'sun trap', and all the buildings, roads and features of the Village have been positioned with an eye to this climate and to take maximum advantage of its sunny northern exposure.  A mountain tarn initially sat within this natural gathering place and has been replaced by a 10-acre lake fed by lake Wakatipu. 

While close to Queenstown Jack's Point is a distinctly different place with its own character, pulse and personality. It is growing sustainably from the ground up, literally rising upon and being built using the stones that underlie the valley. Jack's Point will live sustainably - economically, socially and environmentally - within a small carbon footprint.

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Looking north across Jack's Point, the Village site is to the right of Lake Tewa, while Jack's Point Golf Course is to the left, extending to edge of Lake Wakaitipu. Queenstown downtown is to the far upper left in shade.

Jack's Point is a 1200 hectare (3000 acre) settlement in one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world - on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, just 15 minutes from Queenstown, New Zealand.

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Aerial view north over Jack's Point residential neighbourhoods, with The Remarkabels mountain range to the right.

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Looking south, Lake Tewa and the Clubhouse Restaurant, with Jack's Point Golf Course to the right. 

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An  early morning south west view of Jack's Point.

Residential neighbourhoods sit beneath The Remarkables mountain range, with the Village site on the edge of Lake Tewa.

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