Arthurs Point’s newest neighbourhood

Nestled in the historic and charming township of Arthurs Point, just 10 minutes from central Queenstown, Bullenrise is adjacent to the popular Bullendale medium density development. This is your opportunity to secure a freehold serviced lot ready for building with preliminary designs already approved by Council, at an affordable price.

Think big or build small

Most of the lots are multi-unit capable, ranging from one house up to 12 apartments, with many 2-3 unit capable.

Perfect for a range of purchasers, from those aspiring to their first home, to builders and developers.


Welcome to Arthurs Point — a slice of Queenstown’s history. Back in 1862, Thomas Arthur struck gold along the Shotover River, giving birth to this vibrant spot. Today, Arthurs Point remains a treasure trove of its past, close to downtown Queenstown, and a brief drive to historic Arrowtown.

Nestled amidst the majestic Shotover River and towering peaks, it’s a perfect blend of snug homes and contemporary comforts.

Discover a smorgasbord of dining spots, iconic tourist hotspots, and the nearby Coronet Peak skifield. Unwind at the Onsen hot pools, feel the rush with a Shotover Jet ride, or savor a pint at the local haunts. Adventure seekers can’t miss the breathtaking Moonlight Track, a gateway to Ben Lomond and Moke Lake, ideal for hikers and bikers alike.

Arthurs Point boasts unbeatable convenience and jaw-dropping scenery. It’s a timeless gem in the Wakatipu Basin that continues to captivate.


Foley Group Architecture has focused on designing the housing in a ‘modern alpine’ style that is contemporary while still paying homage to the local vernacular.

Strong pitched roof forms with accentuated eaves reflect the nearby mountains and provide visual interest along the street edge. Prominent balcony structures break up double height sections and allow the residents to fully enjoy the panoramic views.

Wherever possible the dwellings are oriented to ensure they enjoy maximum sunlight via north facing windows together with expansive views along the valley to the south. The northern and southern glazing coupled with open plan living provides permeability and helps break up the semi-attached arrangements. Glazing has been used sparingly in other areas to optimise environmental performance.

Cladding materials are a mix of naturally finished timbers, floated plaster, stone veneer, and architectural profile roofing to augment the built forms. The colour palette is based around warm earthen tones to complement the picturesque nature of the surroundings and add to the ‘village lifestyle’ concept of the development.

Titles due 2025

Civil construction due to start mid 2024, with titles due mid to late 2025.

Build from consented designs

Most lots have resource consent enabling multi-unit development based on approved preliminary designs.

Varying lot sizes available

Everything from a single house up to 12 unit capable site.