New Zealand’s first international standard resort
Millbrook is one of New Zealand’s best-known golf course resorts. It was opened in 1992 and was instantly recognised as having “raised the bar” in relation to the quality of its design, landscape treatment, vernacular architecture and facilities. Designed as a residential community, resort offered a variety of luxury accommodation, central village, club house and extensive recreational facilities set within an extensive park like environment.
Millbrook Resort, sited near Queenstown, was New Zealand’s first international standard destination resort. Designed as a residential community, the resort offered a variety of luxury accommodation, central village, clubhouse and extensive recreational facilities, including an international tournament golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool, and gymnasium set within an extensive park-like environment.
Boffa Miskell was responsible for the overall master planning and concept design, briefing of all consultants and directing the project from design through to construction. The concept design focused on a championship golf course designed by New Zealand’s top professional golfer, Bob Charles. Historic buildings established the character for the village and resort accommodation, comprising 240 two bedroom villas and 170 estate homes, integrated within the park setting.
Boffa Miskell was responsible for planning consents, project management, master plan and detailed plans, golf course design, ecological overview, landscape design and landscape management.
|Client||Milbrook Resorts Limited|
|Awards||Monier Awards, Parks and Recreational Design, Merit|