Queenstown will play a starring role in the second episode of Charity TV Global’s ground-breaking socially conscious New Zealand television series, ‘Adventure All Stars’, with top-secret- filming commencing around Queenstown, Walter Peak, Cardrona, Gibbston Valley, Arthurs Point from Monday 9 September until Friday 14 September 2019.
From indoor sky diving, a scenic Gondola ride, cruising aboard the TSS Earnslaw steamship, skiing, bungy jumping, to ziplining, wine tasting and a boat ride, the real-life local cast of ‘Adventure All Stars’ will experience the best Queenstown has to offer – and be filmed doing it for TVNZ 2.
Made up of 6 x 1-hour episodes and hosted by quintessential Kiwi girl, television presenter and artist, Erin Simpson, the inaugural New Zealand series is currently in production and will be filming across both North and South islands throughout 2019.
The ‘Adventure All Stars’ series is produced by award-winning production company, Charity TV Global. As a socially conscious enterprise, Charity TV Global has developed a unique casting process that provides an extraordinary opportunity for anyone to undertake an epic fundraising journey (pre-filming) for their nominated charity, culminating in the filming of the adventure of a lifetime.
The net proceeds of every ‘Adventure All Stars’ television project is distributed to Charity TV Global’s philanthropic partners worldwide.
The recipient New Zealand charity of this Queenstown episode is Mother’s Helpers. Mothers Helpers provides a Perinatal Depression recovery programme to mothers who are experiencing Perinatal Depression (that is, when they are experience depression or anxiety during pregnancy or after birth). They also provide support to mothers who are under stress in the hope that PND might be prevented.
Over 50 New Zealand locals have been rewarded for their philanthropic efforts with starring roles in the ‘Adventure All Stars’ series, having raised the required funds for Charity TV Global’s New Zealand charity partners: Make-a-Wish NZ, Mothers Helpers, St John New Zealand, 360 Community Trust, Blue Light NZ and Asthma NZ.
Original article: voxy.co.nz