The page contains still images captured from the Tekapo Tourism HD web camera and
Roundhill Ski Area web camera.
Views from the web cam include a panorama of the lake and village and points of interest around the Tekapo area.
Experience 200km of some of the world's most spectacular alpine and sub tropical scenery, including New Zealand's highest peaks and longest glaciers in a landscape of contrasts, the result of millions of years of the earth's crusts colliding.
Visit their website to find out more information about their spectacular Grand Traverse scenic flight around Mt Cook/Aoraki and Westland National parks.
Weather views update every 15mins on the quarter hour Open as large panorama by clicking on small panorama below
Click on small panorama to open as larger version
HD web-cam views
Click on the images to open in new window at larger size.
For smaller monitors, the images can also be opened at the smaller 720HD size.
Follow the links above the images for the option of full 1080HD or 720HD
The HD viewer has "previous and next" buttons at the top for viewing all the following images
The images update every 30mins
View as 1080HD or 720HD Godley Valley and head of Lake Tekapo
View as 1080HD or 720HD
Peak of Mount Cook showing above the Gamack Range (weather dependant)
View as 1080HD or 720HD Lake Alexandrina and the Cass Valley
We are pleased to be showing the the view of Lake Tekapo from the north end of the lake,
via the new webcam at Roundhill Ski Area.
The view is looking south towards Lake Tekapo village and Mt John.
See map below for web cam locations and views.
Map of Tekapo web cam views
Click here to view map of web cam views
Interactive live video camera
In addition in addition to our HD camera capturing still images, we have a dedicated, interactive, live video camera that allows visitors to select from a list of 20 preset views and watch while the camera moves to that view.
No queue exists on the camera, so please be patient and courteous to others.
Tekapo Tourism Ltd thanks Canterbury University's Mt John in allowing the camera to be sited close to one of their buildings.
For more information on Mt John observatory you can visit their information page on this site. Click here.
It is only through the support of our sponsors, advertisers and volunteers that Tekapo Tourism has been able to install and operate this web camera.
The camera is capable of being watched live and be directed, by visitors to the website, to one of 20 views of interest available to the camera. Follow the link above to 'take control of the camera'.
If your browser fails to load the most recent image when opening this page, you may have to manually update the page by selecting the REFRESH or RELOAD command within your browser. Some browser settings may require you to hold the CTRL key while clicking REFRESH/RELOAD. This will reload this page with the most recent image.