The Kawarau River Gorge is a noteworthy stream gorge, situated in Central Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. The Kawarau River courses through the crevasse, which is situated between the towns of Queenstown and Cromwell, and part of the course of State Highway 6 additionally takes after the canyon. The chasm starts approximately 30 kilometers from Queenstown, near the wine-developing group of Gibbston and the expansive rock outcrop known as the Nevis Bluff. It proceeds for approximately 25 kilometers before the stream rises into the upper valley of the Clutha River near the settlement of Ripponvale. The George River is noted for its characteristic excellence, and is additionally the site of a few great games, outstandingly bungy seizing the Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge, and white-water games, for example, kayaking and riverboarding.