In the 1860s, during the reign of Queen Victoria, Queenstown became the transit centre of a major goldrush. As today, the many people who lived here needed milk. Cows were kept in paddocks near where the old Queenstown school stands and each day they were herded and brought down 'Cow Lane' to be milked to provide milk for the hotels and others in Beach Street. For a time it was jokingly known as 'Bledisloe Lane' after the 'chauffeur' for Lord Bledisloe (then Governor General), took a wrong turn out of Camp Street. But obviously an older tradition has prevailed and we are proud of our historic 'Cow Lane'.

The Cow Pizza and Spaghetti House

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1 Cow Lane
Queenstown, 9300
Ph: (03) 4428 588


2 User Reviews

  • Beautiful, very tasty, wonderful customer service & nice & warm. Best pizza's ever!!! Definitely will be back. YUM!
    Jodie, about 5 years
  • Love the cosy atmosphere of The Cow and the freshly baked loaves were as good as anticipated all day! Great service too thanks :)
    Ingrid, about 5 years

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