DISCOVER …a myriad of native species that visit and nest here in the Kiwi Birdlife Park.
HOME… to Tomtits, Fantails, Bellbirds, Tui, Falcon and Kereru.
12,000… native trees have been planted, transforming wasteland into today’s beautiful oasis.
CONSERVATION… programmes for over 20 endangered native species, including breed for release for some iconic native species such as Kiwi, Whio, Pateke, Grand Skink and Otago Skink. Some of these species like Pateke (Brown Teal) are incredibly rare. Pateke numbers plummeted to 400 left in the world in the year 2000 and we have released over 100 into the world since then.
COMPLIMENTARY… use of our informative audio guides that allow you to take in the park at your leisure. Available in English, Mandarin and Japanese, there are 28 information spots dotted around the park for you to enjoy. Also included in your ticket price is New Zealand’s first free flight conservation show, a real highlight of the park. Not forgetting your chance to see New Zealand Kiwi at our informative kiwi feeding show!