If you go to Queenstown, this Kiwi bird park is a must do. You will learn a completely new dimension about NZ wildlife and their struggle to keep the species from extinction.
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About Kiwi Birdlife Park
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The entry fee is not cheap but they do a pretty good job looking after the birds so worth it. The feeding talks are interesting as well and our presenter was very knowledgeable and able to answer questions.
I took myself to this conversation park as I was pretty keen to see a Kiwi while in NZ. The visiting price does initially feel like a lot, but when you realise that it all goes to the running of the park and the conservation...More
We got there just in time to hear the coservation talk, which was really great and we were able to see a number of birds up close and personal, they were actually flying right near us. There was also a charming Irish man doing the...More
My ten year old son became exited to see kiwi birds and other birds in the kiwi bird life park. As we entered, the staff were super friendly and were full of knowledge. First we went to see the bird show. It gave us interesting...More
Took about 1.5 hours on a chilly day. Definitely recommend staying for the show. The birds fly amazingly close and the possum is fun.
My partner and I started our 2 week break in New Zealand's beautiful South Island in Queenstown and this place was one of our first stops. It was great! Very informative, staff were friendly and of course the kiwis were adorable. The park is a...More