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New Zealand's only Prawn Fishing Park. Located just 5 minutes from Taupo and offering hours of entertainment for people of all ages. Experience the thrill of landing the fiesty prawn at Hook-a-Prawn Fishing, enjoy the delight of hand feeding, baby...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Karetoto Road | Wairakei Tourist Park, Lake Taupo, Taupo 3330, New Zealand
All reviews prawn fishing prawns prawn farm garlic butter paddle boats chowder foot bath fun fishing great family day guided tour hand feeding hot chips trout nature walk few hours great fun couple of hours
We had a visit to the Huka Prawn farm today. We paid to have a tour through the farm. We got a senior discount. The tour was interesting but a bit short and we felt not good value for the money spent. To be fair...More
We weren’t sure whether thus would keep us interested but it was great fun! We went for a tour to learn about how they farm the prawns (interesting to hear about the business)then we were let loose on the lakes! We got lots of bites...More
Very interesting spot for hands on prawning on an actual prawn farm. We have such ponds in Singapore, but the Huka Prawn Park really takes the "prawn cake". It is not only huge, but so are the prawns that you catch and have cooked at...More
Perfect family outing - although not cheap. Introductory tour was interesting and informative. Loved the bush walk - especially when the jet boat went past up the river. Plenty of variety of activities for young and old. Souvenirs expensive - same tee shirts at Auckland...More
This was one time when I was glad to have read some reviews to guide my meal choice. Mt meal was nice but 2 of our 4 diners were disappointed. We decided not to do the tour because the prawn fishing was unavailable and there...More
I have visited Taupo a number of times in recent years but never made it to the Prawn Park.
Why I have not I cannot now understand.
A small group of us "elderly" types decided to visit it in late October - wow , I...More