A great introduction to the fauna in the South Island - and start learning about the birds and introduced predators in NZ. fast paced and informative show - then a nice walk around the park at your own pace.
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We are Visiting from the US and just came from Australia and saw much better preserves for much less money. One of our trip goals is to visit a variety of wildlife sanctuaries and preserves. I am all for supporting the iconic Kiwi preservation, but...More
I'm no bird watcher and reluctantly followed my wife into the Kiwi birdlife park. To my surprise I really enjoyed it. Despite the rain we saw some pretty impressive birds including a couple of kiwis in the flesh. So if you have a couple of...More
We only had an hour here and wished we had longer. Were lucky to arrive in time for the Kiwi feeding. Was great to come to NZ and see a Kiwi
The Kiwi Birdlife Park is a small gem in the middle of the hustle of downtown Queenstown. It's a refreshing break from the extreme adventure businesses vying for your attention. A great opportunity to see protected species and learn about New Zealand's conservation efforts.
Kiwi Birdlife Park is located just before the gondola, so you have two opportunities to stop by if you go up to the top. I went to the park to watch the last kiwi feeding of the day and then walked around the rest of...More
My daughter and I had a lovely afternoon at the Kiwi park. It is an oasis of calm, cool under the canopy of trees (great in this heat) and great to just amble around. There is lots to see, of course the highlight being the...More
This is a small private enterprise dedicated to preserving native New Zealand birdlife. The care for kiwis injured in the wild, returning them to life in the wilderness if possible. You do see a kiwi for a few seconds in almost complete darkness when it...More
Well worth makeing the effort to go here. The Kiwi enclosure is fantastic and a great display. All the talks / feedings are informative and interesting, with very close encounters with birds (flying near your head). We spent an easy 2 hours here.