Was a great spot to visit with a picnic and the children. Look forward to visiting again soon. Toilets available Affordable and lovely gift shop
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About Otorohanga Kiwi House & Native Bird Park
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Well there are a lot of birds and interesting other fauna. It's the only hope of seeing a kiwi for most of us and the idea of reversing their day/night so they are eagerly foraging about their enclosure is inspirational. I was surprised to see...More
We visited late on a cold day. The facilities are modern and staff were out and about tending to the birds. Only one kiwi was active but we saw all the others. Most entertaining was the kea squawking for a treat, then squawcking even louder...More
Hard to get a particularly good view of these nocturnal creatures. A lot of the animals were in hiding as it was a cold day. This is a pleasant little place and the entry fees were not unreasonable but don't expect to get a great...More
We highly recommend this experience for all ages and physical abilities. It is beautifully set out and very informative .
Thank you for visiting our park and leaving a review, we are glad you enjoyed you're visit and hope to see you again in the future
Whether here for an hour or more, it is well worth the trip. Haven't seen the kiwi up close anywhere else. We came right at feeding time. Animal minders were very knowledgeable. Reception staff were very friendly.More
Thank you for visiting our park and leaving a review. we are glad you enjoyed you're visit. its good to hear you made one of our kiwi talks 10.30, 1.30, 3.30 with all the keepers knowledge. we hope we will see you again in the...More
It is a lovely place to head for a few relaxed hours - particularly check out the eel feeding! Wonderful staff who are very happy to talk about any of the animals or birds hereMore
Thank you for visiting the park and leaving a review. We are glad you made the eel feeding at 2.30 and hope they were all well behaved, All the staff have a passion for the animals and are very happy to shear there experiences and...More
We saw a sign as we were motoring toward the Waitomo Glow Worm Caves and decided to pull off and learn about the infamous Kiwi bird. The preserve is kind of a simple place but very enjoyable for an hour or so. We were actually...More
Thank you for visiting our park, and good to see the signs around are doing the trick. we are glad you enjoyed the kiwis and hope you managed to make one of our kiwi talks, 10.30, 1.30, 3.30. we hope to see you again in...More
Had a very enjoyable few hours at the Kiwi House. It was a school trip for no2 son, lots of native birds to see up close. Saw a Kiwi, had a really good time.
Thank you for visiting on you're sons school trip. we are glad you enjoyed the walk through the park and hope to see you back in the near future.
We visited as we where passing through to Waitomo. It is very interesting and yuou do get to see a couple of Kiwi's but no photo's which I find annoying. But they are the rules so you must obey. I found the $24 entrance fee...More