Not that exciting. Kiwi wildlife is a bit dull with no interesting big mammals etc.
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About Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre
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Had a good time at Mount Bruce. Cafe has some delicious food and definitely worth a stop. Only place in NZ to see a couple of species of birds, unfortunately the Orange Fronter Kakariki were nowhere to be seen. Since this is a conservation minded...More
Quite a disappointment. many of the birds were unable to be seen. The Takahe always rate tops for me, and I did get to see them at distance. Many empty cages. While i appreciate the first aim is conservation, I found the reserve disappointing
Says it all! Would have enjoyed it more in fine weather, as it was difficult to see the wildlife, but that's not the fault of the Centre. But the café was pretty average
We enjoyed a few hours visiting the wildlife centre, however, it is expensive which would put it out of the reach of families with young children.
We were advised to stop off here on our drive from Napier to Wellington, because of the café. We did just that, and the café is indeed very nice. But then we paid to have a look at the nature reserve, and wished we hadn’t...More
excellant place to visit for young and old.Loved seeing all the bird life,kaka,takahe,manukura our white kiwi and the huge eels
This was so much fun, got to see a white kiwi (how cool is that!), went for a lovely wander around the hills.
... hatched and raised here, the little white kiwis are quite rare. Mt Bruch has really upgraded its information centre and the walks around the bush and birds are lovely.