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About Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre
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We popped into here on the way from Napier to Wellington as it's a good natural break. Toilets and a cafe help. The Centre focuses on birds and has a great interest in the kiwi. We managed to see the white kiwi. Very active and...More
Brilliant experience to walk in among the native trees, and view the beautiful native birds of New Zealand close up. Outstanding work has been done by the conservationists. A must visit, and we recommend, and will return.
We took our German exchange students here to see the new zealand wildlife. The kokako was awesome, she talked to us and wolf whistled, the kakas were cheeky, saw the white kiwi Manukura and fed the giant black eels. It's not an adventurous day out...More
I've driven past her dozens of times over the last few years and always comment about how we should stop - we finally did and it is well worth it. They are doing a great job at breeding rare NZ birds, and telling the story...More
The people at Mt Bruce were amazing! We were in a bit of trouble when our electric car ran out of juice and they immediately offered to help. We decided to make the most of it and were lucky enough to see the white kiwi...More
Well worth the stop, spent a good 3 hours looking around, loop walk was beautiful, highlight was seeing the white kiwi right up close, cheers
We were here on the weekend and thought it was fantastic. We did the aviary walk, ending at the free flight aviary, and then the kiwi house. There are longer bush walk options of 1hr and 2hrs, but if you have small kids or are...More
Extremely boring. Not much to see. Only saw the white kiwi bird which was not very impressive. Thought that there'll be more kiwi birds for viewing. Saw a staff smoking when clearly no smoking is allowed in that area. Disappointing, not worth $20