Nature Parks let us safely get
close to animals we see only on TV
yourself amazing kiwi, a cheeky kea, and other original unique fauna.
guides often show us the highlights and if time permits, guests can feed the
friendly animals from New Zealand and other parts of the world.
Willowbank Nature Park Christchurch
bird, extinct Moa
Nature Parks offer learning opportunities including:
biology, business management, sciences, nutrition, safety management,
This park provides excellent presentations of kiwi, kea
(worlds only mountain parrot), the rare blue duck, words largest
pigeon, owls, Early Maori dwellings, ugly kunikuni pigs, various species of
fish, otters, large monkeys, farm animals and fish displays MORE
This park displays an
impressive collection of large exotic, plains animals (including lions,
tigers, giraffes, hippos,
cheetahs, meerkats, primates, camels, kangaroos). There are farm
animals to meet. In the native
section we find kiwi, reptiles, spiders, and birds.
Animal Parks -
Auckland Hamilton and Wellington.
These are long established zoos that have been
modernising over decades to incorporate breeding programs, large open enclosures
for the animals and excellent visitor information and facilities.
Walk through a shark tank and ride
through a freezing Antarctic penguin enclosure.
An eel at the Bushman's Centre
in New Zealand