Wairarapa Natural Wildlife
Wairarapa has a range of natural wildlife and indigenous birds, insects, animals and plants, many of which are not found anywhere else in the world. The best known indigenous creature in New Zealand is the kiwi, a flightless, noctural bird.
Experience the natural wildlife of New Zealand up close with a natural wildlife experience in Wairarapa. See endangered species, unique birds, animals and plants and current conservation projects aimed at preserving our wildlife.
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Mobile-friendly - New Zealand's Pukaha National Wildlife Centre is renowned for conservation breeding of our threatened wildlife, conservation education and forest restoration. Demonstrating that everyone can make a difference in restoring kiwi, kokako, kaka and other native wildlife once present in our forest and returning the dawn chorus for everyone to enjoy.
Mobile-friendly - Explore Wellington, Wairarapa or Kapiti Coast enjoying all the beauty and places of interest. You will be in the hands of our owner/guide Richard, who has lived in Wellington all his life, and enjoys nothing more than meeting and interacting with new people while sharing all the history and background for what you will be seeing on the day.
Discover Wellington and the surrounding regions with a Zozo Travel small group tour. From spectacular 360 degree views of the city from Mount Victoria Lookout to roasting your very own coffee beans or sampling fennel infused extra virgin olive oils we have something for you. Fur seals viewing on the South Wairarapa Coast.
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