Otorohanga Kiwi House and Native Bird Park

The best place to see Kiwi! Close up Kiwi viewing with Kiwi feeding daily at 10.30am, 1.30 pm and 3.30 pm. Plus Keeper talks with kea, kaka, kakariki, long fin eels and whio (blue ducks) throughout the day.

The Otorohanga Kiwi House & Native Bird Park has been breeding Kiwi since 1971. The not-for-profit wildlife and conservation centre displays Kiwi birds all day in special nocturnal houses. And it breeds rare and endangered native New Zealand wildlife.

The family-friendly Park offers Kiwi viewing of 2 of NZ's kiwi species -Great Spotted Kiwi and Brown Kiwi. The rare and iconic birds are housed in specialised nocturnal houses complete with burrow cameras. There are ponds, wetland areas and walk-through aviaries including a giant dome aviary. Open daily, except Christmas Day. All ticket sales are reinvested in the Park's wildlife & conservation work.

Facilities and Services

Pricing and Conditions

High Season
$24 (Adult)
(December 1 - May 1)
$10 (Child, 15 and under))

Availability

Business Hours
Daily (except Christmas Day) from 9am - 5pm
Months of Operation
All Year

Distances

Proximity To Airport
Auckland International Airport 200 kms
Proximity To Coach Terminal
1 km
Proximity To Town
15 minutes from Waitomo Caves, 2.5 hours from Auckland, 1.5 hours from Rotorua & Taupo

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