Calling all birdwatchers! Are you looking for something interesting to do on your next day off? If so, make sure to visit the Kiwi Birdlife Park in Queenstown! This magnificent conservation site is home to over 5 acres of native bushland, providing a home for birds who are there for specific conservation reasons, or due to injury. The site aims to educate visitors about their birds, and other conservation efforts throughout the country.

Where can I find The Kiwi Birdlife Park?

The facility is located near the Ben Lomond Scenic Reserve in Queenstown, on Brecon Street. Queenstown can also be reached via public transport to and from Christchurch.

Some of the birdlife that calls the facility home, include Karimako, Piwakawaka, Riroriro, and The New Zealand Falcon. Ticket admission includes access to multiple different events and exhibitions that the Birdlife Park provides, these include Kiwi Encounters, Conservation Show and The Self-guided audio tour, which is available in multiple languages. So, if you want to experience a unique day out, one that will keep you fascinated for hours. Then, make sure to visit the Kiwi Birdlife Park in Queenstown!

  • Adult admission starts at $45.
  • Children admission is $21.
  • Open Monday to Sunday, 9am to 4.30pm.

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