Rainbow springs nature park
Whether you are walking through our many free flight aviaries, feeding the biggest wild trout you will ever see, watching the birds being fed or coming face to face with history in the eyes of a tuatara – the team at Rainbow Springs Nature Park is proud of the role they play in conserving many of the precious native species of New Zealand. Rainbow Springs believes that a key part of this process is making it as much fun as possible to interact with animals so that you will come to love them as much as they do. So much energy is put into ensuring that the park is beautiful with a friendly, fun atmosphere. Rainbow Springs would love to meet you and introduce you to a few of the locals. Rainbow Springs is also a haven for New Zealand’s most vulnerable and iconic creature, the Kiwi, and is one of the only places these shy guys can feel safe; and you can meet them up-close! Since 1995, their team of dedicated conservationists have cared for and released over 1,500 kiwis back into the New Zealand wild to date.