Rain­bow springs na­ture park

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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.

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