All Toyota Kiwi Guardians sites
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The following Kiwi Guardians sites are currently closed:
Ahuriri Estuary, Boundary Stream. Cape Rodney-Okakari Marine Reserve, Charming Creek, Clevedon Scenic Reserve,Fox Glacier, Gray's Bush Scenic Reserve, Karangahake Windows Walk - part of track closed, Kauaeranga Valley, Maungauika/North Head, Okitu Bush Scenic Reserve, Opouahi/Panpac Kiwi Crèche, Pohuehue Falls, Port Jackson, Pukenui Forest - Te Ngahere o Pukenui, Sandlfy Bay, Smuggler's Bay Loop Track, Tapuwae o Rongokako Marine Reserve, Te Henga/Bethells Beach Recreation Reserve, White Pine Bush Scenic Reserve
Kiwi Guardians at Ambury Regional Park
This beautiful regional park has everything you need for an awesome family adventure. Discover farm animals to meet, fascinating volcanic history, heaps of bird life and beautiful views over the Manukau Harbour. The best part is this park is right in the heart of Auckland.
Kiwi Guardians in Arthur's Pass National Park
Go high up into the mountain pass that Māori first used to travel from east to west in search of pounamu/greenstone. Travel by car, train or bus, then go and see one of the horse drawn coaches that carried passengers through this rugged landscape in the 1800s - the trip was much bumpier back then!
Kiwi Guardians at Dunedin Botanic Garden
Where in the city can you see wildlife? The Dunedin Botanic Garden of course! Spot lizards in the rock garden, visit the kākā and kea at the aviary, spy a stick insect among the flowers. Some plants have been here for over 150 years. Can you guess which ones?
Kiwi Guardians at Huriawa Peninsula
Set your imagination free on this windswept rugged headland in Karitane where history runs rife. In this place a great fortress once stood, the chief Te Wera ruled, Te Puna Wai spring kept the people of the land alive and whalers hauled the great sea creatures ashore.
Kiwi Guardians at Ngā Manu Nature Reserve
Discover the wonders of our native flora and fauna at this idyllic bird sanctuary - explore Kapiti’s precious ancient forest remnant and look out for tui, bellbird, fantail, grey warbler and kereru; spot the kiwi and tuatara in their enclosures; get up close to kaka, kea and kākāriki in the walk-through aviaries.
Kiwi Guardians at Riccarton Bush
In the heart of Christchurch is a wild forest, home to over 400 mighty kahikatea trees with their impressive buttress roots. There’s also the oldest remaining building in Canterbury, a large grassy spot for picnics and if you’ve got sharp eyes you might spot geckos. Too much!
Kiwi Guardians at Te Apiti - Manawatu Gorge
An adventure thousands of years in the making! Manawatu Gorge was made when the river carved out a route through a mountain range. Now it's a great place to spot kārearea, glow worms at night, and kōura in the stream. You might even find a perfect hiding spot in a hollow totara!