Maori Cultural Experience is a famous Nature Reserve in Queenstown. It's quite suitable to go with children. It's not worth $45 admission fee. The park has a good view, a good environment, and I walk along the map, but I feel bad about the direction, almost go wrong, and the enthusiastic tourists show me the way.
If you want to see Kiwi O, this is the only choice for Queenstown. Besides Kiwi, there are other rare animals in the park, including lizards, ducks, parrots and so on. It is interesting to recommend watching animal performances and feeding of kiwi birds. Especially if you want to observe Kiwi birds at close range, it is suggested that you watch the feeding time well, and someone will be responsible for explaining the feeding. Tickets are a little expensive, but considering that kiwi birds are more rare than giant pandas, it's also very expensive. If you can buy family tickets for two small ones, you can save money.~
When I started to go, I was always in trouble with my friends because the tickets were really cheap and the park was very small. But it was nice for us to go in. Because I forgot to bring my student ID, my friends had it, and the staff counted it according to the students, so the students and friends remembered to bring a student ID, although it was only reduced by a few knives. It was a private bird park, so the birds. There are not too many classes, basically just to see Kiwi's food, the staff will explain a lot of content, the performance of small animals, or quite interesting ___________
Small Kiwi Bird Park, next to Skyline, tickets 5NZD. KIWI BIRD is like a chicken.
The park is not big. The main selling point is the kiwi. But when you spend more than forty dollars and still can't see a kiwi, you will be deeply disappointed. Kiwi birds move at night, so you can only see a dim shadow in the dark through the glass. Other parrots, pigeons and ducks don't look good.
Although New Zealand can't control the Japanese, it has done a good job in animal protection. Queenstown has a special park for Kiwi and lizards, where New Zealand's national bird Kiwi, rare lizards and all kinds of injured birds are adopted, but it is forbidden to take photos here, which is said to frighten the birds.