Wildlife Capital of New Zealand
The Centre is nestled at the foot of Taiaroa Head and it is a short walk to the Observatory to see the greatest of all seabirds
Discover Kororā, the Little Blue Penguin, the world’s smallest penguin. See them in their natural habitat
Gaelic for ‘hidden valley’, enjoys a microclimate that extends the seasons and nurtures growth.
This typical Edwardian villa was built in 1909 by Sir James Fletcher, founder of Fletcher Construction Company Ltd.
The beautiful Otago Peninsula provides the scenery on this exhilarating off-road adventure, but it’s the wildlife that steals the show.
Welcome to Penguin Place, home of the Yellow-eyed Penguin Conservation Reserve, New Zealand's multi-Award Winner
Wildlife Tour - come and be part of this amazing safari, where the wildlife roams free and undisturbed in their natural habitats
Discover New Zealand’s only Castle, built 1871 by William Larnach, for his beloved first wife Eliza.
Unrivalled viewing of Northern Royal Albatross, Seals, Penguins and up to 20 species of bird and marine life in it's natural and otherwise inaccessible environment.
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