Zoo Exhibit

Nga Manu Nature Reserve

38 moradores locais recomendam ·

Dicas de moradores locais

Louise And Russell
Louise And Russell
April 30, 2021
Brilliant nature reserve within easy reach of cottage. Check internet for directions and costs.
Sandra
Sandra
February 14, 2021
Enjoy the natural beauty in this fabulous reserve. Have a picnic, walk the trails, enjoy an encounter with kiwi birds or feed the eels. A fantastic place to take children
Maree
Maree
January 20, 2021
Ngā Manu Nature Reserve offers you a unique opportunity to have a hands-on experience with nature. It is a ‘must see’ attraction for all local families and tourists visiting the Wellington region.
Kylie
Kylie
January 2, 2021
Great place to see Kiwi, Tuatara and your fair share of Pukekos. There is also a very friendly Tui and a bunch of other birds to see.
Kirsten
Kirsten
January 19, 2020
A wonderful, tranquil place for all ages to walk around in nature, listening to the song of native birds all around, including a kiwi house. There are also regular eel feedings to participate in. The staff are extremely knowledgable. Nga Manu Nature Reserve is a great asset to the area.

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Lugares para ficar nos arredores

SUPERHOST
  1. Espaço inteiro: casa de hóspedes
  2. 2 camas
Escape in Manu
  1. Espaço inteiro: casa residencial
  2. 3 camas
The White House. The modern Waikanae version.
SUPERHOST
  1. Espaço inteiro: suíte de hóspedes
  2. 5 camas
Waikanae luxury rural retreat
  1. Espaço inteiro: casa residencial
Peaceful Waikanae Escape
SUPERHOST
  1. Quarto inteiro
  2. 2 camas
Private, Upstairs of House + We serve breakfast

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Parque
“Waikanae Estuary Scientific Reserve protects a mosaic of freshwater lakelets, saltwater lagoons, marshes, tidal sand flats and sandy beach spit at the mouth of the Waikanae River. More than 60 species of bird breed here, including banded dotterel, NZ dotterel, Australasian coot, pukeko, dabchick, fernbirds, and variable oystercatchers. Flocks of white-fronted terns, shags, and gulls roost on the beach while migratory birds such as godwits and knots occasionally visit. Royal spoonbills have nested on Kapiti Island since the early 1990s, and up to a dozen may be seen roosting a short distance up the river. They regularly visit the lower estuary and nearby lagoons to feed in the shallow waters together with white-faced herons. Pied shags nest in Macrocarpa trees alongside the Waimanu Lagoons. Access the estuary from Otaihanga; or from Waikanae for Waimanu Lagoons and the sandspit. ”
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Comida
“Tuatara brewery. Great food, vibe and of course the beers. Often live music or comedy. Well worth a visit. ”
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Café
“The Front Room has a relaxed atmosphere with a modern interior and provides great food and service for small to large groups. Brunch is available from 9-3pm and lunch from 11:30-3pm. Dinner is from 5:30pm till late. ”
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Café
“With lovely gardens and outdoor seating they have the best nearby coffee. Good breakfast and lunch options with a variety of counter food.”
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Comida
“awesome to visit for a hot drink and slice. the shop has interesting gift ideas and select wines. the glass house cafe or sitting area is very nice. cooking classes are also fun”
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Localização
Waikanae, Wellington 5391
Telefone+64 4-293 4131