Pukaha Mt Bruce is home to the little white kiwi, and located on the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail.
Pukaha Mt Bruce is NZ’s most established and successful wildlife and captive breeding centre, located just north of Masterton, on the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail. Set in 942 hectares of ancient hardwood forest, Pukaha is home to many endangered species including the takahe, kokako, kaka and our national icon, the kiwi. It is also home to the Manukura, the little white kiwi.
Visitors will also see monster eels, cheeky kaka, and tuatara. Daily programme of talks & feeding from 10.30am. Visitors can now also walk through the new free flight Aviary, home to seven bird species. Wild Café Pukaha is also open daily from 9.30-4pm. A must stop for FIT and Groups traveling along State Highway 2 between Napier and Wellington. Qualmark; Endorsed Visitor Experience. Enviro Gold.
Wairarapa Martinborough is home to world renowned Pinot Noir and one of several quaint towns in Wairarapa region. It also sits along the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail – a popular touring route for wine & food enthusiasts. Just a 10 minute drive away, explore the boutique shops of Greytown, or Carterton. Enjoy fish & chips at Lake Ferry Pub just 20 minutes from Martinborough, visit Mangatainoka – home to the New Zealand famous Tui Brewery, the largest brewery in the North Island. Get the full New Zealand beer experience at Tui HQ, or visit Vintage Aviator – home to the world’s largest collection of WW1 flying fighter planes. Cycle the vineyards or experience a guided tour to view cellar doors and olive groves. Many cycle trails and walking tracks also await travellers looking for soft adventure.
For more information visit www.wairarapanz.com