Kiwi North Heritage Park

Northland, Whangārei
Fri-Tues 10am-4pm

A multifaceted visitor experience with something for everyone in one very special place

The only kiwi and tuatara viewing in a controlled environment in the Northland region. Learn why the environment and its animals are so unique and special. The museum tells the stories of its people and place, and there are some travelling exhibitions. A beautiful 25 hectare site with its original 1886 heritage homestead and other historic buildings. Room to stroll and relax in a spacious, family friendly environment.



For more info visit:

Kiwi North Heritage Park


500 State Highway 14


09 438 9630



There are concrete paths between the two main train rides. On the carriage side there is a board between the station and the carriage so it can be accessed easily. The concrete paths are quite old and a little hard to negotiate with a wheelchair.


2 hours north of Auckland and 10 minutes from Whangārei CBD. City bus route #6 to Maunu.


Lots of carparking available.

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