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    Staglands Wildlife Reserve & Cafe offers visitors the unique and exciting opportunity to connect with nature in a beautiful, natural environment. Feed and freely interact with wildlife in this very special place - the product of one man’s passion and vision to experience nature at its best. Located in the scenic Akatarawa Valley near Upper Hutt, Wellington, Staglands is a ‘must see’ attraction for local families and tourists visiting the Wellington region.

    Supporting the Wellington Botanic Garden, providing information and running tours etc. a historic garden of national importance. Established in 1868 as the countries colonial garden it was responsible for the trial and importation of valuable plants, especially Pinus radiata, a tree that became the basis of the countries timber industry Extensive playground with swings slide flying fox. Duck pond fountains for summer fun. Special sundial unique in NZ where you can be the pointer A garden ... Read more of National Importance including the world recognised Rose garden and seasonal bedding displays. The secon d most visited tourist destination in the city

    Wellington Botanic Garden offers free access to unsurpassed views, unique landscape, exotic forests, native bush, colourful floral displays and gorgeous specialist gardens. Start your visit at the Treehouse Visitor Centre. Grab a bag of duck food and check out the children’s corner for kid friendly activities you can do in the garden. Explore new areas or visit old favourites. The Children’s Play Area has a flying fox and grassy hills for rolling competitions. Come play under our trees ... Read more and let your curiosity lead you. Gardens open daily sunrise to sunset. Free entry.

    Outdoor & Adventure Bush Walking

    Cafe/restaurant set in a public park close by Wellington's best beach. Bushwalking up into East Harbour Regional Park from the carpark. Ducks to feed. Ride-on toys out for kids to play on. Seperate covered area available for use for parties.