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Willowbank Wildlife Reserve

4.3/540 Reviews
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9:30-19:00 (Octo-April), 9:30-17:00 (May-September).
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About Willowbank Wildlife Reserve

The Liu'an Wildlife Sanctuary was opened in 1974 and has a long history of protecting endangered animals in New Zealand. It is also one of New Zealand's important kiwi breeding bases. The wild area is home to wild animals imported from abroad, livestock, farm animals and birds in the heritage area, and local animals and animals imported from abroad. If you like animals, this is a good place to be close to animals.

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  • 聪明的笨羊
    5.0

    Ticket 29.5 New York adult, family ticket discount. More than 20 minutes from downtown. You can buy animal food at the door and feed it yourself, 3 yuan per package. At first, we thought the park was small, but we walked around for about two hours. Besides some regular animals, we also saw Kiwi, the national bird of New Zealand, owl hunting, mink eating chicken and other scenes, and felt it was worth the fare.

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    Reviewed on 1519336342000
  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    On the recommendation of friends living in Christchurch, we visited the wildlife reserve in December 2015. As we walked along the cleverly laid-out site, we met very interesting animals and birds. The most exciting part of the journey was the paddock of the Kiwi birds. We saw five active Kiwi birds. If you want to visit the kiwi paddock, you must be patient. If you look carefully, you will get something. Some tourists just crossed the wildlife reserve without stopping to see anything.

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    Reviewed on 1551452875000
  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    Today I visited this amazing place. We saw the brown kiwi in the north only a few feet away, and there was no glass barrier to keep us apart. The whole park is great, and it's perfect for children and adults like me. The staff are very enthusiastic. The plants and animals here can be seen or touched. You can also come here to feed eels. They come out of the water to eat food on spoons. It was scary at first, but it was worth trying.

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    Reviewed on 1549203804000
  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    Yesterday, I came to this place with my family and brought my six-year-old daughter. I like it very much. I spent about two hours here. If I had the chance, I should come back to this place again. It's also worth recommending to you.

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    Reviewed on 1549023251000
  • 一瓶XO
    5.0

    Liuquan Wildlife Reserve, located in the north of Christchurch, can buy a variety of fodder, which can be divided into poultry, fish and farm animal feed. Many animals in the zoo can be fed and touched. Although there are not all kinds of Beijing Zoo, they are very cute. Seeing the silly and timid KIWIBird of New Zealand, and the coquettish alpaca, when people are going to leave after feeding it, it will shout, as if to say "Don't go, feed me a little more."

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    5
    Reviewed on 1472227550000
  • lulu0531
    5.0

    The zoo can book tickets online in advance. It's 15 NZ. It's quite cheap. There is a front desk at the door. You can exchange tickets with reservation information. Then I'll give you a map. There's only one way to go clockwise anyway. In front of you can see all kinds of swans, Mandarin ducks, kangaroos, deer, alpaca, cows and horses and other conventional animals, and then there are often some birds, which are not caged, walking on the ground at will. At the end of the day, you can see Kiwi Kiwi, New Zealand's national treasure, but there are only five of them, and it's dark, because it takes us two minutes to get used to Kiwi's nocturnal animals. Finally, by voice, we saw a big one. It seems that if you can't see it, you can go to the staff and they will give you advice. There is a gift area at the door. You can buy some souvenirs. Overall, it feels good.

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    Reviewed on 1519038589000
  • lulu0531
    5.0

    This is a local zoo. I listened to the online recommendation and consulted the front desk of the hotel. I heard that I could see the animals and kiwi birds in New Zealand. It's about eight kilometers away from the city centre. It's like driving for fifteen minutes. Today may be the weekend. Many parents come to play with their children. They can buy bird food to feed when they buy tickets at the door. Kiwi birds are nocturnal animals. If you want to see kiwi birds, you have to go into a small black house. When you go in, you can only see their eyes.

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    Reviewed on 1523543205000
  • 门子乀
    4.0

    Small "zoo", but very interesting, all-day activities can be attended, Paul will show you all kinds of animals, and introduce their origins and habits to you, good luck friends, you can touch the small koala here, and the zoo has the activity of holding koala photos, in other places there are "regret" friends, you can make up for it here.

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    Reviewed on 1419946545000
  • 大城小驴
    4.0

    Liuquan Wildlife Reserve, a beautiful and long-standing Nature Reserve in Christchurch, Canterbury, has been dedicated to protecting endangered animals in New Zealand since its opening in 1974.

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    Reviewed on 1487677796000
  • M44****533
    5.0

    Willowbank Wildlife Reserve is a unique wildlife attraction for visitors to understand and close to New Zealand. It also has an area for viewing non-native animals, including typical New Zealand farm-fed animals. It's about 20 minutes'drive from the center of Christchurch and 5 minutes' drive from Christchurch International Airport. The Willowbank Wildlife Reserve consists of three parts: New Zealand Wildlife, New Zealand Heritage and New Zealand Nature Reserve.

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    Reviewed on 1548626953000
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