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Karori Wildlife Sanctuary Open Day - June 20

Karori Wildlife Sanctuary Open Day - Sunday 20 June 2004

The Sanctuary is holding an Open Day on Sunday 20 June 2004 and everyone is welcome. Entry on the day will be just a gold coin donation. So if you haven't been to the Sanctuary before or you would like to see what is new since your last visit then make sure you come along on Sunday 20 June 2004. Open from 10am to 5pm with last entry at 4pm. Entrance is at the end of Waiapu Road, Karori, Wellington (adjacent to the Karori tunnel).

Karori Wildlife Sanctuary - Heritage of Gold Explorer Packs

Come to the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary over the July school holidays and explore the gold mining history of the valley. There are numerous gold mining relics to discover in the bush and a real gold mine to visit. Kids can spend an hour and a half exploring using a specially designed Explorer Pack to help them discover and learn about Wellington's own gold rush.

Explorer Packs include a trail task map, stickers, a postcard, a pencil and a sweet. Open from 10am to 4pm during the week and 10am til 5pm at the weekend. Entrance is at the end of Waiapu Road, Karori, Wellington (adjacent to the Karori tunnel).

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