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Kids, Bring Your Dad for FREE on Father’s Day

Kids, Bring Your Dad for FREE on Father’s Day

As a special treat, all Dads get free entry into the Sanctuary on this special day! What a great opportunity to check out some of our new attractions like the scenic boat ride on the lower lake.

Other Entry Fees:

$8 Adult, $4 Child, $20 Family (2 adults, 3 children). No charge for Sanctuary members or pre-schoolers. Open weekdays 10am to 4pm, weekends and public holidays 10am to 5pm (last entry one hour before closing).

Visitor Information Line:

Phone 04 920 2222

Visitor Centre:

Located at the end of Waiapu Road, Karori (first left after the Karori tunnel).


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