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Tuatara beer and food match evening

Tuatara beer and food match evening

Bookings: (04) 920 9200.
Event link: www.visitzealandia.com/event/tuatara-beer-food-evening/

This popular annual event, now its third year, has an extra special treat -Tuatara Breweries launch their new “Tuatara Tripel”, a Belgian beer, just the day before so book now to taste this and six other tasty Tuatara beers matched beautifully with special dishes prepared by Rata Chefs Mat Gorrie and Jamie Evans.

Your host Russ Drewry will introduce each course and share his knowledge from years in both the brewing industry and conservation and operations team at Zealandia.

All profits go back in to our conservation and education work.
Rata Café. Eat. Drink. Support our wildlife.

$65 per person. Limited to 60 spaces. Booking essential.
Bookings: (04) 920 9200.

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Tuatara February continues at Zealandia, with a chance to meet Spike this Sunday from 2pm - his skin is softer than you'd expect!
How long can a tuatara hold its breath? Download our tuatara fact sheet to find out.


Photo: Zealandia. High res.

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