Pukaha National Wildlife Centre is an unfenced sanctuary for native wildlife. The 942-hectare forest is home to wild kōkako and kākā, while inside the aviaries are breeding nests for endangered birds for release across Aotearoa New Zealand. Pukaha Mount Bruce Native Wildlife Centre is considered a trip highlight. The centre has an engaging kids programme, an exhibit explaining the breeding project for kiwis and an onsite shop and cafe. The Mt Bruce Lookout Walk is accessed via the car park. See TOP-10 things to do in Wairarapa, trip guide, what to see: NZ Jane.
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