Extended Family Membership offers the following for up to six members of the family including children up to 15 years old. This also means Nana and Grandad can join with the family. Children under 5 years are admitted free of charge.
12 months unlimited access to Pukaha Mount Bruce for 4 adults and up to 4 children (aged 5-15 years)
10% off in both the retail store and The Kākā Cafe.
A Pukaha gift voucher is a great present for the family. It can be redeemed for admission into Pukaha Mount Bruce, used to gift guided tours, behind the scenes tours, a day on our Junior Ranger school holiday programme, used to purchase items from our retail store or redeemed at the Wild Cafe at Pukaha. Pukaha gift vouchers are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
Entry to Pukaha Mount Bruce for 2 adults and up to 4 children (aged 5 - 15 years). Children under 5 are free.
Enjoy 6 daily talks and feeds as well as seeing Manukura and Turua in the kiwi house, visit the kiwi nursery, view 3 short films in the theatre and get involved in the interactive gallery. Visit all the aviaries full of native birds and wander through regenerated native bush.
Pukaha is open every day (except Christmas Day) from 9am - 4.30pm.
"A young boy's fascination with eels leads into the gentle exploraiton of the joys and sorrows of life and death. When the young boy grows up and become a soldier, his journey to the Great War on the other side of the world is shadowed by that of the eels, as they make their own amazing journey to their breeding grounds deep in the Pacific Ocean"
Based on the longfin eels who live at Pukaha Mount Bruce and nearby Anzac Bridge.
Written by Ali Foster and Illustrated by Viv Walker
(Part of the Pukaha "Our Stories Pack" also available for $65)
This true story tells how one man tried to save the takahe from extinction. In the 1950s Elwyn Welch hatched a clever plan to help breed takahe. Elywn's farm later became Pukaha Mount Bruce, New Zealand's National Wildlife Centre.