This was a great idea to create a wildlife sanctuary so close to the city of wellington. It provides a fascinating insight into the birdlife of New Zealand, and the network of paths and walkways around the two original Wellington reservoirs, give the opportunity for walks and strolls at leisure or with one of the very knowledgeable volunteer guides. It was a lovely rural oasis, providing a good contrast to the urban/cultural experiences of the city. I would recommend this to others seeking a few hours of peace and tranquility and the opportunity to learn about natural history of NZ.
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