We finally got to visit the Otorohanga Kiwi House in January, something we have been meaning to do for years. It was raining the day we visited but that didn’t detract. Advertising says that this is best place in New Zealand to see kiwi and we would certainly agree, having viewed kiwi in various locations throughout the country. Kiwi feeding takes place here every day at 1.30pm, so along with quite a number of other visitors, we crammed into the viewing area. The keeper moved between two enclosures which held one kiwi each of different species. Very interesting to compare the behaviour of the two. From here, we strolled around the huge aviary where we saw many different NZ native birds in a natural forest habitat. The park also carries out a breeding programme which includes kiwi, tuatara and native reptiles. There are several pricing options to visit, but generally it costs $20 per adult, discounted if you’re staying at the Camp Kiwi which is adjacent. The park is open every day except Christmas Day and is wheelchair friendly. Highly recommend this attraction.