Has a bit of everything children loved it and it was our third visit
Haven’t been here for a while so nice to go back still got those really big eels it’s a pleasant walk. Spent 3.5 hours just wandering around looking, had a bit of a wait in line so the wife could pat the 5 month old Lion cubs . Everyone else was waiting as well so no drama. Huge trout in... More
I was over in New Zealand from Australia in November , it was a wonderful holiday, and Paradise valley springs was one of my high lights....I am going back over in May with a friend and i definatley will be back
Patting the 4 month old lion cubs. Watching the lion feeding and lamas and other animals, trouts,etc . They have a white donkey that kept approaching my daughter to have its head patted and so did the white lama. Beautiful day, great walk and family loved it!!
A nice Dutch gentleman we met in the Bay of Islands recommended going to Paradise Valley Springs Wildlife Park, so we listened. At the Paradise Valley Springs Wildlife Park, we got to pet two baby lion cubs, feed and pet wallabies, walk through lovely forested areas, drink from a stream where they actually bottle water, see spotted trout, and enjoy... More
It was pouring with rain, we were offered large umbrellas to use. Lovely walk round, very well kept, the kids really enjoyed the lion cub petting even though there was quite a queue, Worth going to, cafe wasnt up to much, very basic food so take a packed lunch
We came here mainly to see the 5 month old lion cubs, and were pleasantly surprised to see an excellent trout display and good farm animals. We went to rainbow fairy springs first, and we probably would have saved ourselves a few dollars and not gone if we had come here first!
My young three year old daughter had THE BEST time. The interaction with the animals is second to none. Highly recommended.
Depends on the person. Ive been 3 times as i purchased one ticket for another attraction and had choice of a free ticket and each time i was with other family members who hadnt seen it..the place is well kept and beautiful for people who are into this kind of thing...wildlife,trout etc,. Its just not really my thing but again... More
My son had the experience of a lifetime patting the lion cubs, and at 7 years old, he will hopefully never forget it! The park is set out very well, the walkways are well maintained and easy to move around, even down to the toilets, they are straight out of a 4 and half star hotel, very flash indeed! Would... More
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