Where to see kiwi
Many facilities around New Zealand are home to kiwi, plus there are places where, if you’re lucky, you could see one in the wild too.
See kiwi in captivity
Kiwi North, Whangarei
Auckland Zoo, Auckland
Butterfly Creek, Auckland
National Kiwi Hatchery Aotearoa, Rotorua
Te Puia, the New Zealand Maori Arts and Craft Institute, Rotorua
Kiwi House and Native Bird Park, Otorohanga
The National Aquarium of New Zealand, Napier
Nga Manu Trust, Waikanae
Pukaha, Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre, Wairarapa
Wellington Zoo, Wellington
Orana Wildlife Park, Christchurch
Willowbank Wildlife Reserve, Christchurch
Kiwi Birdlife Park, Queenstown
National Kiwi Centre, Hokitika
Westcoast Wildlife Centre, Franz Josef
Alphen Zoo, Netherlands
Vogelpark, Walsrode, Germany
Zoologischer Garten Berlin, Germany
Frankfurt Zoological Park, Frankfurt Germany
Toledo Zoo, Toledo Ohio
Franklin Park Zoo, Boston, Massachusetts
Smithsonian National Zoo, Washington DC, United States of America
Columbus Zoo, Columbus, OH, United States of America
World Conservation Society, Bronx, NYC, United States of America
See kiwi in the wild
Rotoroa Island, Hauraki Gulf, Auckland
Trounson Kauri Park, Waipoua Forest, Northland
Aroha Island Ecological Centre, Kerikeri
Kiwi Wildlife Tours, Warkworth
Zealandia: The Karori Sanctuary Experience, Wellington
Kapiti Island Alive, Kapiti Island
Habitat Tours, Tawharanui – Freephone: 0800 422 868 (0800 HABTOUR)
Russell Nature Walks, Russell, 027 908 2334
Okarito Kiwi Tours, Franz Josef
Kiwi Wilderness Walks, Tuatapere
Nature Quest New Zealand Birding & Nature tours, Dunedin
Orokonui Ecosanctuary, Dunedin
Ruggedy Range Wilderness Experience, Stewart Island/Rakiura
Learn more about kiwi
All kiwi are the same, right? Wrong. There are actually five different species of kiwi, all with their own unique features.
Threats to kiwi
The national kiwi population is under attack from many different threats, including predators, loss of habitat, and people.
How you can help
Many hands make light work. Keen to join the mission to save the kiwi? Here are some ways you can help.
For kiwi to thrive, we all need to work together. Find out what you can do to help save the kiwi, wherever in Aotearoa you happen to be.
To continuing saving the kiwi, conservation groups need funding. Support the mission by making a donation, setting up a fundraising project, or engaging with other fundraising initiatives.
Shop for kiwi
Show your support for Save the Kiwi and some of our wonderful sponsors by purchasing products that will help us do more of what we do.
Awhina mai ki a hoki te kiwi ki te wao tapu nui a Tāne
Help return kiwi to where they used to live
Donations over $5 are tax-deductable in Aotearoa. Thank you for supporting kiwi conservation.