Things to do at the Farm Park

The farm park evolved from Jan and Wilf's mutual interest in natural history and became an environment that children found stimulating and rewarding. Jan and Wilf created a wilderness garden that has the character of a rainforest, where there are no distinct boundaries between buildings and trees, one encroaching on the other. Over the years they have shared this rural atmosphere with many visitors, including school parties.

One aspect of significance for visitors is that the property adjoins the upper reaches of the Waikanae river, with picnic areas and tables under the trees, and swimming holes for the hot summer days.

Park charges are: Adults --$8 each, Children--$5 each (from two years). $1.50 for animal food.
We cater for group and school visits. 
Please contact us for further details.

Autumn reflections- Water fowl refuge Reikorangi Farm Park small

Autumn reflections- Water fowl refuge Reikorangi Farm Park

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The farm park is home to a wide range of animals, including deer, llama, donkeys, kea,
peacocks, geese, cockatoo, wallaby and kune kune pig.
They are such a delight to children and family, where they can view these animals at close range, or even pat them and talk to them.