Bushy Park Tarapuruhi Night Spotting Kapiti Island

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2022-01-12T08:00:00.0000000Z

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Health And Wellbeing

Friday, January 14. Short bush walks. Bring sturdy shoes, warm clothing, torch, BYO cold drink and cup. Discover and enjoy this local sanctuary with mature forest, invertebrates, birds and wetland. Barbecue provided. Depart 5.30pm. Return approx 10.30pm. Adult $21 Child $11. Family (2A 2Ch) $53 Wednesday, January 18. Climbing fitness essential for the summit. Sturdy footwear, warm waterproof outerwear, binoculars, walking pole, BYO drinks, lunch, snacks. Kapiti Island has an important role in our history and forest and bird restoration. It is a tranquil island bird sanctuary and one of NZ’s most accessible nature reserves, providing a unique visitor experience in a predator-free paradise. Explore the coastline and forest with bird visits. There is time (1.5 hours) to climb to the summit. Depart 6.30am. Return approx 6.30pm. Adult $130 Child $100 Evening Talk: Colourful Guatemala Tuesday, January 18. Wheelchair access. Experienced Whanganui tour leader Bev Stuart talks about Guatemala, a small but vibrant Central America country we hear little about. Starts 7.30pm. Davis Theatre, Whanganui Regional Museum, Watt St. Adult $5 Child free. No booking necessary although numbers are limited.

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