At Alert Level 2, the festival can go ahead with the current restrictions.

17. Pukekura Park

10 Fillis St (but other entry points too)

Located in the heart of New Plymouth, Pukekura Park is a Garden of National Significance, has a five-star rating from the New Zealand Gardens Trust and has held the international green Flag award for six years running. Created in 1876, the 52ha park has an amazing range of native and exotic plants displayed in a natural setting. The Fernery and Display Houses have been a must-see for almost a century. Linked by tunnels, the three glass-topped caverns dug into a hillside and the tropical house display a wide variety of native and exotic plants. The Fernery and Display Houses are open 8.30am-5pm. Guided walks and tours availalble, 

Guided Walks and Tours

Guided walks and tours availalble Read More >

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7. Frog Lodge

Frog Lodge will not be opening this year.
David and Noeline Sampson have made the right decision for their family not to open for the festival. David suffered major injuries after a fall last month, which caused serious damage to both legs. He is still on the long road to recovery. I’m sure you will all agree with us, this is the right move but a very sad one.

We wish him a full recovery. Read More >

9. Te Kainga Marire

Te Kainga Marire is the only private native garden sanctuary in New Zealand to be rated as a Garden of International Significance. Read More >

10. Sequoia Steps

A tranquil inner city hideaway orientated to comfortable outdoor living. Read More >