New born piglets at Stoney Oaks (Photo by Gail Simons)
356 Kaimata Road, R. D. 8, Inglewood, Taranaki, New Zealand    

Gidget the  Possum (Photo by Gail Simons)
(Photo by Gail Simons)

Stoney Oaks is a unique wildlife park that brings people and animals together in an extraordinary way.
We adopt the hands-on approach so there are heaps of animal cuddles to enjoy. You can brush a cow, tickle a pig’s tummy, hand feed possums, cuddle deer, Highland calves, sheep and goats, hold baby rabbits and guinea pigs.
Row a boat amongst black swans. Take a native bush walk, enjoy the pet eel and goldfish.

Tenzing, the Himalayan Thar

Animals to see include Fallow and Red deer, rabbits, wild and Kunekune pigs, Highland cattle, possums, Nubian goats, donkey, chinchillas, Tibetan yak, llama, guinea pigs, Miniature horse, ostrich, emu, Damara sheep and Himalayan thar.

We are eight kilometres out of Inglewood, close to Everett Park and the Christian Camp on the corner of Bristol and Kaimata Roads, Inglewood.

Adults and teenagers $20.00, and everyone 12 years and under $5.00.   Bottle feeding $5.00  (Sorry, no EFTPOS.)   Phone (06) 756 7624 for open days, as we are not open all the time.

(Photo by Gail Simons)

Open on school holidays, advertised days and to school and group visits by appointment. Phone (06) 756 7624

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Taranaki Tourism
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