Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony

Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony

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J P Schurer

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

Nice to see the birds!

Reviewed about 3 years ago and experienced in January 2017

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Dina Schurer

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

Nice to see the birds in their own habitat.

Reviewed about 3 years ago and experienced in January 2017

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Dries

Belgium

Ranking: 9/10

Too cool to be blue! No pictures are allowed.

Reviewed over 3 years ago and experienced in December 2016

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Sophie

Germany

Ranking: 10/10

Be there after 3pm and have enough time there, when you are patient you will see a lot of penguins on the beach - awesome and free.

Reviewed over 3 years ago and experienced in November 2016

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Nicholas Strozza

United States

Ranking: 8/10

The set up was very comfortable for the guest and the penguins appeared to be very uninterrupted by the observations.

Reviewed over 3 years ago and experienced in October 2016

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Jasmine Rogers

England

Ranking: 10/10

If you want to see penguins, come here. The Albatross Centre in Otago offered a similar experience but for double the price. This area in Oamaru let us see over 300 penguins coming ashore. This was a spectacle to see. I would do the night viewing and pay the extra, you won't be disappointed!!

Reviewed over 3 years ago and experienced in November 2016

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Lothen

Ranking: 8/10

Very nice short trip, we only saw two penguins because we were too early. Best time to go is 5pm.

Reviewed about 4 years ago and experienced in February 2016

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Jill Stebbing

England

Ranking: 9/10

We had waited hours to see two yellow eyed penguins in the distance earlier so decided to pay to see them instead. Saw 70 or so come ashore!

Reviewed about 4 years ago and experienced in March 2016

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Philipp

Germany

Ranking: 2/10

You hardly see the penguins. Too far away.

Reviewed over 4 years ago and experienced in November 2015

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Lea Watterson

Canada

Ranking: 9/10

Expensive but awesome to see. Too bad you couldn't get closer or take photos. I understand why though.

Reviewed over 4 years ago

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James Esele

Germany

Ranking: 7/10

You can see some penguins and if you are lucky some seals. But it was very cold and you have to wait.

Reviewed over 4 years ago and experienced in December 2015

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Fanny DeBon

France

Ranking: 8/10

Very good view of the penguins, we could see them struggling to get on the beach and meeting their 'mates'.

Reviewed over 5 years ago and experienced in December 2014

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Hubert

France

Ranking: 10/10

We could see penguins at night or early in the morning near the port and on the beach - AMAZING!

Reviewed over 5 years ago and experienced in November 2014

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Christoph

Germany

Ranking: 10/10

You wait on the wharf behind the fence and see the landing of the penguins.

Reviewed over 5 years ago

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Coralie Ambrosino

France

Ranking: 8/10

Wait till 10pm and you will see a lot of penguins crossing the road!

Reviewed over 5 years ago

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Kiernan Matthew

United Kingdom

Ranking: 7/10

Staff helpful and informative and good to see lots of penguins. However it was quite pricey and not being allowed to take photos was a shame, although I understand some people accidentally leave the flash on and scare the penguins which explains ban,.

Reviewed almost 6 years ago and experienced in February 2014

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Alexis Redor

France

Ranking: 9/10

Very cheap to see penguins.

Reviewed about 6 years ago and experienced in January 2014

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Henrik Suefke

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Yes it is a bit pricey, but the experience of >150 penguins (in Oamaru), walking 2 metres past us to their burrows was incredible. If you can, pay extras for the premium tickets to be closest to the action.

Reviewed about 6 years ago and experienced in February 2014

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Lars Borgaa

Denmark

Ranking: 4/10

We were in New Zealand 12 years ago and had a beautiful experience with the Blue Penguins and it was beautiful. Now when we came with our daughter it was made into a business and the cost of it was around $80.

Reviewed about 6 years ago and experienced in January 2014

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Sagi

Israel

Ranking: 2/10

We saw only one! Waste of time. If you want to see them for free, go to the Catlins.

Reviewed about 6 years ago and experienced in February 2014

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Lorraine Walker

England

Ranking: 9/10

First class, magical experience. Saw penguins close up and chance to walk via the resting sites.

Reviewed almost 7 years ago and experienced in February 2013

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Michael Walker

England

Ranking: 10/10

Delightful experience watching them heading to their nesting boxes from the sea.

Reviewed almost 7 years ago and experienced in February 2013

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Glenn Surzur

France

Ranking: 4/10

Very expensive and it is a tourist attraction.

Reviewed over 7 years ago and experienced in March 2013

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Jim Woodruff

United States

Ranking: 10/10

Couldn't wait to get there and watch 168 little bues finish their daily fishing and come home. Great!

Reviewed over 7 years ago and experienced in February 2013

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Mette, Bo, Viktor & Olivia Seligmann

Denmark

Ranking: 4/10

We found it a very expensive turisty setting. But we were there beginning of April and only saw 20-25 penguins, so I am not sure how many you will find if you go to some of the other locations around town?? A few people had told us that the penguins would be everywhere, also in the parking area. That is not the case this time og year.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Michael Nolan

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Very enjoyable visit - so nice to see creatures in the 'wild' behaving in a normal manner for them. Hope our visit fees help to preserve these endangered birds.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Liam Day

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

See and experience penguins at old Oamaru without paying for a tour. Saw lots walking around streets, well worth it.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Lis Bon

Denmark

Ranking: 10/10

Fantastic!

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Marjo Cousijn

Netherlands

Ranking: 9/10

Very interesting, good and a lot of information.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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C Schaap

Netherlands

Ranking: 8/10

Very good.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Dagette

Australia

Ranking: 8/10

Yes there was a cost involved and you can see them for free elsewhere - however we went on a lovely night, no wind and fellow tourists were all lovely. My son got to chat with guide al lot and helped spot the rafts of penguins coming in. For those in Australia - think Philip island on a much much smaller scale.

Reviewed almost 8 years ago

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Frank Schedler

Germany

Ranking: 5/10

Very commercial activity, nice nature and animals but the money not worth it - watch it outside in the nature.

Reviewed almost 8 years ago and experienced in February 2011

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gareth williams

United Kingdom

Ranking: 5/10

expensive experience and bad experience! surrounded by rude people in the grand stands standing and climbing over people, taking pictures with flash when requested not to do so. felt sorry for the penguins they should not have to deal with loud people in their habitats. saw more penguins down in the car-park and on return journey to the campsite! waiting at the hide at the yellow eye colony is a much better experience.

Reviewed almost 8 years ago

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Hazel & Alan Damerell

England

Ranking: 10/10

Awesome experience - value for money.

Reviewed about 8 years ago and experienced in February 2012

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Wright

England

Ranking: 10/10

A bit commercial, but penguins choose to reutrn daily, so top marks

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in February 2012

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Emma Bagguley

United Kingdom

Ranking: 4/10

$10 for a student, guides did not advise us when the best time to see them was until we had paid so we went during the day when 90% of the penguins are at sea. Go early or late in the day.

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in February 2012

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John A Jerome

United States

Ranking: 6/10

Chinese were disruptive and distracting taking pictures and not staying seated.

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in February 2012

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Katrawa

Germany

Ranking: 5/10

Very touristy, lots of people, could not see the penguins coming out of the water, but sweet penguins.

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in February 2012

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Koster

United States

Ranking: 10/10

Surprised at how great the 'show' was! About 100+ blue penguins came in from the sea within a 45 minute time frame. Wonderful way to view them and even watched the feedings!

Reviewed over 8 years ago

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Michael & Rosemary Smith

United Kingdom

Ranking: 9/10

Anyone interested in birds should see these, anyone not interested should too!

Reviewed over 8 years ago

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Jensen Bresbenbeek

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

Was nice on the beach to watch the penguins come. Tourist centre disappointing. Too short and too little to see in comparison with the price.

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in November 2011

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Rebecca & Hugh Small

United Kingdom

Ranking: 5/10

We loved seeing the penguins though the commentary lacked excitement. However, we paid $25 and afterwards we saw dozens of penguins on our walk back! For free......

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in November 2011

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Steve

Netherlands

Ranking: 3/10

Not worth the money! You have to pay big bucks while you are not even allowed to take a picture or film, even without flash. The organisation has webcams, mikes etc.

Reviewed over 8 years ago and experienced in November 2011

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Tim Laurent

Denmark

Ranking: 5/10

DON'T PAY FOR ACCESS! Wait until it is dark and look out for penguins around the carpark. Too expensive.

Reviewed about 9 years ago and experienced in March 2011

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Louise van der Hyden

New Zealand

Ranking: 4/10

We saw 4 penguins in boxes, we thought there would be more.

Reviewed about 9 years ago and experienced in March 2011

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Lynda Hutchins

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Very informative tour of Oamaru and penguin site. Excellent talk at penguin sanctuary - very knowledgable.

Reviewed about 9 years ago and experienced in March 2011

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Keith Ogley

United Kingdom

Ranking: 6/10

Interesting and staff helpful but day time visiting expensive for what it is.

Reviewed about 9 years ago and experienced in March 2011

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topsy08

France

Ranking: 7/10

It was nice to see the penguins up close but there were a lot of people there, very touristy and it felt a bit fake. Not too pricey but then not much info given either.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Charlie

United Kingdom

Ranking: 9/10

Fun watching the penguins ( some 200 or so of them) come ashore at night.

Reviewed over 9 years ago and experienced in February 2011

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Naomi Kosteaman

Netherlands

Ranking: 9/10

See 200 penguins coming home out of the sea going to the nest in 1 hour.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Doris Neuber

Germany

Ranking: 7/10

Most of the information the guide has given couldn't understand because he spoke very fast and not well pronounced. (Maybe other foreigners have the same problem).

Reviewed over 9 years ago and experienced in February 2011

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Katie Mitchell

Australia

Ranking: 9/10

We loved watching the little blue penguins, great they can provide this facility where you can sit comfortably & watch the little guys come back to their homes. Would've been 100% if some of the people could have controlled their kids better, but this isn't the Operator's fault.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Gerhard

Germany

Ranking: 8/10

Successful but a little bit commercial.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Rian Bach

Netherlands

Ranking: 5/10

You wait a long time to see a few penguins coming out of the water. If you bring your binoculars its nice, but still a little like a tourist trap.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Kasten

Germany

Ranking: 8/10

Very sweet, but too touristy.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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C P Lawrence

United Kingdom

Ranking: 4/10

A poor commentary, we did far better the next evening at Pilots Beach, Otago Peninsula doing our own careful viewing by good torch light.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Julia

Germany

Ranking: 5/10

You just see some penguins walking out of the sea. Really cute but too expensive as well.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Teknik151

Germany

Ranking: 4/10

Sure, you get to see about 100 blue penguins, but the entire "show" feels like a ripoff. If you wait outside the venue or spend some time waiting near the harbour you might as well see some penguins really close - without busloads of tourists and without the fee.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Andy Martin

United Kingdom

Ranking: 8/10

200 blue penguins came ashore at dusk in rafts (feb), waddle ashore to their burroiws, often standing around preening themselves - wait til the end and then get a closer view when less peeple around.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Dana Pagliarini

Germany

Ranking: 5/10

We had a guided tour and the guide was not that good - there were only two penguins with their chick visible in a dark chamber - but we were not informed about this before.

Reviewed over 9 years ago

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Werner Zuis

Germany

Ranking: 1/10

Rip off, touristy, spectacle, not worth one dollar, tourist trap.

Reviewed over 9 years ago and experienced in December 2009

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Bowness

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Excellent.

Reviewed over 9 years ago and experienced in March 2010

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Warris2500

Australia

Ranking: 4/10

Total rip off.

Reviewed almost 10 years ago

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Versteeg

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

Pretty good sighting at dusk when penguins return. Entrance fee is rather high.

Reviewed about 10 years ago and experienced in May 2010

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Richard Pearson

New Zealand

Ranking: 6/10

Okay but limited viewing, however well run with good information available.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in January 2010

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David B

England

Ranking: 9/10

Fab. Sit near the top of viewing area 2 the views of the penguins coming home to nest - out of this world.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Victoria Slater

United Kingdom

Ranking: 6/10

It was fantastic to see the penguins - you're guaranteed to see them here. However we felt it was rather overpriced and the woman giving the show was so bossy and officious as to make us feel a bit ripped off.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Don & Alice

Netherlands

Ranking: 9/10

Seeing the penguins come home after a day of fishing is awesome.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Sievers

Germany

Ranking: 9/10

Nice look at penguins, good explanations, little to expensive, cute.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Anji Sprinks

United Kingdom

Ranking: 8/10

Driver great and very informative. The operators at the penquin sites should be given customer care course, to be taught how to speak tourist in a pleasant manner.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in April 2009

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OliverG1

Germany

Ranking: 9/10

Nice walk, unfortunately no penguins, but two seals.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in April 2009

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Ronny

Netherlands

Ranking: 6/10

Not allowed to make pictures. Told us after we purchased the tickets.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Sheila Morgan

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

We raced there from Christchurch to see them at dusk. Very tiny Blue Penquins - so sweet, so patient, thoroughly recommended

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Amanda Iavarone

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Paid a small fee towards conservation. Very informative talk. Saw 130 penguins.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Annette Schmitt

Germany

Ranking: 4/10

Very expensive for a view, very cold, cute and many very little penquins, the staff behaves as they have a lot of customers every day.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Cyriel Schacken

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

they have to take better care of the peguins after the visit.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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Thorben Thede

Germany

Ranking: 9/10

New, nice to see especially when you stay to the end, when there is only a couple of people left

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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Terry Phillips

England

Ranking: 8/10

Watched these little blue penquins come out of sea at dusk and back to their nesting burrows. A fantastic experience.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Nadine Schaee

Switzerland

Ranking: 6/10

Too cold, waiting time too long, expensive, but we liked the penguins

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Marcel Schleinkcfer

Switzerland

Ranking: 10/10

Quite exciting to discover seals and penguins in the the wild. Other seal view points such as Ohao Point which are of course even more exciting since seals can be seen in great number.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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Alexis De Wilde

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

Price too high for what we have seen.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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Mark Jenkins

United Kingdom

Ranking: 5/10

$5.00 too see penguins. Pointless as they were all in nest during the day.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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Silvana Thom

Switzerland

Ranking: 10/10

Respectful!! Great.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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Simon Bartholomew

Ireland

Ranking: 10/10

Up close and personal.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in November 2009

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cees juffermans

Netherlands

Ranking: 3/10

They seemed like a protecting company. We were not allowed to take photos, yet the speaker and kids make so much noise. It was un-natural.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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wenerz

Germany

Ranking: 1/10

A touristy spectacle and a rip off. Not worth one dollar. Tourist trap/

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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Chance McGuire

United States

Ranking: 10/10

Great experience! Saw something like 150 penguins come ashore. It's pretty cool to watch them head to their homes where their families are waiting anxiously. Be careful when you're driving off, there were penguins stumbling around everywhere... pretty entertaining in itself. Well worth the money.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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purplekat99

United States

Ranking: 9/10

I loved it! Yes, it was a little overpriced and the commentator when I was there wasn't the best, but I saw sooo many penguins! Was really fun watching them all "fall" onto the shore. If you want to save a few bucks, try your luck in the parking lot when everyone is leaving. Those penguin warning signs don't lie! Had to avoid a few on the drive out.

Reviewed over 10 years ago and experienced in January 2009

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alasiac

United States

Ranking: 10/10

Great information on the penguins, very helpful staff. Viewing hatch is a bit smelly.

Reviewed over 10 years ago

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brianp

United Kingdom

Ranking: 8/10

Good commentary on the history of the town and visit to little blue penguins. Pity there wasn't much time to see them before the coach had the leave.

Reviewed about 11 years ago

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Rose and Jess Damon and Esler

Australia

Ranking: 6/10

Excellent viewing of penguins coming ashore (that's what we came for, right?) BUT... they really need to get a different commentator. The guy reading the nature information sounded like a grade four student reading aloud in perfect MONOTONE for the first time. Also, they need to work out how to control the weather, 'cause we got soaked. And we wish we had realised there were vouchers available BEFORE we paid for it. Oops.

Reviewed about 11 years ago

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JanW

Germany

Ranking: 8/10

A very good project. Its worth what you pay for it.

Reviewed about 11 years ago and experienced in March 2009

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ChristineM

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Excellent viewing of Penguins coming ashore.

Reviewed over 11 years ago and experienced in February 2009

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SebastianGermany1

Germany

Ranking: 9/10

A ranger showed us the yellow-eyed-penguins on the beach.

Reviewed over 11 years ago

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SiegfriedL

Germany

Ranking: 10/10

Everything was Okay.

Reviewed over 11 years ago and experienced in February 2009

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Ian

England

Ranking: 8/10

Great experience. Just feet away from these unique little creatures. Downside is coach loads of people ariving mid landing and failing to understand 'Can you please be quiet'

Reviewed over 11 years ago

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Tatjane

Austria

Ranking: 2/10

Far too expensive. You can also see penguins on the parking side.

Reviewed over 11 years ago

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Paul

Canada

Ranking: 9/10

Great info & facilities.

Reviewed over 11 years ago

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Klaus

Germany

Ranking: 7/10

Masses of people in buses coming through.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Volders

Belgium

Ranking: 10/10

They were very flexible with us and we were able to tour during the day so we could take the kids. Took us behind the scenes and offering us a unique personalised service. Great informative photos so the kids could learn also.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Dot & Gordon Quaid

United States

Ranking: 9/10

Mid-November visit, glad we made the decision to watch the penguins arrive en masse at the colony. They could be seen from every seat in the hide and were fascinating to watch. Little Blues also nest under old buildings in historic Oamaru where they walk the streets at night, lol...but the organized viewing was a nice way to spend the evening, lots of penguins to see. This is a good experience for kids and the behind the scenes tour is very interesting too.
Be careful driving in the area - the penguins cross the roads - and one reason no one told us (except Michelle at Bushy Beach) why you don't take photos: the flash hurts the penguin's eyes, in addition to scaring them. Wish they would post signs wih that info in town.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Roger & Margaret

England

Ranking: 8/10

Done pretty well. You can pay a little more and look into the nesting boxes which is interesting.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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John Howlett

Ranking: 7/10

Blimming cold and windy. Narrator was an ex school teacher and patronising.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Dupre

France

Ranking: 7/10

Well explained but needed to be there for the night tour. More penguins.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Paul Cowie

United Kingdom

Ranking: 9/10

Very enthusiastic staff. Entertaining to watch the penguins, cool little guys!

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Floren

Germany

Ranking: 9/10

Really well organised. About 10m away from the penguins

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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Killerblow

Ranking: 10/10

Absolute quality! Great viewing area, informative commentary and a host of other creatures (possums, shags, rabbits and even a ferret(?)) to keep you entertained before the "raft" (a group of little blues floating around in teh sea) comes ashore. Must see when in Oamaru.

Reviewed over 12 years ago

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TeamFlorida

United States

Ranking: 10/10

Even great in the rain

Reviewed about 13 years ago and experienced in March 2007

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John Beirne

United Kingdom

Ranking: 10/10

Would be good if they controlled the crowd a bit better.

Reviewed about 13 years ago and experienced in March 2007

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Pete

United Kingdom

Ranking: 9/10

Best $15 we have ever spent but please don't let people come in late!

Reviewed about 13 years ago and experienced in March 2007

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Mitch

England

Ranking: 8/10

Shouldn't let people in late - esp when penguins are coming ashore.

Reviewed almost 14 years ago and experienced in February 2007

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Ian

England

Ranking: 9/10

To us worth every dollar just to see the penguins.

Reviewed almost 13 years ago and experienced in February 2007