Rare species include the Takehe (previously thought extinct) the Kakapo (near extinct) and the Saddleback, etc.The ferry departs from the Ferry Building at 9am and returns at 4.45pm.It is more like a cruise on the harbour, often accompanied by dolphins.Please note that there is no food available for purchase on the island, so you must bring your own supplies.
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To follow the build up to the falls you can hike the Spa Park to Huka Falls trail, an easy one hour walk that begins where the river is still lazy and wide.
Passing through exotic and native forests, the track emerges again alongside the river and the roar of the falls grows louder at every turn.
In 1840 the Treaty of Waitangi was signed between the British Crown and various Māori chiefs, bringing New Zealand into the British Empire and giving Māori "equal rights" with British citizens.
There was extensive British settlement throughout the rest of the century and into the early part of the next century.