Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease
Kauri dieback is an incurable disease threatening our native kauri trees.
Here’s how you can help protect our kauri for future generations:
- Scrub – clean all soil off your footwear, tyres and other gear, every time you enter or leave a forest/area with native trees.
- Spray – your footwear and gear at every cleaning station. Kauri dieback can be spread by just a pinhead of soil.
- Stay – on the designated open tracks; never step on kauri roots.
- Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home.
Safe, organised and fun experience for children aged 6 through to 99.
Hug a Donkey, stroke an Emu, feed a Llama, hold a Turtle, ride a Pony, tickle a Pig and go on a trailer ride through a herd of milking cows and much more.
Focus on the present moment. Learn and practice mindfulness techniques each and every Monday with Sara Smallman- registered mindfulness teacher, during our Mindfulness Hour.
We are excited to bring you Pukekohe's very own Country Market.
A great range of high-quality boutique stalls including various types of jewellery, garden art, wooden toys, pet items, clothing for the whole family, original artwork, gift items, soy candles and much more!
Wanting to come to Spookers and get the whole experience?!
Spookers Bloody Buffet's have it all. Enjoy a delicious buffet meal, and then try to keep it all down as you venture through our horrifying R16 attractions!