Paradise Valley Springs in Rotorua first welcomed the public in 1939 as a trout springs attraction. While the trout are still there, the park has grown extensively to include a collection of birds, long-finned eels, alpaca, goat, deer, llamas, pigs, sheep, wallaby and even a pride of lions. It is set in a well-maintained bush environment with tree top walks. Visitors can feed some of the animals (the deer, alpaca and llamas usually walk up to people). They also do daily lion feeding. A family pass is available for 2 adults and 2 kids at $82.50 or you can pay for the entrance fee of $30 per adult and $15 per child. 4 and under are free. Paradise Valley Springs is on 467 Paradise Valley Road in Rotorua.
Find out more about Paradise Valley Springs here: https://www.paradisev.co.nz/