Huka Prawn Park
Located just 5 minutes north of Taupo, and nestled beside the beautiful and tranquil Waikato River, you will find New Zealand's only Prawn Fishing Park, and the stunning Huka Prawn Park Riverside Restaurant.
Floor area: 300m2
- Capacity: 150
- Capacity: 180
Corporate lunch options
The Huka Prawn Park Riverside Restaurant is the ideal place for a relaxing corporate lunch. Set in over 6 hectares of land dedicated to the production of New Zealand fresh water prawns and extensive herb and vegetable gardens, the Riverside Restaurant offers tasty, wholesome dishes and a stunning view of the mighty Waikato River.
Incentive, Teambuilding and Activities
Huka Prawn Park offers hours of entertainment, and fun for all ages and abilities. Touring through our nursery & hatchery, your delegates will see the prawns up close in the aquarium, learn about our unique history and even hand feed the baby prawns!
Challenge your delegates to a ‘Prawn Fishing’ competition! Prawn fishing is a fantastic corporate activity, it’s easy for everyone to get involved and it brings out the competitive spirit of your delegates.
Delegates who would prefer to relax can sit back and watch the prawn fishing action while soaking their feet in the geothermal foot bath!
Delegates can pedal over ponds full of prawns on our aqua trike or pedal boats, or test their balance on the stand-up paddle boards.
Take a break from the conference room. With the combination of our unique activities, beautiful riverside location and delicious lunch menus, you won’t find another venue like this!
How to find us
Ask The Local
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