Whether you are stopping for an afternoon or staying for the weekend there are lots of different activities to do in Foxton! Have you visited....
Te Awahou Riverside Cultural Park
The Te Awahou Cultural Park is full of Foxton's history and the journeys made to settle here. You can also discover the story of Foxton's flax industry and finish the day looking at murals or walking beside the Manawatu River Loop- and it's only a minute away from Wildlife Foxton! Click here to visit their website.
Ten minutes walk away from Wildlife Foxton is the Museum of Audio and Visual Technology. MAVtech is home to an intriguing collection of vintage radios, televisions, cameras, cinema equipment and record players and is located inside the historic Coronation Hall. Click here to visit www.mavtech.org,nz and discover their next open day and movie screening.
Off The Loop
Get your adrenaline pumping with Foxton's very own cable wakeboarding park! Catch some air with a hydrofoil or navigate the inflatable obstacle course. Click here to visit Off The Loop's website and find out more.
The Wildlife Foxton Trust works with a range of local organizations to raise awareness of Aotearoa's forgotten fauna and protect our town's environment. We would like to acknowledge...
Environment Network Manawatu
Comprising of over sixty local organizations Environment Network Manawatu supports projects across our region. Visit their website to find out how you can get involved.
Manawatu Estuary Trust
Foxton's Manawatu Estuary is a RAMSAR site of international importance. The Manawatu Estuary Trust advocates for the estuary and runs public talks, tours and clean-up days. Discover the Manawatu Estuary Trust's next event by visiting their website.
Land Air Water Aotearoa has a host of resources about our natural environment. Click here to discover their fact sheets on estuary health.