This is some views of Shakespeare park in Whangaparoa Peninsula, which is north of Auckland, New Zealand. This park is special because there is some parts sectioned off from the main land by a huge rabbit fence. The fence is well over 9 feet high and keeps pests out that kill our New Zealand native birds. These pests are rats, mice, weasels, ferrets, stoats, rabbits, opossums, cats, dogs.
When people go, it is free to visit, but you don’t take dogs in here. You drive through an automatic door that opens and closes automatically. It’s well worth a visit and it is a very large park.
Well worth a visit. It is near the end of Whangaparoa Peninsula, but on the end is an Army camp which is a shooting range and no-one is allowed in there. I guess for safety reasons.