Explore Blue River Provincial Park in Greater Noumea
Discover the Beauty
Welcome to Blue River Park, a renowned tourist destination and recreational haven for Greater Noumea residents. Established in 1980, this expansive 22,000-hectare park invites you to escape the daily hustle and immerse yourself in the extraordinary world of native plants and bird species that thrive amidst the ochre earth of the south.
A Blend of History and Nature
As you explore the park, you’ll encounter visible remnants of the forestry and mining operations from the last century. However, what truly astonishes is how swiftly nature has reclaimed its territory.
A Unique Natural Heritage
Blue River Park offers a glimpse into New Caledonia’s rich natural history found nowhere else in the world. The landscape transitions from maquis minier shrubland to lush forests and serene wetlands. This trifecta of ecosystems hosts a diverse array of flora and exceptional native wildlife.
The park is home to most of New Caledonia’s land birds, including the iconic cagou, New Caledonia’s feathered emblem. Here, these gentle creatures roam freely and are protected by a provincial program.
Activities and Tours
It can be as diverse as the park’s landscape itself. Enjoy a range of activities and themed tours, both on weekends and during quieter weekdays. Immerse yourself in the fresh air and experience a profound connection with Mother Nature.
Guided Tours with a Personal Touch
Our knowledgeable guides will accompany you on your journey and even prepare delicious meals in a natural setting, ensuring an unforgettable and 100% green experience.
Experience a day of respite and renewal at the Blue River Provincial Park!
Plan Your Visit Today!