Hot Tips for Exploring Waiheke

Waiheke Island is the ultimate island retreat. Waiheke is just a 35-minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland but it feels like a trip back in time. It's back to basics in all the best ways. No traffic lights and very few street lights. However amazing bed and breakfast and dining options abound.

Known as the island of wine for its many wineries and vineyards, a wine tasting or tour is a must. Enjoy a day trip or find accommodation and stay longer to really enjoy some of the fantastic activities on offer. 

ot Tips:

- Get into adventures! There are lots of activities for adventure seekers on Waiheke – try archery and laser clay pigeon shooting, hire a scooter, take a scenic flight or zoom across the tree tops on a zip line.

- Join a guided tour! Enjoy tastings of award-winning wines and relax over a scrumptious vineyard lunch.

- Stroll the sands! Wander along the white sand at Oneroa and Onetangi beaches – two of the island’s best beaches – and take a dip in the sheltered waters.

Waiheke Island is a place of lazy days and holidays, vineyards, olive groves and beautiful beaches and so much more....ask us for adcive - Phone 0273470629.

Because it’s so easily accessible from the city, Waiheke is an ideal day trip destination. If you’d like to stay longer and enjoy more of what’s on offer, there’s a huge range of bed and breakfast options (like ours).

aiheke Island is a national taonga (treasure) with many special places. Home to historic sites, wildlife and diverse habitats, the island is an important part of New Zealand’s landscape. Waiheke’s National Reserves protect natural, historical and cultural heritage and help to safeguard the biodiversity of the planet.