Things To Do

Waiheke Island boasts many fantastic attractions, gorgeous beaches and stunning views + award winning vineyards and restaurants, arts, theatre and music culture. The diverse range of people who live and work on Waiheke make this island truly unique.

 

Activities on Waiheke

Activities range from those suitable for families, children of all ages, wine or art connoisseurs, those looking for a thrill, explore nature or those simply looking to burn some energy.
Close to us are: Onetangi Beach, for safe swimming and beach lounging, surrounding walks, Forest & Bush Reserve, Children’s playground, Eco-Zip (Flying Fox), Wild on WaihekeAdventure Fishing ChartersWaiheke Board RidersStony Batter War Tunnels and The Eastern Loop Road.

 

Dining on Waiheke

Dining is a definite treat! You will find Metro Winning Restaurants, Beachside Café’s, authentic cuisines, Lunch bars and a delicious array of ethnic foods at the Saturday Market.
Close to us are: Charlie Farley’s and The Boathouse Bar & Cafe (overlooking Onetangi Bay), Takeaway Fish and Chips, Pizzas & Burgers, Casita MiroPoderi CrisciPassage RockTantalus, Te Motu – The ShedStonyridge.

 

Vineyards on Waiheke

Vineyards are in their element and for wine lovers; you don’t have to look far. The Waiheke climate offers wine growers the absolute best for growing voluptuous fruit and producing stunning wines. Waiheke is on top of the stage for its Red Wines in particular; however some of the Chardonnays are just gorgeous.
Close to us are: ObsidianMiro, Tantalus, Te MotuStonyridgePoderi CrisciPassage Rock, Man ‘O’ War.

 

Art, Theatre and Music on Waiheke

Art studios are most commonly found at the artist’s place of residence or in the main town of Oneroa at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery. If you time your visit right; there is a bi-annual Sculpture on the Gulf event that showcases many talented artists from around the world. The pieces are located along a coastal walk way and is a free event running from the end of January to mid February.

Artworks showcases local theatre productions, musical and dance events and the Waiheke Community Cinema hosts new release movies, with sofas for you to lounge back in while you watch the movie.

The Musical scene on Waiheke covers all tastes; Blues, Soprano, Choirs, Rock and Cover bands. There are many local venues that showcase live music throughout the year so check out the local papers during your stay.

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