Waiheke Island NZ
Located in the stunning Hauraki Gulf is Waiheke Island, a family-friendly oasis with plenty to offer. Waiheke was first named Te Motu-arai-roa, (the long sheltering island) after its welcoming nature, and home to many species of wildlife including the illusive Kaka. With 40 kilometres of enticing beaches, an award-winning zipline and multiple magnificent DOC managed walking tracks, the island is full of activities for those with a more adventurous side. Looking for something a little more relaxed? The island also has over a dozen vineyards and wineries with world-class kitchens including New Zealand’s top wineries; Cable Bay, Stonyridge, Mudbrick and Tantalus Estate just to name a few. Sightseeing highlights include Rangihoua Estate the multi-award-winning producer of Extra Virgin Olive Oils, Waiheke Community Art Gallery housing some of New Zealand’s best artists and Ecozip flying fox zip-line and guided hike experience.
Waiheke Island and its exuberant treasures await you. It’s sure to be a trip you will never forget.
No visa required.
|Currency used||New Zealand $|
|Area (km2)||92 km2|