Walk the stunning coastal tracks and deep forest trails of the gorgeous Waiheke Island with iWalk Waiheke.
Cross paths with world-class wineries, food, scenery and birdlife. iWalkWaiheke offers multi-day self-guided walking tours with gourmet food and relaxed accommodation.
Rangihoua Mountain Bike Trails and Onetangi Sports Park
Take your mountain bike for a spin on the Rangihoua mountain bike trails or enjoy a walk around Onetangi Sports Park.
There are six trails forming two loops, take your pick, or do them all!
Poukaraka Flats Campground
Pitch a tent at Poukaraka Flats Camping Ground in a stunning location next to Rocky Bay.
Stony Batter Historic Reserve
Drive to Stony Batter and walk amongst the impressive remains of a WW2 defence battery.
Stony Batter is considered to be an engineering heritage site of international significance. It has been registered as a Category 1 Historic Place. It is only reachable with a vehicle as no public transport is available.
Whakanewha Regional Park
Whakanewha Regional Park is great for spotting tui, kereru and the rare NZ dotterel. It offers sheltered swimming on a long, sweeping beach with a bush-clad backdrop.
You can also enjoy camping and picnic sites on the foreshore. There are superb walking tracks too.
Te Ara Hura Walking Trails
This collection of walks is the perfect way to explore Waiheke Island and discover its natural beauty. On the Te Ara Hura walking track network, you can explore the coastline, pass through native bush and visit historic sites.
A Te Ara Hura adventure can be built around overnight stays, tastings or great meals at vineyards, and top-up stops at cool cafes. Simply follow the Te Ara Hura marker posts to stay on the trail.
Man O' War Vineyard
Man O’ War Vineyards offers a unique cellar door experience for those who want to venture down the unexplored eastern end of Waiheke Island.
Discover the award-winning wines and relaxed atmosphere which is perfectly matched by its beautiful beachfront setting. New kitchen launching this summer, Family and dog-friendly.
Come and spend the day at Man O’ War Bay.
Punga and Tawa Lodge
Escape to Waiheke Island, a subtropical paradise just 35 minutes by ferry from downtown Auckland. Two lodges (Punga and Tawa) in two different locations with self-contained and bed and breakfast accommodation.