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In landscape, lifestyle, and experience, Waiheke is a world away.
Waiheke is a terrific island that is at a reach of 35 minutes from the mainland. Well-known for its rows of vineyards and olive farms, Waiheke Island is home to some of New Zealand’s most celebrated wineries and creating some of its most renowned wines.
Waiheke Island is New Zealand’s most densely colonized island. The fact that it has endless nationals and is a tourist hotspot implies that it has ripened many activities for you to pamper in. Spend the day out soaking up the sun on Onetagi beach or any of the nine others, and head out to a winery just before lunch for a wine-tasting tour since it has so many vineyards and wineries. The island also has a cinema, and an arts theatre for various performances, complemented very well by the local art galleries and studios. Other extremely engaging activities include archery, zip-line, and shooting.

Waiheke Island is discovered almost 50 km away from downtown Auckland. This journey can be achieved by abiding by a ferry from Auckland Harbour and the 50 km ferry ride ranges from 40 minutes to an hour and a half. Fullers Ferry service employs 32 daily ferries that exit from Auckland and takes 40 minutes whereas the SeaLink NZ service operates ferries running to Waiheke Island 3 times a day and the ferry takes 1 hour 20 minutes to reach. The attractions which attract tourists to the isle are listed below:
New Zealand
Visa Requirements
Visa in not needed for EU citizens. Everyone else need a visa.
Languages spoken
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Area (km2)
300,000 km2


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