Waiheke Ocean Adventures

Whether you’re visiting for a day or holidaying on Waiheke Island, we’re your local fishing experts. Catch some snapper for dinner, or maybe it’s hunting for your first Kingfish, Waiheke Ocean Adventures can make it happen.

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    Delamore Lodge

    88 Delamore Rd, Oneroa, Waiheke

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    Delamore Lodge. A luxurious lodge on Auckland’s Waiheke Island – the jewel in Auckland’s stunning Hauraki Gulf. Just a 35-minute ferry ride or 5 minute helicopter flight from downtown Auckland, Waiheke is a favourite destination for lovers of luxury travel. Delamore Lodge is built cliffside with commanding views overlooking Owhanake Bay, superior facilities, first-class service and delicious dining. Inspired by the Mediterranean with a unique New Zealand flavour, this elegant and exclusive luxury lodge is designed in the shape of a traditional Maori fish hook (Matau) and is literally moulded into the hillside.

    Onetangi Beach Apartments

    5/7 Fourth Avenue, Onetangi, Waiheke

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    Onetangi beach Apartments. An elegant blend of 1-2-3 bedroom apartments overlooking Onetangi beach. Clean and stylish within distance to many eating facilities.

    Kiwi House

    23 Kiwi street, Oneroa, Waiheke

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    Kiwi House. Waiheke Island Accommodation
    Kiwi House is a boutique Waiheke Bed & Breakfast offering six guest rooms set on two levels, amidst spacious decks and an attractive garden setting.We are perfectly located in Oneroa, Waiheke’s main village and just 5 mins by taxi from Matiatia Ferry Terminal and 7 mins by vehicle from Kennedy Point Car Ferry Wharf.

    Waiheke Island Resort

    4 Bay Road, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island,

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    Three Seven Two

    21 The Strand, Waiheke Island,

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    A beautiful restaurant with a sea-view to match, Three Seven Two is one of Waiheke’s greatest treasures.
    The delicate menu, created by Head Chef Bronwyn Laight, changes sporadically to utilise the freshest produce that day. Take a seat at one of their white tables for a late lunch, or relax in the garden bar and make a night of it.

    Fenice

    122a Ocean View Road, Oneroa, Waiheke

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    Fenice is a spot for fine Italian food, Situated right in the middle of Oneroa (Waiheke Island’s main village), Fenice is a short walk from the beach and an easy 5 minute bus ride from the passenger ferry at Matiatia.A great spot to watch village life go by.

    The Oyster Inn

    124 Ocean View Road, Oneroa, Waiheke Island

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    We’re an award-winning beachside bistro with three gorgeous guest rooms. Situated on stunning Waiheke Island, The Inn’s perfectly located in the heart of Oneroa village, with gorgeous views across the bay.

    Whether you are settling in for a weekend lunch with friends, a night away, or simply a crisp glass of wine at the bar, we have just the spot for you.

    Since opening we’ve become a Waiheke institution, much-loved by the resident locals, our regular Auckland visitors and those visiting from further afield. Just a 35 minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland, there’s no traffic jams getting here.

    Stonyridge Vineyard

    80 Onetangi Rd, Waiheke

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    Stonyridge Vineyard is the ongoing dream of owner Stephen White. In 1981 Stephen returned to New Zealand after sailing a Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race, skippering yachts in the Mediterranean and Caribbean, and working at wineries in France, California and Italy. It was during this 3-year adventure that Stephen came to love the culture and lifestyle of the Mediterranean and the great red wines of France, Tuscany and California.After extensive climatic research Stonyridge was discovered as the ideal north facing site to ripen and produce a world class Bordeaux style red wine.
    The first Bordeaux vines and olive trees were planted in 1982 with the help of close friends and family. This makes Stonyridge the first commercial olive grove in New Zealand. When Cabernet Franc and Malbec were planted in 1983, it was the beginning of New Zealand’s first Bordeaux four blend.

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