Food and Eating

Visit Waiheke and discover why the island has earned a reputation for its artisan produce, all served with outstanding views over the Hauraki Gulf. Boasting more than 30 vineyards and wineries, Waiheke has an ideal micro climate for growing both grapes and olives. Spend an afternoon tasting olive oil before moving on to a vineyard for handcrafted wines on the terrace as the sun goes down.

There are many excellent fine dining venues including Stonyridge, Mudbrick, Cable Bay and Te Whau. For more casual café or pub style menus try 4th Avenue and Charlie Farley's at Onetangi, Fenice, Delight Café and Ricky's Bar or the woodfired pizzas from Dragonfired. For local gourmet goodies - artisan breads and sheep's cheese, browse the Saturday market at Ostend or the Island Thyme deli.

Rangihoua Olive Estate

A tour at Rangihoua makes a great highlight of any trip to Waiheke Island. After the warm Rangihoua welcome, begin the tour by viewing the olive trees, then onto a demonstration of the harvesting techinques.
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from $0

Waiheke Island Coffee

If you are looking for something a little different to do whilst you are on Waiheke, why not learn the tricks of making great coffee from a professional?
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from $70

The Cute Caravan Company

Meet Lilli our 1968 Lilliput Caravan which has been transformed into a bar for hire (a caravan bar) at weddings and events.
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from $1250