Ferry Auckland Waiheke IslandWaiheke Island Ferry Auckland
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The Waiheke Island Air Centre UK
Waihenke Island is a delightful haven from the hustle and bustle of the hustle and bustle of the beautiful coastal cities with almost 100 km² of indigenous bush land. Auckland, New Zealand's northern island town, is the gate to Waiheke Island. The Waiheke Island lures the visitor with the promise of ocean adventure, from angling to kayak, canoeing and charter.
Those who would like to stay on the floor with both legs, there are many adventures in the desert, such as cycling, hiking and vineyard trips. Waiheke's warm, arid summer is perfect for winemaking as the modest island produces some of New Zealand's most sought-after years. The best cellars on the island are the Cable Bay vineyard with ocean view of the continent and the unbelievably scenic, well-established Goldie Vineyard, which also has a café.
The Whakanewha Regional Park is a favourite destination for walkers and picnics on the southern side, while a number of trails across the island show the best of Waiheke's treasures of nature. While a half days excursion is an optional extra, a full days stay in an appartment on the beach or a B&B overlooking the vineyards is the perfect way to discover Waiheke Island.
Coromandel to Auckland Ferry
Take a 360 Discovery ferry from downtown Auckland and take a leisurely 2-hour drive through Hauraki Gulf to Hannafords Wharf near Coromandel Town. Departure from Orapiu to Waiheke Island and a great means of transportation for your Coromandel wedding! Excursions and accommodation are available at Coromandel adventure and can be arranged through 360 Discovery Cruises.
Free shuttles take all incoming and outgoing ferryboats to 20-minute drive from Coromandel Town.