Considered by many locals to be Waiheke Island's most prestigous beach. With pohutakawa trees growing out of the white sands, sub-tropical bush in the valleys, and clean clear waters to swim or snorke...

Garden Cove is a sheltered, sandy, horseshoe-shaped bay approximately half way between Onetangi and Hooks Bay on the northern coastline of Waiheke Island. Waiheke Island has a place that is natura...

Every Saturday from 7.30am the people of Waiheke Island congregate to buy and sell, swap stories and catch up with friends over a cup of fresh Island coffee. A real community market: arts and craft...

Te Matuku Bay was once a busy thriving community, but that was 135 years ago. These days its quiet, with a vineyard at its head waters called Passage Rock Wines. Here you can have a pizza from a wood ...

The far eastern end of Waiheke is where Thumb Point juts out. Waiheke's last frontier with a man living on the point in a small hut. His name is Doo and his work is looking after the farm. This area i...