Waiheke Island

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Waiheke Island is situated in the Southern Hauraki Gulf, off the East coast of North Island, New Zealand and is the best-known attraction in Auckland. Resplendent with rolling hills, it is the fifth largest island in the country and is more populated than others. In Maori dialect, Waiheke means “Cascading Waters”.

About Waiheke Island

About Waiheke Island

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In the late 19th century, the island was the site for manganese mining. Waiheke Island is linked to Auckland by ferry services. Waiheke Island is known for its famous beaches, mesmerizing landscapes, and flavorful wineries. Avocados are one of the Waiheke Island’s prime crops. The island is also known for its olives.

Why Visit Waiheke Island?

Why Visit Waiheke Island

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As remote as it is, Waiheke Island is still been able to fascinate many celebrities like Beyonce, Bill Gates, Justin Timberlake, and Madonna. Earlier considered to be a hippie hangout, Waiheke Island is now considered to be a tourist hotspot. Over the last 10 years, many dynamic changes have taken place.

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