Dead Dog Bay
Wander steep pathways through rainforest, wetlands and gardens scattered with sculpture.
Founded as Goldwater Estate in 1978, this is Waiheke’s pioneering vineyard. The tasting room sells well-stocked baskets for a picnic...
Wild On Waiheke
This winery and microbrewery offers tastings, archery, laser clay shooting, pétanque, a sandpit and a giant chess board.
Fresh local produce, and local craft and secondhand knick-knacks.
218 Te Whau Dr · interesting places nearby
Te Whau information
Perched on the end of Te Whau peninsula, this winery restaurant has exceptional views, food and service, and one of the finest wine lists you’ll see in the country. Try its own impressive Bordeaux blends, merlot, chardonnay and rosé for $3 per taste (11am to 5pm).