Beaches of Waiheke Island

Waiheke Island is a magical location where residents and visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing which local beach to visit. We hope that the information provided below will give you a better understanding of Waiheke Island beaches and their characteristics. This information has been developed with the intention of being helpful for both potential holiday goers and potential investment owners, to assist you in your decision for your next holiday destination or your next purchase for your investment portfolio.

If you own an investment property or a home you wish to rent out on Waiheke Island and are interested in our services, we are happy to provide a free, no obligation quote for either the long term rental management or nightly rates for holiday accommodation.

Click on the images below to learn more about the beaches and their characteristics. If you have any questions about the beaches of Waiheke Island then please do not hesitate to give us a call – we are more than happy to help.

Blackpool

Oneroa

Blackpool---Waiheke-Island

A peaceful, rocky beach, the opposite coast to Oneroa. Close to shops and 5 minutes to the ferry.

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Oneroa---Waiheke-Island

Oneroa is a picturesque township just 5 minutes from the passenger ferry.

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Onetangi

Orapiu

Onetangi---Waiheke-Island

Onetangi is a 1.87 km golden sand beach with cafes and bars nearby.

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Orapiu---Waiheke-Island

Orapiu is the largest settlement on the eastern part of island. No shops.

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Palm Beach

Rocky Bay

Palm-Beach---Waiheke-Island

Palm Beach is a residential area, and is also popular with families/holiday makers. Close to Oneroa.

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Rocky-Bay---Waiheke-Island

The Southern bay – leafy and peaceful with native bush and 3 sheltered coves.

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Surfdale

Surfdale---Waiheke-Island

Surfdale/ Ostend is a convenient location near schools, the supermarket and shops.

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