Wild Thyme is located in Little Oneroa, close to restaurants, vineyards, beaches and cafes.
Eating Out - 372
Three Seven Two is named for the first three numbers of the Waiheke phone number, and it’s something of a metaphor for this cheerful beach spot, right across the road from Onetangi.
Eating Out - Cable Bay
The Bistro is elegant yet relaxed, our multi award-winning bistro has large windows that open out to stunning views. Or choose the casual and contemporary Verandah - an irresistible place to enjoy a few hours in style.
Tours - Waiheke Wine Tours
We have shared the island’s scenic highlights and the character-filled boutique vineyards with thousands of lovely clients from all over the world since 2011.
Eating Out - Batch Winery
Thomas’s Bach Food & Wine destination is quintessentially Waiheke. The highest altitude vineyard on the island you'll find relaxed island-style eating with plates and high tea to share with family and friends.
Fun Times - Wild On Waiheke
Wild on Waiheke - home of Wild Estate Vineyard & Restaurant, Waiheke Island Brewery, is a relaxed, giant outdoor beer garden. It’s a place you can unwind and chill out right amongst the vines.
Eating Out - Te Motu
Te Motu’s vineyard lies in the heart of Waiheke Island’s Onetangi Valley, where it is sheltered from the north by the ridge which guards Onetangi’s famous beach, and from the west by the massive rocky outcrop known as Stonyridge.
If you are arriving from overseas and wanting to get a cost-effective taxi into Auckland City to catch the Fullers Ferry to Waiheke Island, we recommend Cheap Cabs. Don't let the name put you off - their service is friendly and their cars and drivers are top notch.