Chef and Oyster Inn owner Josh Emett shares his insider tips for Waiheke Island.
Waiheke is a food and wine lover’s paradise,
with world-class vineyards and great restaurants that are open year round. There are idyllic, beautiful beaches, more than 100km of trail walks, heaps of activities like zip-lining, kayaking and fishing.
Park Point Walk is a mixture of deserted beaches, NZ native bush, rocky coastlines and also a chance to eye some of Waiheke’s most luxurious homes. Although better reserved for a rainy day, the Waiheke Cinema is an unconventional and eccentric cinema where seating is locally donated couches and sofas.
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If you have time for kayaking,
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