waiheke tours Taste of Waiheke Tour

DEPARTS AT 10.30am daily


Combine your visit to Waiheke Island with this popular tour of some of the best food and wine experiences Waiheke Island offers. You'll enjoy a day of tastings at 3 vineyards and an olive grove, plus have the chance to indulge in locally produced foods such as mouth-watering preserves and world class olive oils. The tour includes a light lunch at Stonyridge Vineyard.

On arrival you'll be greeted at the wharf by your tour driver and directed to your coach. Enjoy a scenic drive to your first stop, Stonyridge Vineyard, where you'll enjoy a tour and tastings, plus a light lunch over views of the vineyard. You then depart for Rangihoua Estate, which introduces you to Waiheke’s olive growing industry, including tasting award winning olive oils. A stop at Casita Miro will leave you enchanted with the tastes and feelings of the Mediterranean. Your tour finishes with wine tastings at the beautiful Mudbrick Vineyard, with spectacular views of the Hauraki Gulf, before returning to the ferry terminal. When the tour is over you can take advantage of the complimentary All Day Bus Pass allowing you to further explore the island on the scheduled bus services at your own pace.

 

Availability:

Tour departs daily at 10.30am from downtown Auckland Ferry Terminal

Time: At least 5 ½ hours including ferry travel
Tour Price: Adult $150 (ferry fare, tour + all day bus pass are included)
Fitness: Easy

 

Please note: Vineyards on this tour may change without notice. People must be 18 or over to attend this tour. Children 16 or above may also attend, so long as they are accompanied by their parent or guardian. Adult prices will apply. A passport, HANZ 18+ Card, or NZ Drivers License is required as proof of ID to purchase or consume alcohol.

 

 

What to Bring

  • Good walking shoes, sun block and a sun hat.
  • A light rain jacket, depending on the time of year and conditions
  • Camera.

 

Additional Information

No tours Christmas Day, New Years Eve, New Years Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday or ANZAC Day.

Please note: Vineyards on this tour may change without notice. People must be 18 or over to attend this tour. Children 16 or above may also attend, so long as they are accompanied by their parent or guardian. Adult prices will apply. A passport, HANZ 18+ Card, or NZ Drivers License is required as proof of ID to purchase or consume alcohol.

 

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