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Palm Beach

27 helybéli ajánlja

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March 7, 2020
Closest Beach to Gulf View
March 5, 2020
Located on the Northern side of the Island, provides a sheltered beach with a gentle swell. Great playground for the children.
December 28, 2019
The Waiheke locals' favourite beach. White sand, clear water, a great playground for the kids, a good neighbourhood store, coffee and a bar/restaurant.
November 9, 2019
Only 2 kms away. Amazing white sand, safe waters. A restaurant and small shop, as well as children’s playground and changing rooms with toilets. Free BBQs on site.
November 6, 2019
my favourite beach on the island, little shop and restaurant at the back of the beach

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“Great spot for kids if the weather isn't great. They have a free Makers Space Club on Sundays at 10.30am -12pm where kids can use the 3D Printer and do other activities.”
  • 5 helybéli ajánlja
Művészeti galéria
“Waiheke has a thriving arts scene and the gallery in Oneroa is a great place to see these works. ”
  • 23 helybéli ajánlja
“A full range supermarket you can find the majority of grocery items here. Being a chain you get the nationwide discounts for items that are on special too, making this a much cheaper shop than other places on the island. Located in Ostend makes this harder to get to however if you don’t have a car. Although all the buses do go past here making this a viable option.”
  • 22 helybéli ajánlja
“Well worth the drive - fantastic trip around the island and great views all the way. Coupled with some of the island's best wines when you get there. ”
  • 35 helybéli ajánlja
National Park
“Perfect for a day trip, set back from a sheltered swimming beach. Birdwatchers can spot kererū, tūī, pīwakawaka (fantail) and tūturiwhatu (New Zealand dotterel) in the wetlands and along the coast, while kayakers can explore nearby inlets and bays. The parkland has a history of Māori and European settlement, with a pā site and terraces still visible on the headland. In the 1830s it was used for boat building and forestry by Pākehā settlers.”
  • 18 helybéli ajánlja
Auckland, Auckland 1081