Waiheke Weather The land area of Waiheke Island is 92 km2,
with a relatively long coastline of 133 km. The surrounding ocean, and
associated sea breezes, moderate rising temperatures in mid-summer,
while the ocean moderates falling temperatures at night. On average,
Waiheke's temperatures are up
to a degree warmer than in Auckland
city, while the rainfall is about three-quarters of that measured in
High and Low temperatures (avg per month, based on the past 4 yrs)
Our weather station monitors
and updates local weather conditions on the web. If you can't
see an image
below, click on the link above
to view the current conditions and intraday extremes.
Things to do on a typical sunny day on Waiheke
Enjoy these activities, if indoor pursuits
Enjoy one of several lovely coastal walks,
bush walks or explore Whakanewha Regional Park. Click here for a an excellent map showing the local attractions.
at one of the local beaches: Oneroa, Little Oneroa, Palm Beach,
Onetangi, Matiatia, Church Bay, Blackpool, Surfdale, Putiki Bay, Rocky
Bay, Whakanewha, Man o' War Bay.
Take a ferry to Devonport or the city. There are also regular ferry services from Orapiu to and from Rotoroa Island or Coromandel township.
Grab a beach picnic of fish and chips at
Oneroa, Palm Beach or Onetangi; or a pizza at Little Oneroa.
Visit some of the island's olive oil producers.
Walk to our three neighbouring wineries, or
visit several of the others that are dotted around the island.
Linger over a long lunch overlooking the water
in Oneroa, Onetangi, or at top class vineyard restaurant.