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With its golden sand and clear water, Oneroa Beach is the ultimate destination for swimming, sunbathing, and unwinding in the sun. This beach strikes the perfect balance between liveliness and tranquility, surrounded by stunning scenery that includes lush trees and breathtaking ocean views.
Oneroa Beach isn't just a feast for the eyes; it also offers a host of activities for those seeking adventure. Whether you're into water sports like paddleboarding and kayaking or prefer a leisurely stroll along the shore, there's something for everyone. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy beach volleyball and soccer, while nature lovers can embark on walks ranging from a short five-minute stroll to the beach to a satisfying five-hour loop around Park Point.
If relaxation is your aim, Oneroa Beach has got you covered. Find a cosy spot under the shade of a tree to read a good book, or simply lie on the beach and work on your tan.
And when hunger strikes, fear not! Oneroa Village, just a stone's throw from the beach, offers a delightful array of dining and refreshment options. Savour the flavours of the local cafes, restaurants, food trucks, and ice cream stands. If a picnic is your preference, bring your own delicious treats and enjoy a leisurely lunch on the soft sand.
Oneroa Beach on Waiheke Island is a dream come true for beach enthusiasts, offering a vibrant and tranquil escape with activities, relaxation, delectable dining options, and picture-perfect moments.
Location Te wāhi
191 Ocean View Road, Oneroa, Waiheke IslandPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
You can take a ferry from Auckland's downtown ferry terminal to Waiheke Island and then catch a bus to Oneroa Beach. The ferry ride takes approximately 40 minutes.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
At low tide, walk around the rocks to reach ‘Little O’ (Little Oneroa Beach) or use the track up over the hill, which takes you between the two beaches.