- MondayOpen 24 hours
- TuesdayOpen 24 hours
- WednesdayOpen 24 hours
- ThursdayOpen 24 hours
- FridayOpen 24 hours
- SaturdayOpen 24 hours
- SundayOpen 24 hours
More info He pārongo atu anōVisit website
With stunning golden sand that stretches over two kilometres, clear turquoise waters, and surrounded by lush greenery, it's the ideal place for swimming, sunbathing, or a quiet stroll along the shore. (It’s also is Waiheke's longest beach).
If you're feeling hungry, Onetangi Beach has popular cafes and restaurants such as Charley Farley’s, The Boathouse, and ThreeSevenTwo. You can enjoy a delicious cup of coffee or some lunch while taking in the stunning views.
For those who love adventure, Onetangi Beach offers a variety of activities such as kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, horse riding, and fishing. You can also take a walk along the beach or walk from Onetangi to Palm Beach, which is a beautiful coastal trail that offers stunning views of the sea and the surrounding landscapes.
In addition to its natural beauty, Onetangi Beach is also famous for its lively atmosphere. During the summer months, the beach hosts several events and festivals, including the popular Onetangi Beach Races, with live music, food stalls, and plenty of activities. Onetangi Beach is a must-visit for anyone who wants to experience the vibrant culture of Auckland’s Waiheke Island. So, pack your bags and head to this gem for a peaceful day trip or a weekend getaway.
Location Te wāhi
The StrandPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
To get there Take a ferry from Auckland to Waiheke Island. Once you arrive at Matiatia ferry terminal on Waiheke Island, take a taxi or bus to Onetangi Beach. Alternatively, you can also book a direct transfer service or a guided tour from Auckland to Waiheke Island that includes a visit to Onetangi Beach.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Wait for the sun to go down to capture the perfect Instagram-worthy picture.