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Price and Availability Index in Waiheke Island
Vacation Rental Price Information on Waiheke Island
The graph shows average prices of rental prices on Waiheke Island for the next twelve months. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in December (12/1 - 12/8), where prices hit an average of $131 a night. Prices drop in October to an average of $54 per night (10/19 - 10/26).
Rental Availability Information on Waiheke Island
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. In December (12/22 - 12/29), only 56 are available. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers on Waiheke Island in December (12/1 - 12/8).
The Weather on Waiheke Island
Above are the weather conditions for Waiheke Island. February is the warmest month on Waiheke Island with average maximum temperatures of 75°. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 46° low. The rainiest month is February while the driest month is January.
Explore the wine haven of Waiheke Island with a vacation rental
Enjoying its own warm and dry micro-climate, Waiheke Island is admired globally for its fine wines. As well as beautiful wineries, visitors can expect unspoilt beaches, artistic delights, and a laid-back atmosphere - perfect for a relaxing stay in what New Zealanders call a 'bach', or vacation accommodation.
Discover more than thirty wineries on Waiheke Island, each with tasting rooms and first-rate restaurants too. Passage Rock Wines boasts more awards than any of the island's other wineries, and serves delicious stone baked pizzas. The Goldie Estate is another highlight, with a delicatessen providing well-stocked picnic hampers, which you can eat on the grounds.
Stonyridge is the island's most-famous vineyard, producing reds that are shipped around the world. Take the tours, or relax in the cabanas dotted around the pretty gardens with a fantastic deli platter and a bottle. The café has a luxurious ambiance and occasionally hosts up-tempo parties in the summer.
Sculptures and scenery
Headland Sculpture on the Gulf takes place every February, when a clifftop is the dramatic setting for a contemporary sculpture exhibition. Throughout the year, the steep paths of Dead Dog Bay are interspersed with attractive sculptures taking numerous forms.
Connells Bay is another art hotspot, filled with works by the who's who of New Zealand artists. Over at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, there's a focus on the work of local artists, and a fantastic gift shop for picking up souvenirs.
Waiheke Wine and Food Festival
Each April, the Waiheke Wine and Food Festival sees 17 vineyards come together to celebrate the island's produce. Gourmet food and musical events keep attendees entertained, along with plenty of wine.
Music fans can look forward to the Waiheke International Jazz Festival in April, which sees top acts from far and wide descend on the island. To take in the island's stunning scenery, join the Waiheke Walking Festival, which takes place each November.
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