Auckland City Highlights Tour + Waiheke Wine Tour

Experience New Zealand's largest city with its beautiful harbours, dormant volcanoes before cruising across the Waitemata Harbour to visit three of Waiheke's most famous vineyards.


Learn about the city’s history and discover the spectacular scenery on this introductory half day tour of Auckland. You’ll visit the city’s oldest park, the Auckland Domain and explore Parnell, a historical village transformed into boutiques, cafes and antique shops. Our tour will then take you along the scenic waterfront route of Tamaki Drive to spectacular views of Eastern Bays, Auckland city and the Hauraki Gulf.

Then take a 40min cruise across Waitemata Harbour to Waiheke Island for a guided tour of three premier wineries - Mudbrick, Ridgeview Estate and Te Whau. Test the many varieties of gorgeous wines and take in outstanding views from the vineyards of the city landscape to the stunning Hauraki Gulf.

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Physical address

102 Hobson Street, Auckland Central, New Zealand.

Pricing and Conditions

Adult $220.00
Age restriction:
Other charges:
Lunch. Booking fee may apply
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Cancellation policy:
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Facilities and Features

Proximity to airport:
23km to Auckland airport
Proximity to coach terminal:
Departs from SkyCity InterCity Coach Terminal
Proximity to town:
We are located in the central city

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Opening times

Business hours:
6:30am - 8pm / 7 Days
Months of operation:
All months of the year

Language support

  Written Spoken
Chinese (Simplified) NO YES
Japanese NO YES
Spanish NO YES

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