How much does it cost to take your car to Waiheke Island?

October 23, 2020 Off By idswater

How much does it cost to take your car to Waiheke Island?

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Price (travel from 1 September 2021)
Fares~ One Way Return
Car only – up to 5.5m + Pricing Available Online Pricing Available Online
Bicycle only (free to foot passengers who have purchased and are travelling on a 10-Trip, 30-Trip or Monthly Passenger Pass) $5.00 $10.00
Motorcycle only $40.50 $81.00

Can you take your car on the Waiheke ferry?

Waiheke is a haven of beautiful vineyards, olive groves and beaches, all just a 35-minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland. And if you’ve already got a car or bike, you can bring it over with you on the car ferry.

Where does the car ferry to Waiheke leave from?

Address: Kennedy Point Ferry Terminal, Donald Bruce Road, Waiheke Island. Kennedy Point is situated on the southern side of Waiheke, in Putiki Bay. Alongside the main ferry ramp there’s a public boat ramp with a floating dock. If you decide to leave the car at home, the new regular bus service has you covered.

Can I take my car on the Fullers ferry?

No you can’t take a car on a Fullers ferry, as we operate a passenger service only, however you can hire a car or scooter – check out our Drive Waiheke package for a cost-effective option.

Do I need a car on Waiheke Island?

Driving on Waiheke is easy though most roads are narrow and winding. If you’re staying very far from the main hub of Oneroa Village and wish to visit many of Waiheke Island’s attractions, we would definitely recommend hiring a vehicle for your visit.

How long is the car ferry from Auckland to Waiheke?

The Fullers Ferry service runs up to 24 times per day with a sailing duration of around 40 minutes while the Sealink NZ service runs up to 3 times per day with a duration from 1 hr 20 min. So that’s a combined 27 sailings on offer per day on the Auckland Waiheke route between New Zealand and Waiheke Island.

Do you need a car on Waiheke Island?

Can you walk around Waiheke Island?

Features of Waiheke’s walkways range from areas of historic interest to native wood pigeons. This brochure details eight of the island’s major walkways and their side trips, which can either shorten or lengthen the walk. Many of the roads are narrow so take care when walking.

Is Waiheke Island worth visiting?

Waiheke Island is worth spending at least a couple of days exploring, but if you’re short on time or just yearning for a scenic New Zealand day trip, we can help you map out a one-day itinerary. Here’s how to make the most of the island’s best attractions in 24 hours.