Close to Auckland and blessed with its own warm, dry microclimate, Waiheke Island has long been a favorite escape for city dwellers and visitors alike. On the island’s landward side, emerald waters lap at rocky bays, while its ocean side has excellent sandy beaches.
Waiheke Island also has plenty of outdoors activities to enjoy. A network of walking trails leads through nature reserves, the kayaking and ziplining is excellent, and there is plenty of clay pigeon shooting to enjoy.
What Jobs Can I Do?
- Seasonal Head Chef
- Seasonal Sous Chef
- Casual Chef
- Front of House for wedding and functions (November-April)
- Cellar Door Tasting Assistants (November-April)
- Activity Facilitators
Where Will I Live?
There are a few hostels on the island where you can start out, and shared housing is also easy to find once you are there.