Our Horses have starred in many feature films,The Last Samurai, The Hobbit, Warriors Way and more. Let Moss, Felix & Harry take you on a magical horseback riding adventure. Escape with us for the day and ride across secluded private land and beaches.
Tour Prices ~ Ridge Tour $195 ~ Peninsula Tour $345 ~ Transfers $30 return
Te Motu-arai-roa, 'the long sheltering island' Is a haven of tranquil bird song, white sandy beaches, native bush, wineries, walks and cliff top views. A weekend haven for many. All just 35mins from Auckland Central.
Waiheke Horse Tours is based at 402 Orapiu Rd, just before Passage Rock Winery. 17 kms from the Matiatia Ferry, transfers are available.
We have been awarded the Qualmark award for our tourism business under the Sustainable Tourism Business criteria. For us to achieve a Bronze award we were evaluated and met all Qualmark minimum standards across 40 key components: Sustainbility, Health and Safety, Visitor Experience, Professionalism, Hospitality and friendliness. We know our stuff! Qualmark is a certification that helps travellers quantify the information they are presented about New Zealand tourism experiences. It acts as the final seal of approval that signifies the experience they are paying for is one of the most high quality, safe and sustainable experiences New Zealand has to offer.
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***$99*** If you are keen to travel around the Island at your own pace take advantage of the Car and Ferry Combo only $99* you’ll get 1 return ferry ticket to Waiheke Island and one full day car or scooter hire with Waiheke Auto Rentals (they are located 100 meters from Matiatia Ferry Terminal) Bookings can be made through the Fullers Call Centre on 09 367 9111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org We often hear first time visitors surprised at how much bigger Waiheke Island is than they imagined. There is 133 kilometres of coastline, is 19.3 km long and has a width that varies from of 0.64 to 9.65 kilometres. It’s also very...
Te Matuku Peninsula is privatly owned land closed to the general public, only local farm vehicles and residents who are aware of our horses being on the Peninsula. Our tours are all taken at a walk, however if your group is experienced and wish to go at a faster pace we will evaluate the skill level of group beforehand. What to Wear All riders are provided with a helmet. We have rainwear if needed. Please wear appropriate closed footwear, long trousers are the most practical option, long sleeves are advised to prevent sunburn we have plenty of sunblock on hand. Top up with plenty of water beforehand. For the children we...
Waiheke has it’s own micro climate. Its location to the east of Auckland in the Hauraki Gulf means the island is protected from the prevailing colder wetter west and southwest winds, making it both drier and warmer than Auckland. Tide Times
We are located 2 kilometres down a metal driveway which starts at 402 Orapiu Road. Look for the Te Matuku Sign on the right. If you find yourself at Passage Rock you have missed the turn-off to our road. Slow Down You’re Here! please drive carefully the speed limit on the private road is 30 kmph. For access Call +64 21 438 549 when you reach the security gate T
Click here to Book through bookabach or email us Stay at the Oyster Cottage and get 10% off Horse Tours & Accommodation Te Matuku Farm oyster cottage sits within a 1000 acre property and on the edge of a marine reserve which is the home of the now famous Te Matuku Oyster. On booking you are able to request fresh fish or/oysters to be delivered to the cottage. The owners of the property and a manager are also on the farm . The property has been in the same family for 30 years and is primarily a labour of love to restore the native forest and marine environment. The cottage is...
Front page of the Gulf News! Racing neck and neck on Moss & Harry at the 2016 Onetangi Beach Races.
Waiheke Horse Tours Gallery A big thank you to everyone who has taken part in Waiheke Horse Tours over the last two years. Also a huge heartfelt thanks to Moss, Mangu, Ranger, Apache, Josh, McLeod, Felix, Harry, Major, Marmite, Leo and Cool Story it wouldn’t be possible without you