Note: This walk is from the 2022 Waiheke Walking Festival
WWT PATRONS Self-guided walks, Storytelling Walk and others, any day and any time
00:00 - 00:00 • Sunday 13th November 2022 • 2210z-3

Free Event • Presented by Patrons of the Waiheke Walking Trust

  • 6


  • 5 km


  • Loop

  • 2 hrs


Sold Out

Museum carpark, 165 Onetangi Rd
Same as start
Brand new for 2022, you can walk these walks unguided, any day and any time during the Festival, using our new app!
The app includes a trail map, directions, photos and information. Booking this walk does not use up one of your allocated walk spots, it’s free for everyone to add to their Walking Festival experience.
The Storytelling Walk around Rangihoua started in 2020 and now includes stories from 8 amazing locals. Be swept away by their stories as you walk around the historic Rangihoua area. From early Māori settlement told by Paul Monin, to modern history and the stars. Stories told and read by locals including Paul Monin, Colin Gordon, Malcolm Philcox, Nalayino Brito, Sue Fitchett, Ivan Kitson, Flynn Washington, and Gary Wilton.
Search for Walk Waiheke on your App Store for Apple, or Play Store for Android. Download and enjoy. Bring your own device, with earbuds or headset, or just listen through your phone. You will also have access to other walks in the app.
The other walks available on the app are:
Oneroa to Palm Beach
Palm Beach to Onetangi
The Coast to Coast Walk – from Rocky Bay to Onetangi

The new app development is kindly funded by the Waiheke Walking Trust Patrons and is free for everyone. 

Walk Features
  • Loop


  • Self


  • Public


  • Parking


  • No


  • Walk



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