35 Martins Bay Road, Warkworth, Northland, New Zealand

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Waimana Point – Activities

Make the most of your stay at our luxury lodge with these activities

There’s plenty to do while staying at Waimana Point – we have a number of fun and relaxing activities on-site, or you can use your New Zealand holiday time to go off and explore local attractions around the Matakana area.

Luxury Lodge Activities:

  • Swim laps in the 20-metre indoor heated swimming pool ( Pool not heated July, August September)
  • Relax in outdoor baths on a private deck amongst trees
  • Work out in our small indoor gym
  • Wind down in the sauna and revitalise with a cold shower or plunge bath
  • Sit back and enjoy the spacious guest lounge with wood burner fire, library, large plasma, Sky TV, DVDs and stereo
  • Go kayaking or Paddle boarding
  • Head out fishing, heli-fishing, or sightseeing – by arrangement
  • Practice your golf chipping on the lodge’s 6 hole sheep-grazed course
  • Play petanque on the lodge lawns
  • Make the most of private beach access
  • Walk along Goldsworthy Beach to Scandrett Park
  •  Visit the on-site remains of a historic, pre-European native Maori Pa, located on the end of the point
  • On-site helipad
  • Massage therapist available by appointment

Explore the Matakana Coast:

  • Visit the many Matakana Coast vineyards and wine trails
  • Play golf at one of the two nearby courses – Warkworth and Omaha
  • Browse the Matakana Farmer’s Market (Saturday mornings)
  • See a movie at the boutique Matakana Cinemas
  • Check out local arts and crafts – Morris + James Pottery, and the Brick Bay Sculpture Trail
  • Try out local cuisine
  • Visit Goat Island marine reserve
  • Go horse riding at Pakiri Beach
  • Take a water taxi to Kawau Island and see the Historic Mansion House
  • Have a surf at Tawharanui or Omaha beach
  • Explore local Regional Parks – Scandrett (only half an hour’s walk from the lodge), Tawharanui, Mahurangi, and other local walking trails.

Want some personal recommendations? Just have a chat with your hosts Geoff and Gloria – they’ll be happy to recommend other activities you may enjoy. Or visit the Matakana Information Centre to find out more about what’s on in Matakana.