Located in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, Waiheke Island is renowned for its beautiful coastline, vineyards, restaurants and relaxed lifestyle.

Nestled on the water’s edge at Anzac Bay on Waiheke Island, Waiheke Retirement Village is one of the most private and tranquil retirement villages in Auckland.  Yet it is only 600 metres from the bustling township of Ostend where you will find the Ostend Medical Centre, RSA, Countdown Shopping Centre and Physiotherapist, along with a variety of retail shops and cafes.

Waiheke Retirement Village encapsulates all the benefits of living in a relaxed and supportive setting with like-minded people who truly care about their neighbours.  There are a variety of organised activities, regular outings and events on offer as well as a range of top quality including an indoor heated swimming pool, spa pool and library.  You can choose to do as much or as little as you like.

Set within beautifully landscaped grounds, the purpose designed villas have been positioned to maximise the sun and views whilst maintaining privacy.  There are a range of light and spacious one and two bedroom villas to choose from, many with separate studies and conservatories.  Each villa is linked to the 24 hour emergency call system, providing you with extra
peace of mind.

There are several ferry sailings a day to and from Waiheke Island and it is only a 35 minute trip from either downtown Auckland or Half Moon Bay, Pakuranga.  If you have a SuperGold Card or an ARTA approved Senior Citizen ID card you can travell for free on Fullers' Ferries from 9am weekdays, all day weekends and
public holidays.

Waiheke Retirement Village is registered under the Retirement Villages Act 2003, registration number 2043897.

Call Libby Kruis on
+64 (0)9 372 2820 to take a tour


  • Club House Lounge and Dining Room
  • Spa Pool
  • Library
  • Hairdressing Salon
  • Indoor Heated Swimming Pool
  • Billiards
  • Pétanque Terrain
  • Workshop


  • Independent Living Villas

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