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The insiders’ guide to Auckland’s unique paradise

November 2005

PRESS RELEASE


PASSPORT Waiheke

- the insiders’ guide to Auckland’s unique island paradise. Now available for the first time ever!!!


PASSPORT Waiheke is an exciting and innovative way to discover a whole new world at Auckland’s doorstep. This pocket-sized guide is designed to take locals and tourists off the beaten track and best of all – it contains over $400 worth of Privilege Vouchers!!!

PASSPORT Waiheke is an incredible resource full of useful tips, information and features on; History, Walkways, The Environment, Things To Do, Events, Accommodation, Vineyards, Arts, Wellbeing and more...

PLUS the Privilege Vouchers means huge savings on cafes, restaurants, bars, accommodation, art, retail, massage & wellbeing, beauty therapy and much, much more!

The WAIHEKE Passport concept was developed by two English lads, Liam Downes and Nigel King, who have lived on the island for over four years.
“Waiheke is a key location for tourism – up to 3500 people visit the island on a busy Saturday and during summer the population swells from 8000 to 40,000. We have travelled all over the world and know what a unique place it is. But to truly experience it you have to get off the beaten track,” says Nigel King. “We’ve worked with locals and have our own extensive knowledge of the island to ensure people experience the best.”


PASSPORT Waiheke retails for $10 and available from Fullers Ferries ticket offices, leading CBD hotels and coffee outlets, and various island outlets.


For a copy of Passport Waiheke, more information, interviews or photos
Email: nigel@passportwaiheke.co.nz or phone: 021 314 264

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