Palm Beach is a suburb on the northern New Zealand island of Waiheke. The iconic beach is named after the phoenix palms that grow at the eastern end of the beach, and it has healthy swimming and white sand.
Every year, tens of thousands of tourists flock to Waiheke Island to enjoy the white beaches, clear waters, and wild native bushland of Palm Beach.
According to the 2018 New Zealand census, Palm Beach had a population of 1,254 people and 513 households.
This walk includes one of Waiheke's most iconic viewing spots as well as some fantastic coastal trails. You'll get great views of the Hauraki Gulf and get to walk some lesser-known trails near famous Palm Beach. Since the path is divided into two loops, you can complete only half of it if you are short on time or resources.
There are some steep climbs, but the views are well worth it. In the winter, some parts can be a little damp and muddy.