Guests at Plume Villas can enjoy their rooms facilities, relax on their own patios, walk amongst our gardens and vines, play pétanque or cool off in our swimming pool. In Matakana village, our companion business, Plume Cafe, sits right on the roundabout, offering wonderful coffee and tasty meals, ranging from a light snack through to more substantial hot dishes.

Plume Villas, stay or play - it's up to you

When you venture out of doors, here are some activities you might like to consider, here on the property or within the wider region.

Petanque Court

Enjoy a target sport, throwing metal balls as close as possible to the jack, a wooden ball. The rules are simple, and enthusiasm is just as important as skill…

Swimming Pool

Just the spot to begin your day with an invigorating few lengths, or cool off at the end of a long hot summer day spent enjoying the delights of the Matakana region.

Plume Cafe Matakana

Right on the roundabout, Plume Cafe is a little taste of home when you venture away from your villa. It's a great place for breakfast before hitting the markets, shops and galleries. Or, if you've ventured further afield and you’re in need of refreshment, it's the perfect pit-stop for lunch or afternoon tea on your way back to our villas.

Our very own bakery is on the cafe site, producing fresh bread and sweet treats for cafe patrons, or to take home with you.

The Matakana Region

The Matakana region offers a wide range of activities, catering to the needs of the most active or the least energetic. Swimmers, surfers, snorkelers, kayakers or paddle boarders will enjoy the region’s beaches and there are walking trails and cycle tracks for the two-wheelers. Organised activities such as boat trips, fishing, horse riding, helicopter tours and team building endeavours are also available. Or you can track back to your villa, curl up with a glass of wine and a book on the patio or in one of the many sunny spots within our grounds.

Allegria Beautyfarm

Bespoke beauty treatments
P: 09 422 7211

Artisan Brown Hair Design


Committed to hair excellence
A: Shop 1, Riverview Plaza, 4 Kapanui St, Warkworth
P: Tel 09 425 7174

Brick Bay Sculpture Trail


The Sculpture Trail winds through a remarkable native landscape, showcasing 50 works by New Zealand’s leading contemporary sculptors.
A: Arabella Lane, Snells Beach, Warkworth 0920
P: 09 425 4690

Glass Bottom Boat Tours

A fully commentated 45-minute tour showcasing the abundant marine life, fauna, birds, reefs and caves at the Goat Island Marine Reserve
A: Goat Island Marine Reserve, Goat Island Road, Leigh
P: 09 422 6334

Goat Island Marine Reserve

Some of the best snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities close to Auckland. Visitors can also enjoy swimming, kayaking and walking on the beach

Golf

Omaha Beach Golf Club
A: 1 North West Anchorage, Omaha Beach
P: 09 422 7551

Warkworth Golf Club
A: 4 Golf Road, Warkworth
P: 09 425 8248

Wellsford Golf Club
P: 09 425 8385

Kawau Water Taxis and Cruises

Escape to Kawau Island, cruises and tours
A: Sandspit Wharf, end of Sandspit Road, Sandspit
P: 09 425 8006

Matakana Cinema

A: 2 Matakana Valley Road, Matakana
P: 09 423 0218

Matakana Coast Tourism

W: matakanacoast.co.nz

Matakana Information Centre

A: Cinema Foyer, 2 Matakana Valley Rd, Matakana
P: 09 422 7433
W: matakanainfo.org.nz

Matakana Village

All sorts of shopping, art galleries, a cinema and our very own Plume Café, right on the roundabout. A Village Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm.
W: matakanavillage.co.nz

Matakana Wine

Matakana winemakers are a diverse community, approaching the business of making a living from wine in very different ways. Our own vineyard Runner Duck Estate has its cellar door at Plume Restaurant.
W: matakanawine.co.nz

Military Arts

Team building activities, extreme sports and archery
A: 1151 Leigh Road, Matakana
P: 09 422 9944

Morris and James Pottery

Beautiful handmade pottery, art and garden sculpture.
A: 48 Tongue Farm Rd, Laly Haddon Place, Matakana
P: 09 422 7116

Pakiri Beach Horse Rides

Horse trekking, riding holidays and overnight stays.
A: 317 Rahuikiri Road, Pakiri Beach, RD2 Wellsford
P: 09 422 6275

Plume Café Matakana

A great place for breakfast before hitting the markets, shops and galleries. If you've ventured further afield, and in need of refreshment, it's the perfect pit-stop on your way back to our villas.
A: On the roundabout in Matakana Village
P: 09 423 0390
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Regional Parks


Mahurangi
Mahurangi park protects three peninsulas at the mouth of the historic and picturesque Mahurangi Harbour. Mahurangi spans across the Puhoi River, north of Wenderholm, and along Te Muri Beach to Sullivans Bay and Mita Bay. Learn more

Scandrett
Perched on the north east tip of the Mahurangi Peninsula, Scandrett Regional Park encompasses Mullet Point and includes regenerating coastal forest, rocky headlands that protrude into Kawau Bay, an attractive beach and a precinct of historic farm buildings. Learn more

Tawharanui
Set on a remote peninsula, Tāwharanui Regional Park boasts some of the Auckland region's most beautiful white sand beaches, rolling pastures, shingled bays, native coastal forest and regenerating wetlands. Tāwharanui is New Zealand’s first open sanctuary integrating conservation, recreation and farming. A pest free habitat provides a safe home for threatened native wildlife. Learn more

Sculptureum

Explore contemporary art across three art-filled gardens, and six galleries
A: 40 Omaha Flats Rd, Matakana
P: 09 422 7375

Sheepworld NZ Sheep and Wool Centre

An insight into how sheep are farmed, and how their wool is harvested and used
A: 324 State Highway 1, 4km north of Warkworth
P: 09 425 7444

Shuckle Ferry Oysters

Oyster Farm and River Tours on the Mahurangi River
P: 09 425 5652

Skywork Helicopters

Charters and scenic flights
A: 38 Goatley Road, Warkworth
P: 09 422 7018

Zen Shiatsu Taka


Shiatsu massage by appointment at our place or in your villa
TXT 021 0832 9653