Sit on the grass and enjoy some fish and chips or ice cream.
If you're super keen, walk the heritage trail from Takapuna to Milford.
The planes seat six, and you can fly to Waiheke Island for a day, visit wineries, or just cruise around and enjoy the views. The perfect combination of yummy food, ice cold wine and spectacular views make Mudbrick Winery on Waiheke Island an ideal place for a date.
It's only 35 minutes by ferry from Auckland city. This divine Italian-inspired restaurant is set in a light and airy conservatory and surrounded by greenery and plants, some of which are used to prepare their simple but striking dishes. Whether its summer or winter, Takapuna is a lovely place to relax and take in the unbeatable serenity of a Kiwi beach.
If kayaking isn't really your thing, rent a bike, or hang out on the sand and enjoy the day. This bar and restaurant has great views of the harbour, with an outside terrace to boot. Dubbed 'haute ice-cream' by their head chef (not ice cream maker, but chef), Giapo is meant to be an experience not just a snack.
Enjoy the modern NZ cuisine while watching the sun go down and sipping on some bubbly or a cocktail. Their deluxe cones and cups sure look like they fit the bill. This is definitely on the more expensive side of the dating spectrum, but if you can afford it, it is a surefire way to impress your date and have a truly unforgettable time.
Check out Auckland Council or Auckland NZ for some goodies.5.
East Day Spa – book in a couples massage and be luxuriated at the hands of the experts while you lay side by side. You need to have some dolleros for this activity, but maybe if you have a special event or anniversary then it is worth the investment.
Stonyridge is obviously well known and Kim Dotcom was actually on his way in as we were on our way out. We then walked five minutes through glorious vines to Te Motu, a small family owned vineyard and the wines were to die for.4.There is nothing more fun than good tunes, a winding road and something to look forward to at the end of it!We are spoilt here in Auckland with glorious landscapes, amazing markets and awesome lunch spots like the Tasting Shed in Kumeu.Get active (and try not to kill each other) – Auckland has so many regional parks, zillions of walks and biking trails.There are some amazing dams, waterfalls beaches and forestry to be seen in all corners of Auckland.You can then have dinner at Grill or walk down to Elliot Stables for something a little more low-key – this is also a great choice if you both like different cuisines.6.Attend a cooking class together – If you are an Auckland babe, check out Sabato they often have some pretty big names taking the classes or you can try Community Education Classes that are more budget-conscious but still great fun.7.Here are some great date night ideas that are sure to make your heart flutter, whether it is the first or the hundredth date: 1.Sunday Drive – head up to the Matakana Markets, take the dog to a West Coast Beach, pack a picnic and head to Shakespear Regional Park or check out the Lighthouse at Awhitu.They also do killer breakfasts to jumpstart your day. No matter what time of year, the Botanic Gardens are breathtakingly beautiful.Pack a picnic and soak up the sun, then stroll around checking out the plants and artworks scattered around the gardens. Get the adrenaline pumping for a date you'll never forget! If you can't quite bring yourself to go out and do Sky Walk (and who can blame you?