Rixen NZ

Hooked on riding

Since 1961

Auckland’s first and only Wakeboarding Cable Park is open!

From a 40 day consent back in 2016 to a 5 year operating lease, the Onehunga Cable Park is open for business until at least 2021! 

Open every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting, come and check it out for an on-water experience like no other!

Just book online or email us at by clicking here. The Onehunga Cable will be hosting a series of events this summer including the National Championships as seen last year live on Sky Sports. To keep up to date please follow us on Facebook.

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Afterschool Kids Clubs

Tues / Wed / Fri 3pm – 5pm
$30 per child
Learn wakeboarding, paddleboarding,
kayaking and water safety



Student Discounts

10% off for all under 15’s and
students with student ID



Group / Corporate Bookings

Call us for a customised day out.
BBQ, drinks and all the toys, including wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking, winch, beach volleyball, zorbs.


 
Cableways Information Video
Feature Reel
NZ Cable Nationals – Day 1 Highlights
Rixen Cable Nationals Highlights

Visit our channel on YouTube to watch more!

History

Making waves since 1961

The Cable Wake System was first invented in 1961 by Bruno Rixen. Since then, Rixen has built over 450 cable parks in 70 different countries. Australia has 3 parks already, recently both the Ripcurl Melbourne Cable and the Gold Coast Cable have obtained permission and are due to open 2017/18.

Now the Rixen Cable Revolution is coming to New Zealand!

Pricing & Information

 

All prices and information can be found here. Larger group or block bookings are available at a 10% discount. You can also book for a half or full day event. Please contact us to arrange!

Book Now Pricing Table

Due to council conditions and restrictions: Rixen NZ can’t operate on Mondays and Thursdays. All other days we operate 9am till 8.30pm. The council also require Rixen NZ to close following very heavy rain to allow the lagoon to be flushed with the tides.