There are two places on Oahu where you can find sunflower fields, Waialua on the North Shore and Waimanalo on the East Side. When the flowers are in bloom, locals, tourists, and photographers flock to the fields to capture the golden colored tall flowers. The fields vary in size and are open different times of the year. It doesn’t cost much to visit these places, but it will likely be a priceless experience you won’t forget.
Scroll down below to find out where you can visit the sunflower fields on Oahu.
Waialua photos by friend: Zazu
You can find sunflower fields in Waialua, near Waialua High School on the North Shore of Oahu. Dupont Pioneer owns these sunflower fields and typically asks for a $5 dollar donation for parking that will benefit a local sports team.
Tours are available from October 25 to November 8 from 12pm-2pm and 10am-2pm on weekends. (Call before you go. These dates could change depending on when the sunflowers bloom.)
The Koolau Mountains tower over the sunflower fields at Waimanalo Country Farms and the blue Pacific Ocean glistens in the distance. Located on the East side of Oahu, the sunflower patch is open during the month of October and in the summer. I visited the fields when the sunflowers were in bloom in July. The lemonade here is amazing, and you can also buy sunflowers at the end of the season.
Check their Instagram for updates.
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 1 pm – 5 pm
- Thursday 1pm – 3pm
- Friday 1pm – 5 pm
- Saturday, Sunday 9 am – 5 pm
Along with the sunflowers, the pumpkin patch is also open on weekends in October. They sell wristbands for $15 or you can pay for each activity separately.
41-225 Lupe Street, Waimanalo, HI 96795 (808) 306-4381
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