Find Auckland's best shopping
Some of Auckland's most exciting shopping destinations are easily reached by public transport. Make traveling easy by using an AT HOP card, a reusable prepay smart card for buses, trains and ferries. The AT HOP card will save you money on fares, at least 20% discount off single trip cash fares*. Simply tag on and tag off.
Plan your shopping adventure with the AT Mobile app, which will help you find the quickest and most convenient way to get you to the shopping destination of your choice or use the easy to use journey planner.
* Excludes SkyBus bus services, and Waiheke ferry services
Getting to central Auckland couldn’t be easier with trains coming in from the west, south and east as well as frequent buses from most suburbs.
Once in the city centre, Link buses are an easy way to get around.
Shop up a storm in Newmarket. With a mix of high street fashion and designer boutiques, you’ll find something to suit no matter what your taste or budget.
Whether you’re after boutique fashion stores, a short black or a long lunch, Ponsonby is the destination for you.
From art galleries showcasing local talent to boutique restaurants, Parnell is one of Auckland’s oldest inner-city character suburbs.
Splash out on the latest fashions at a mix of New Zealand fashion labels and global brands.
Westfield St Lukes shopping malls has over 160 shops and dining locations and an 8 screen cinema complex.
New Zealand's largest outlet shopping destination Dress-Smart has over 100 stores, everything from luxury fashion brands to main street favourites and sports brands.
Known to locals as K’ Rd, this area has retro clothing stores, vintage boutiques and local op-shops to pick up quirky and one-of-a-kind pieces you won’t find anywhere else.
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Historic Devonport Village is home to local art galleries and boutique shops all set against the backdrop of spectacular views across the water to downtown Auckland.
Buses take the scenic route along the Devonport peninsula. Buses stop outside the Devonport ferry terminal and in Devonport Village, or make it more of an adventure by sailing across on the ferry from Downtown.
The Albany shopping precinct is home to cinemas and a large range of specialty retailers.
Bus Stops are located at Civic Crescent right outside Westfield Albany, so you’ll be able to get off the bus and get straight into the shopping action. And there's an AT Metro Customer Service Centre in the Albany Station if you have any questions.
Takapuna has a wide selection of cafés, stylish shops and a bustling Sunday market. It’s located next to Takapuna beach offering sweeping views of Rangitoto Island. So whether you prefer shopping for top-brands in the boutiques, browsing the latest fashions at Shore City mall, hunting for bargains at the market, or chillaxing with an ice cream on the beach, Takapuna has something for you.
A large bus interchange in the middle of Takapuna, right opposite the mall makes it simple and easy to get here and start exploring.
From cafes and boutique clothing stores to specialty food stores Milford Village offers a relaxed vibe. Plus there’s the Milford Centre, an intimate, boutique centre with a focus on fashion, home and giftwares.
The branded Glenfield Mall has a range of retailers including clothing, homewares and department stores.
Buses stop right next to the upper entrance to Glenfield Mall, on Glenfield Road.
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With more than 200 stores, Sylvia Park offers a mix of retail and entertainment. From fashion, gifts & homewares to cinemas and dining, Sylvia Park has everything you need for a one-stop shopping spree.
Bus stops and a train station are located within the Sylvia Park Centre.
The Botany Town Centre has all the latest in fashion, food and lifestyle stores, with over 150 stores surrounding open-air streets, lanes and piazzas.
Pakuranga Plaza was one of the first malls in Auckland and with over 80 shops and a night market on Saturdays, it’s still an attractive destination today.
Bus stops are conveniently located right outside the mall near Farmers, on Pakuranga Road opposite the mall and on Ti Rakau Drive. There are frequent services to the City, Manukau and East Auckland.
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LynnMall has more than 135 stores, offering the latest range of fashion, gifts and services. The Brickworks dining precinct and Reading Cinema are next to the mall and bargain shoppers can cross the road to SaveMart, a recycled clothing shop.
There’s a major bus terminal and train station right next to LynnMall, so getting there is a breeze. Plus inside the train station there's an AT Metro Customer Service Centre to help you out.
Situated in the centre of Henderson, Westfield WestCity is ideal for shoppers travelling from Western suburbs. Plus there are a range of big retailers nearby.
With a train station just two minutes' walk from the mall and a bus station right outside, why not try somewhere a little different?
The open-air shopping environments of Westgate Town Centre and the new NorthWest Shopping Centre have a wide range of retailers and outlet stores as well as a cinema and supermarkets.
Bus stops are on Fernhill Drive and Westgate Drive, next to the Westgate Town Centre.
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Now with a major interchange between train and bus services, Manukau is perfect for shoppers coming from Southern suburbs. The Westfield Manukau shopping centre has 176 stores.
Easy to reach by bus and train, Westfield Manukau is just five minutes’ walk from Manukau train and bus stations (there is an AT Metro Customer Service Centre in the bus station).
And if you’re travelling from outside Auckland, InterCity national coach and the Airporter 380 have frequent connections at the bus station.