Malls in Auckland


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There are some amazing shopping centres and malls in Auckland, which can be found throughout the city but there are some that stand out and offer everything you need under one roof. Below we have lis (Read More)ted some of the famous malls in the cities that residents love to pay a visit when they need essential shopping or just a day of comfort shopping.

Here is the list of 6 Malls in Auckland

1. Westfield St. Lukes, Auckland

Westfield St. Lukes, Auckland

Established in 1971, Westfield St. Lukes is one of the three largest shopping centres in Auckland, with more than 167 stores. The mall features men and women clothing stores, sports and leisure stores, furniture, technology among others. The mall has all kinds of shops ranging from thrift stores to luxury brands. Giants like Kmart, Farmers and Countdown are also present here. The mall also has a play zone for kids and a Cineplex that gives a fantastic movie experience for movie buffs.

Address : 80 St Lukes Rd, Mount Albert, Auckland, New Zealand

Timings : 9 am to 6 pm

2. Sylvia Park, Auckland

Sylvia Park, Auckland

Opened in 2006, Sylvia Park is the largest mall in New Zealand with more than 200 shops and 2500 staff. The mall has a wide range of stores that suits all ages and budgets with local favorites and international brands marking its presence. The mall also has a child care facility and a children’s playground on board to help caring for your child while out shopping. The massive food court there caters to a variety of cuisine options while the Hoyt’s Cineplex offers a great movie experience. Some or the other event is always happening so make sure to check out their website before heading there.

Address : 286 Mount Wellington Highway, Mount Wellington, Auckland 1060, New Zealand

Timings : 9 am to 7 pm

3. Botany Town Centre, Auckland

Botany Town Centre, Auckland

Botany Town Centre was built for those who want the comfort of a spotless shopping mall with the charm of a small town's main street. It's lush and leafy, the streets and promenades are brick, the different places look distinct and tempting, and there are also eateries with seats overflowing out onto the sidewalks, all in true Parisian style.

Address : 588 Chapel Road, East Tamaki

4. Lynn Mall, Auckland

Lynn Mall, Auckland

One of the first and oldest malls in Auckland, Lyn Mall has features a good choice of shops where you can find almost everything. With 100 plus stores, the mall also has a great collection of restaurants to suit all tastes. Apart from the number of clothing, footwear and electronic appliance shops, the Lynn mall also has a supermarket where you can purchase everyday groceries. Parking can be a problem here during the weekends and festive times due to high crowds.

Address : 3058 Great North Road, New Lynn, Auckland 0600, New Zealand

Timings : 9 am to 6 pm

5. Westfield Newmarket, Auckland

Westfield Newmarket, Auckland

Newmarket Westfield, one of Auckland's most luxurious malls, has to be our finest all-rounder, and everything for everyone. There are a range of retailers, ranging from Barkers and Country Road to Dangerfield's and Forever Modern, so you can find something trendy at any price point–and indulge in some posh window-shopping even if you don't intend on maxing out your credit card at the luxe boutiques.

Address : 277/309 Broadway, Newmarket

6. Commercial Bay, Auckland

Commercial Bay, Auckland

The newly-opened Commercial Bay in the CBD provides an unrivalled shopping experience. The elevated sky terrace has spectacular views of the nearby glass skyscrapers and harbour, the shops are a sublime blend of premium and boutique brands that allow for convincing peeking about along, and there are plenty of cute coffee spots to hand out, and there are plenty of cute coffee spots to hand out.

Address : 7/21 Queen Street, Auckland CBD

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