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5 Best Places for Shopping in Auckland CBD

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Where to go shopping in Auckland Central?

A diverse range of shopping awaits in the heart of New Zealand’s largest city. Auckland CBD is packed with shopping experiences, with New Zealand high street brands to international designer stores. What’s more, you don’t have to venture far to get a well-rounded shopping experience, whether you’re looking for clothes, homewares, gifts or souvenirs. Find out where the best shopping precincts are in this list of best places for shopping in Auckland CBD!

While you’re in the area, don’t forget to check out some of the 10 Auckland Must-Dos, and stop for a bite to eat in one of these affordable but amazing eateries around Auckland city centre. By night, check out the best nightlife locations in our Guide to Auckland Nightlife.

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1. Queen Street

Let’s start with Auckland’s main street where you’ll find a diverse range of shops. You’ll find everything from high street brands to luxury labels like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Prada, Dior and Swarovski. This is a good place to start when on a shopping mission in Auckland CBD.

Location: Queen Street.
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2. High Street

Running parallel to Queen Street, High Street is packed with some of the city’s best boutique shops, like Edit and Crane Brothers. The street also has some of Auckland’s best cafes, like The Shelf and Chuffed. Be sure to take a detour down the picturesque street of Vulcan Lane while you’re there.

Location: High Street.
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3. Britomart

Just moments away from the waterfront and decorated with fresh architecture, Britomart is an attractive place for shopping in Auckland CBD! On top of that, it’s the home of New Zealand fashion, so if you want to pick up some local fashion pieces, this is the street to explore! You’ll find brands like Karen Walker, Kate Sylvester, Zambesi and World, as well as international brands like Tiffany & Co, Jo Malone and Ted Baker.

Location: Britomart.
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4. T Galleria

Auckland’s very own duty-free department store is an excellent place for shopping in Auckland CBD. Located inside a beautiful historic building, T Galleria by DFS has a great range of international designers, from Burberry to Vera Wang to Marc Jacobs. Learn more about duty-free shopping in New Zealand here.

Location: 22 Customs Street West.
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5. Smith & Caughey’s

Don’t miss Auckland’s oldest department store spread among multiple floors! Browse floors dedicated to menswear, womenswear, cosmetics, childrenswear, homewares, gifts and more!

Location: 253 Queen Street.
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