About Us

Northcote Central is a vibrant and colourful shopping centre where you can find your general shopping needs, as well as a range of specialist ethnic stores.

Come and experience this welcoming centre with around 600 easily accessible free carparks, 90 stores including 25 places to eat, some wonderful community facilities , and free annual festivals makes up this lively community hub .

This place is unique, set apart from other Auckland centres by its distinctive multicultural atmosphere with its strong Asian and European influence and large component of Maori/Pacific Island ethnic groups in the community.

The town centre has 13,800m² of retail space across approximately 90 retail outlets
including Countdown supermarket, several large Asian supermarkets (Tai Ping, Da Hua, Royal Save) and a large Unichem Pharmacy.

The centre also has several Souvenir shops, Travel agents, Book and Lotto store, Post Office outlet, Hair Salons, Bakeries, Real Estate agent, Savemart, Chinese Medicine stores, Medical Centre with Doctors, Dentist, Pharmacies, Physio, Plunket, Acupuncture, Xray and Labtest.

A great variety of different ethnic cuisines can be enjoyed at very reasonable prices including a food court

Along with the its retail and convenience food outlets, Northcote Central is pivotal in providing the community with a wide range of cultural community facilities and events driven by the Northcote Mainstreet Business Association and Auckland Council.

Onsite Community facilities include the Northcote library, North Art Gallery, Citizens Advice Bureau, Raeburn House, Migrant Settlement support, Onepoto Awhina Community House, Barnados and children’s playground which are all located in and around the Norman King Square community hub at the end of Pearn Place .

The centre celebrates Asian festivals such as the Chinese and Korean New Year which have, and continue to be major successes attracting thousands of visitors and dignitaries to the town centre .

The Northcote town centre (recently known as Northcote Central) has long been the heart of its community, developed as a model town and community centre in 1959. Since then the centre has grown and developed, reflecting its surrounding area and people – now a truly multi-ethnic centre and promoted as ‘Auckland’s Centre of Culture’.

Northcote Central is in a highly accessible location close to the Auckland
CBD via easy access to Harbour Bridge , motorways and is a major public bus connection hub to many suburbs.
Add the convenience of many free carparks and it’s really worth a visit to experience this place we describe as a COLOURFUL , CULTURAL, CELEBRATION !