The Neighbourhood

Fenchurch Park is centred around an established community with many open spaces including a 700m walk to the Tamaki Estuary coastal walkway.

This well-resourced community is a thriving hub for new home buyers and those looking for Auckland’s next best opportunity.

Tamaki is experiencing an influx of new residents attracted to its relative affordability, accessibility (well serviced by train and bus) to the CBD and proximity to the Eastern Bays. Tamaki is gathering a reputation for modern high-density residential houses and is flourishing.

 

 

Key Features

Cafes and Restaurants

From boutique coffee roasters to organic grocers, award-winning butchers to cafes and bakeries, the Eastern Bay area offers something for everyone. Baker & Co, just a short stroll away offers homemade style treats, made in house with quality produce. The recently refurbished St Heliers Bay Café & Bistro offers dining options all day & night with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce and a stunning view over the bay. Huckleberry Organics, the local organic market in Glen Innes, specialises in natural organic foods and offers a wide variety of options for restricted diets and allergies. For great coffee, look no further than Merchants Espresso & Eatery in the heart of Glen Innes. Or take the short drive to any one the neighbouring suburbs for delectable treats.

Shopping and Amenities

Local shopping at Glen Innes offers supermarkets, both Pak N Save and Countdown, and a vibrant array of stores including Citta, Chemist Warehouse & Avons Butchery. Orakei Bay Village and Lunn Ave are just a few minutes away. Whilst a short drive to Sylvia Park or Newmarket can meet all your shopping needs.

Transport

BUS – Numerous bus routes run throughout the local suburbs with school bus routes to private schools at your doorstep.

TRAIN – Glen Innes train station is on the Eastern Line of the Auckland railway network.  A short 13-minute ride to Britomart via Meadowbank & Orakei stations, or south to Sylvia Park, Middlemore and Papatoetoe.

CAR – Just 13 kms to Auckland CBD or approximately 20 minutes by car. A short seven-minute drive to the eastern beaches of St Heliers and Mission Bay. Whilst access to the Southern Motorway is less than 8 kms away near neighbouring Sylvia Park.

CYCLE – Cyclists can take enjoy some to the most ideal views travelling around the Eastern Bays, with cycleways continuously added in the surrounding suburbs.

Schools

Schools, both Secondary and Primary, are an important hub of any community. Glen Innes is lucky to have access to many great local schools.

There are also excellent transport routes available for neighbouring zones and private schools, making getting to and from school safe and reliable.

Art & Culture

Glen Innes is a culturally vibrant and diverse area of Auckland. This is reflected in the community music and arts centre, Te Oro, which was designed by architect Lindsay Mackie, in collaboration with artists Bernard Makoare, Martin Leung-Wai and Petelo Esekielu.

Te Oro is an inspiring, creative space designed to represent a grove of trees where communities can gather to share knowledge.

This community centre provides a great space for people to come together, providing a variety of classes offered for the community in digital filmmaking, the visual arts, dance and music.