I’m on holiday! So more blog posts and a lot more fun and city exploring.
I live in Auckland and I spend a lot of time walking around central Auckland where the heritage buildings are amazing. Above are my favourite buildings that I have snapped on these adventures, that are always better with friends.
I love the colours, materials and stories behind buildings. If you are a building lover like myself, here is my guide to the buildings in Auckland.
- For a mix of old and new, Britomart. Full of heritage buildings mixed with modern architecture. Filled with fairy lights and plants too. It has an awesome vibe.
- For shops in cute buildings, Jervois Road and three lamps. Father Rabbit, Simon James Concept Store, Tessuti and Douglas and Bec are a few of my favourite shops that live in gorgeous heritage buildings.
- For something a little different and some hidden jems, Vulcan Lane, O’Connell Street and all the other Queen Street side streets. There is a mix of cute and not so cute around Queen street but I think the side street buildings are lovely.
- For some suburban cuteness, look no further than the long black heritage building that muck floral, jetsetbohemian, black box boutique and uno design reside in. It’s my favourite building. I even painted it for art.
Other places that deserve a mention are; Ponsonby Road, The Viaduct, Auckland Museum and Art Gallery, Three Lamps, Takapuna, the Mt Eden Market, New Market, and Orakei Basin Food Market.
I hope you enjoyed! If you have any more locations you love please let me know so I can visit them!