Our Village

Community Services

Chris Thompson

Meet Chris Thompson, owner of Jewellers Bench and Person of St Heliers.

Gerald Harbinson

Meet Gerald Harbinson, owner of Gerald Harbinson Real Estate and Person of St Heliers.

Bruce Jackson

Meet Bruce Jackson, co-owner of Nicoll Jackson and Person of St Heliers.

Sang Cho

Meet Sang Cho, owner of Annabelles and Person of St Heliers.

Councillor Desley Simpson

Meet Desley Simpson, Councillor and Person of St Heliers.

Mike Silk

Meet Mike Silk, our local Pharmacist and Person of St Heliers.

Todd Martin

Meet Todd Martin, our local constable here in St Heliers.

Local MP for Tamaki

Meet Simon O'Connor, MP for Tamaki and person of St Heliers.

Orakei Local Board

St Heliers are lucky enough to be supported by the Orakei Local Board. Learn more.

Clubs

If you are a fan of joining a club then St Heliers has you covered.

Churches

St Heliers churches play an important role in our local community.

Schools

St Heliers boasts day care, kindergarten, primary and college offerings to local families.

Our vibrant business community is assisted by our St Heliers Business Association volunteers and full time manager. All activities are determined by a committee of members, any of whom will be happy to talk with you, tell you more about the area and hear your comments or suggestions. So please take a minute and let us know about your St Heliers experience.

About us

St Heliers Bay is one of Auckland’s most beautiful and desirable suburbs. It has a unique character, flowing from the local residents who treasure the village-like atmosphere, and where friendly, personalised service can be enjoyed while shopping or dining at any of the marvellous restaurants or boutique stores.
With plenty of free on street parking, and close proximity to the white sand beach, St Heliers offers a perfect day out.

There is a well equipped playground situated at the end of Tamaki Drive, and the recently renovated boardwalk offers a safe, pleasant and comfortable seaside stroll.

It is also possible to walk along the cliffs at low tide to Ladies Bay, a more secluded and equally picturesque beach at the mouth of the Tamaki Estuary. Paragliders can often be seen floating over the headland when the wind conditions are right. Our history, unique village character and wide range of services, as well as ease of parking and access to public transport makes St Heliers Bay an ideal shopping, dining and leisure destination.