Heavenly township in the trees with great art gallery, art deco building, and pleasant views. Good cafe.
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On the way to Waitakere Ranges, Titirangi Village serves as a quick stop-over for some rest or food. There are some cafes and restaurants along with a supermarket so it is convenient enough.
Out exploring Auckland, no idea where we were and hanging for lunch, then we found this little gem "Titirangi". At a quick glance it seemed like any other suburban Main Street, once sitting there for a while we begun to take in the atmosphere. There...More
Titirangi has many great things to offer, great cafes, restaurants supermarkets petrol station, Sunday markets once a month and a hop skip and a jump to the country side, close to small beaches. A worth while trip out to Titirangi for a spot of lunch.
Is not the easiest place to access, or park, but is a pleasant village at the foot of the Waitakere Ranges - would recommend it as a place to stop if you're travelling over the Waitakere's in either direction.
We live further out west than Titirangi so it's more or less the first place with Shops and restaurants that we come to. There is a feeling of community here for sure. It's a real village atmosphere and a little bit bohemian. There is everything...More
We stayed here for 4 nights in an airbnb. This little town is difficult to get to from central Auckland due to the heavy traffic and numerous roadworks. However once you have arrived there are several cafes and bars with a particularly good ( and...More
I often visit Titirangi Village,mainly to meet friends at one of the restaurants for a meal.There are some good eating places and shops.Parking can be a bit difficult at times.
First thing to do after landing at Auckland airport is probably going to the hotel. So, the second thing we suppose was going to Titirangi, which is located at the west side of Auckland. The residents there are unbelievably nice and welcoming, and the whole...More