NZ’S LEADING TABLEWARE SPECIALIST
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Convenient, central location, fantastic parking!

Our premises are located at
5 Harold St, Mt Eden, Auckland
(off Enfield St see our Location Map)
Mt Eden is at the centre of urban Auckland on the main thoroughfare to the international airport and approximately 5 minutes drive from the city centre

Motorway Exits
Travelling on the SOUTHERN MOTORWAY towards South Auckland : Take the GILLIES AVE exit.

Travelling on the NORTHERN MOTORWAY towards the City, West Auckland or the North Shore: Take the KHYBER PASS or SYMONDS STREET exits.

Travelling on the WESTERN MOTORWAY towards the City: Take the NEWTON ROAD exit.

Car Parking
We have our own large car park offering abundant off street parking – no charge!

Travelling By Taxi
A taxi ride from the city will take approximately 5 minutes.


Other places nearby:

Mt Eden Village
The village is only 3 kms south from our premises along Mt Eden Road. An original Auckland village, this area is famous for a great selection of specialty shops and food stores. Cafes and restaurants are located in close proximity.

The Normanby Precinct
The Studio of Tableware is located in the Normanby Precinct. This is the area to the western side of Mt Eden Jail that is bounded Normanby, Boston and Mt Eden Roads that is still dominated by the Colonial Ammunition Company’s old shot tower. Originally a light industrial suburb the area has quickly developed into a retail shopping mecca with designer homewares, boutique wine merchants, furniture and lighting etc. It’s also a foodie’s paradise with interesting cafes, restaurants and bars and a couple of popular pubs. There’s everything from Sabato to Subway. The design award winning Zone 23 is a substantial complex near the corner of Mt Eden and Normanby Roads with commercial units, retailers, professional offices and apartments. There’s a lot of excitement at The Normanby Precinct and The Studio is right in the heart of it at 5 Harold Street.

Mt Eden Summit (the mountain)
The view of Auckland City and suburbs from the summit of this extinct volcano is world-renowned.

Eden Gardens
This is on the eastern slopes of the mountain and is truly a ‘Garden of Eden’. The five acres that comprise Eden Garden are a magical microcosm of the art and craft of gardening with one of the largest collections of camellias in the Southern Hemisphere. It has been described as Auckland's best-kept garden secret.