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New additions to Queen Street

What's new on the city centre's most iconic street

Receptionist Coffee | 95 Queen Street 


The cafe, which began as a humble hole-in-the-wall coffee window, is growing more than ever before. Behind the scenes, their passionate and professional Korean team is responsible for crafting these delectable croissants. From their irresistible almond croissants and pain au chocolat to their finger-licking ham & cheese croissants, they ensure that every bite is a delightful experience - go check it out!

Sephora | 152 Queen Street


The iconic French cosmetic mega-chain Sephora is opening it's very first store in New Zealand this July. The global beauty brand offers an unrivalled collection of cosmetics, skincare, body, fragrance, nails and haircare products from classic and emerging brands, as well as from their own highly popular Sephora brand. The much anticipated arrival of flagship Sephora store to Queen Street is exciting, and will build on the unique beauty offering that’s developing here in the heart of Auckland city. This will get even better when Dior Beauty and a third city centre Mecca store opens in Commercial Bay this spring.

Superdry | 101 Queen St

Superdry is an exciting contemporary fashion brand which focuses on high-quality products that fuse vintage Americana and Japanese-inspired graphics with a British style.  From hoodies to t-shirts to snow gear and accessories, each garment is characterised by quality fabrics, authentic vintage washes, unique detailing, world leading hand-drawn graphics and tailored fits.

Daniel Wellington | 58-62 Queen Street

Daniel Wellington

Daniel Wellington, the leading accessory brand, globally known for its sophisticated and minimalist design, increases its presence in New Zealand by opening up their first store on Queen Street in Auckland in May 2019.

Commercial Bay | 7 Queen Street

Commercial Bay

Commercial Bay is set to transform the central city with world class urban design, commercial spaces, retail, public spaces, dining and public transport. Highly acclaimed international restaurant Saxon + Parole will be bringing its cuisine, renowned for its “Grilled Meats & Aquatic Delights” and its revered cocktail programme to the precinct as well. Local restaurateurs Al Brown, Josh Emett and Mimi Gilmour are also set to make their mark, as well as two newly announced bars, Ghost Donkey and GENUINE Liquorette. Lower Queen Street is also due for a redesign and will become an inviting and activated public space.

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Last updated: 20 October 2023

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