Parnell is often billed as Auckland's "oldest suburb" since it dates from the earliest days of the European settlement of Auckland in 1841. To its west lies the Auckland Domain, to the south Newmarket. Parnell is famed for its galleries, cafés, restaurants and charming boutique-style stores.
Parnell was named after Samuel Duncan Parnell, who is credited with the establishment of the eight-hour work day in New Zealand.
PARNELL VILLAGE (STOP 6)
Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052
Red Loop Buses depart this stop – Summer (every 30 minutes) 9.35am – 4.35pm.
Red Loop Buses depart this stop – Winter (every 60 minutes)10 9.35am – 3.35pm.
Access: Not fully accessible by wheelchair
Toilets: public toilets are located at Heard Reserve, corner Parnell Rd & Ruskin Street