Campus locations

City Campus

The City Campus is right in the heart of Auckland. You are within walking distance of all the main cultural, entertainment and commercial hubs. Harbour views and Albert Park add to the appeal. The campus has a full range of amenities including cafes, health services, libraries, childcare facilities and a recreation centre.

Tāmaki Innovation Campus

The Tāmaki Innovation Campus is located in the east Auckland suburb of St Johns. It is predominantly a postgraduate campus with courses in biosecurity, population health and speech science.

There are also public clinics where students gain practical experience and valuable community services are provided. For more information on these services please visit the Clinics website.

A University bus service for Tāmaki students runs regularly between the Tāmaki and City Campuses. There is also public transport and student parking on campus.

Visit the Tāmaki Innovation Campus website.

Newmarket Campus

This is a new five-hectare campus adjacent to the major business area in Newmarket. It will provide the University with a site for expansion over the next 50 years. The faculties of Engineering and Science occupy the first of the new facilities.

Based at 314-390 Khyber Pass Road and spanning Park Road to Kingdon Street, the Newmarket Campus joins the City and Grafton campuses to create an integrated inner-city campus cluster.

Epsom Campus

The Epsom Campus is the main campus for the Faculty of Education and Social Work and is home to approximately 3500 students. Based at 74 Epsom Avenue, the Epsom Campus offers foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in teacher education, sport health and physical education, social work and counselling.  

The campus is less than 10 minutes' drive from the CBD and City Campus and is easily accessible by bus from City and Grafton Campuses. It offers full amenities, including parking, leisure facilities, and the Sylvia Ashton-Warner Library – one of the most extensive teacher education libraries in the country.

Grafton Campus

Originally established as the School of Medicine, the Grafton Campus (opposite Auckland Hospital on the boundary of Auckland Domain) houses much of the faculty including a café, health services, and the Philson Library.

The School of Medicine has its largest campus at Auckland City Hospital and is also spread throughout the North Island at various campuses and sites.

It’s also home to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, plus the Department of Optometry and Vision Science. Other departments have premises at Auckland, Starship, North Shore, Middlemore and Waikato Hospitals. The School of Population Health occupies a large complex at Tāmaki Innovation Campus.

Tai Tokerau Campus

The Tai Tokerau Campus Te Papa Ako o Tai Tokerau is located at 13 Alexander Street, Whangārei. The campus is located in the heart of Whangārei city centre and is home to around 200 students who want to live and study in the North. University foundation programmes New Start and the Tertiary Foundation Certificate are offered at the campus and the Faculty of Education and Social Work deliver a selection of teacher education and postgraduate study options at the campus so students can complete their qualifications in Northland.

Leigh Marine Laboratory

The Leigh Marine Laboratory is based on the northeast coast of New Zealand, about 100km north of Auckland. With easy access to a wide range of unspoiled marine habitats, it’s been dubbed the ‘marine campus’ of the University of Auckland. The campus provides opportunities for postgraduate teaching and research at the Goat Island Marine Reserve, near Warkworth.

Visit the Leigh Marine Laboratory website.

South Auckland Campus

The University now has a brand-new campus in central Manukau, from where we will continue to provide high-quality, local education for South and East Aucklanders, and strengthen relationships with schools and the community. 

South Auckland Campus

Waitemata Health Campus

The Waitemata Health Campus is a division of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

View the Waitemata Health Campus map.

Two hospital campuses are used for teaching and clinical training:

Freemasons’ Department of Geriatric Medicine

This is located on the North Shore Hospital site. It is an academic section of the Department of Medicine (in the Faculty of Medicine) which carries out research and teaching relating to the health and clinical care of older people.

View the Freemason's Department of Geriatric Medicine map.

South Auckland Clinical Campus

The South Auckland Clinical Campus (SACC) is based at Middlemore Hospital and the Counties Manukau District Health Board. It offers training in areas of specific relevance to the South Auckland population, including diabetes and renal disease, trauma and orthopaedic complications, psychiatric illness and substance abuse.

SACC is highly popular with students and takes approximately one quarter of all students of the School of Medicine for their clinical years. Formal and informal educational opportunities are strengths of SACC.

With a diverse local population, students in South Auckland have clinical opportunities not available elsewhere. SACC has research in Perioperative Care, Medical Education, General Surgery, Women’s and Children’s Health, Plastic Surgery, Integrated Care, Orthopaedics and General Medicine.

Waikato Clinical School

This is an academic division of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduates and postgraduate medical and allied health science students.

Goldie Estate – Wine Science Centre

Located on Waiheke Island, Goldie vineyard is also the home of the Goldwater Wine Science Centre. The University of Auckland and Goldie Estate intend to continue the innovative spirit of the Goldwater family with the establishment of a premium wine education facility where students are hardwired to the needs of the wine industry. The immersion of students in an operating winery setting also means the winery benefits through access to leading academic developments.

Visit the Goldie Estate website.