Flat Rents and Rentals in Auckland City

Waterside Apartments, Auckland
Waterside Apartments, Auckland

Auckland Central Weekly Rent For 2 Bedroom Flats – Unfurnished

Blockhouse Bay / New Windsor$360$400$412
Grafton / Newton$500$530$550
Great Barrier / Waiheke Islands$350$460$481
Grey Lynn / Arch Hill$420$505$577
Mt Albert / Owairaka$396$430$475
Mt Eden$400$450$480
One Tree Hill / Royal Oak$438$460$500
Onehunga / Oranga / Te Papapa$395$430$450
Orakei / Mission Bay$468$500$550
Otahuhu$337 $365$385
Parnell$445 $522$670
Point Chevalier$437 $460$497
Ponsonby / Freemans Bay$428 $480$580
St Helliers / Glendowie$450$472$525
Three Kings$412 $440 $505
Wesley / Mt Roskill

Auckland Weekly Rent For 3 Bedroom Flats – Unfurnished

Blockhouse Bay / New Windsor
Grafton / Newton
Great Barrier / Waiheke Islands
Grey Lynn / Arch Hill
Mt Albert / Owairaka$385$430$481
Mt Eden$500$555$600
One Tree Hill / Royal Oak$438$450$508
Onehunga / Oranga / Te Papapa
Orakei / Mission Bay
Point Chevalier
Ponsonby / Freemans Bay
St Helliers / Glendowie
Three Kings
Wesley / Mt Roskill

The prices above were recorded during the six months to 30 April 2016.

According to Crockers Property in May 2016, Aucklanders are paying around $578 per week to live in a three bedroomed rental property and $455 per week more to live in a two bedroomed rental property in Auckland.

The April 2016 Barfoot and Thompson rental report stated that, in the Auckland Central suburbs, Aucklanders are paying around $583 per week for a three bedroomed property and $451 for a two bedroomed property.

The Tenancy Services Division figures show that in Auckland City the most expensive average rent for a two bedroomed flat is in Grafton / Newton costing $530 per week. The cheapest is in Avondale costing $360 per week.

Return to the Rentals New Zealand Main Page or find house rentals in Auckland City.

Notes and Definitions
• Cheaper: One-quarter of properties rent for less than this price.
• Average: This is the median price
• Dearer: One-quarter of properties rent for more than this price.
Properties are often let from January for 12 months, hence there is often an increase in rents at the beginning of the year. The data shows market rents for non-government owned properties for which Tenancy Services holds information. Any category that has less than five bonds lodged has been excluded, to prevent individual properties being identified. Data courtesy of the Tenancy Services Division of the New Zealand Government’s Ministry of Housing.