How to get to Titirangi in Titirangi South by Bus or Train


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  • The nearest stations to Titirangi are:
    • Titirangi Rd Near Huia is 180 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Park Rd/Soldiers Memorial Church is 350 meters away, 5 min walk

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Titirangi, Titirangi South
Titirangi, Titirangi South Titirangi is a suburb in the Waitakere Ward of the city of Auckland in northern New Zealand. It is an affluent, residential suburb located 13 kilometres to the southwest of the Auckland city centre, at the southern end of the Waitakere Ranges. In Māori language "Titirangi" means "long streaks of cloud in the sky", but this is often given as "fringe of heaven".The population was 3,330 in the 2006 census, an increase of 93 from 2001.Titirangi is characterised by houses built within the native bush of the Waitakere Ranges, sometimes with views of the Manukau Harbour. Some of the residential properties are of unusual design. For instance, some houses were raised on poles so that they could be built in the bush without harming the roots of trees surrounding the house. The Waitakere Ranges lie on the west coast of the North Island in the path of the prevailing winds from the Tasman and consequently attract a high rainfall. The native bush is home to many native birds, such as the fantail, tui, kererū or "wood pigeon", morepork and white-eye, and geckos and rare native frogs. The landscape of Titirangi ranges from Titirangi Beach on the Manukau Harbour to 400 metre high parts of the Waitakere Ranges. Mt Atkinson is in the foothills of Titirangi, not far from the village centre. Here you can enjoy a short scenic walk with expansive views of Titirangi Village and the Manukau and Waitemata harbours. There is another lovely walk called the 'Zig Zag Track' which winds its way through native bush from the village centre to Titirangi Beach. A kilometre and a half from the village centre is Exhibition Drive - a well-formed track very popular with walkers, joggers and cyclists. For a long time the area had a reputation for bohemianism. A number of well known New Zealand musicians, artists, writers and potters currently live or have lived in the area, including singer/songwriter Tim Finn (who wrote the song "I Hope I Never" there), actress Alma Evans-Freake, author Maurice Shadbolt, painter Colin McCahon (whose house is preserved as a museum and residence for artists and writers), feminist artist Alexis Hunter, photographer Brian Brake, poet John Caselberg, photographer James Stonley, potter Len Castle and glass artist Ann Robinson. An active local theatre, cinema, community art gallery and radio station are based in historic Lopdell House. Located next door, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery is West Auckland's regional art gallery. Many short walks or tramps in the Waitakeres start from Titirangi. Titirangi is bordered to the south by Manukau Harbour, to the west and north west by the rest of the Waitakere Ranges' native bush clad hills consisting of the large Centennial Memorial Park and water catchment areas which supply much of Auckland's water. The main road into the Waitakeres, the Scenic Drive, begins in Titirangi. To the east and north are a number of more urban suburbs. For many New Zealanders, the name "Titirangi" is associated with Auckland's best-known golf course, the Titirangi Golf Course. The course is actually located on the border of the nearby suburbs of New Lynn and Green Bay. Other suburbs surrounding Titirangi include Oratia, Nihotupu, Glen Eden, Woodlands Park, Laingholm and Waiatarua.
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