View over Orakei Basin from the end of Meadowbank Rd

Meadowbank Shops. Photograph by Charles Li.

'Duck Bridge' connecting Macpherson St and Waiatarua Rd

Purewa Drive. Photograph by Charles Li.

Ducks at Waiatarua Reserve. Photograph by Charles Li.

The Meadowbank and St Johns Residents Association was created to encourage residents to be active participants in a thriving and vibrant community.

We meet monthly at 7:30 pm at St Chads Church, 38 St Johns Road, Meadowbank. All are welcome to attend.

Latest News

Transport survey

Posted: 28 July 2017

Transport has been a big topic for us in recent weeks and months. We need your help! We've put together a short survey. It really is short: there are only 10 Qs, and it takes just a few minutes to complete. Please let us know your priorities for... more

Nominations open for 2017-2018 committee

Posted: 30 May 2017

Nominations are now open for our 2017-2018 committee. Come join us and be part of the awesome work we do for our community.... more

Bus Petition #2: Bus link to Meadowbank Station

Posted: 23 May 2017

We are supporting our member Richard Roxburgh in another petition: this time for a bus service that connects to Meadowbank Station - one of only two stations in Auckland with no bus stop.... more

Bus petition win!

Posted: 18 May 2017

We are delighted to hear from the Orakei Local Board at our meeting last week that Richard Roxburgh's bus petition has been successful. What this means is that next year, the New Bus Network will include a new service from Meadowbank to the... more

Housing NZ applies for non-notified consent for 11 Apartments on Purewa Rd

Posted: 18 May 2017

Housing NZ has doubled the density of its original Special Housing Area plans, and applied for consent to build 11 apartments on the sites of 9-11 Purewa Rd. There will be three 3-storey buildings and one duplex on the site. Housing NZ's... more