DFS is housed in the city's old Customhouse building, designed by architect Thomas Mahoney in the French Renaissance ... More
DFS is housed in the city's old Customhouse building, designed by architect Thomas Mahoney in the French Renaissance style and built in 1889. Now it has the best international products the world has to offer, mainly for the duty free shopper. Four floors of famous brand names such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Christian Dior, Prada, Hermes, Oroton, Adidas, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Tiffany, and Ralph Lauren make for overwhelming shopping! New Zealand products include woolen clothing, honey, kiwi fruit products, art and gifts, not forgetting All Black football garments. A foreign exchange is on the third floor.
The steps of this museum offer splendid views over the Cenotaph forecourt to the Domain , the city and Waitemata
Harbour beyond. The museum houses New Zealand's largest collection of Maori and Pacific Island taonga (treasures); fantastic interactive discovery ...
This store has an amazing selection of quality New Zealand and Pacific Island souvenirs, with friendly staff to assist. They
have home wares and gifts including jewelery, woven bags and baskets, cushions, tablecloths, place mats and napkins, planters, platters ...
You can not miss the Galleria it is the one with the furniture and bric a brac tumbling out onto
the pavement at the busy Brooklyn village intersection. Here you will find Steve and Aida, hard at work every ...