Eden Valley is an inner-city suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, 3.5 km south of the Auckland Central Business District. The suburb developed around Dominion Road, one of the major arterial roads of Auckland.
Eden Valley is distinguished by historic buildings that house modern-day businesses, a residential area with various late Victorian, Edwardian and transitional bay villas. The suburb’s commercial hub consists of a selection of businesses, shops and dining options that serve the area.
At the 2018 New Zealand census, Eden Terrace had a population of 2,360.
Ballantyne Square is a green zone on the intersection of Dominion Road and Ewington Ave. The square offers a respite from the surrounding urban activity and is characterised by its large trees. Ballantyne Square is named after the late Doreen Ballantyne.
The Bellevue Reserve is a recreation area with a playground and picnic tables. Originally known as Bellevue Square, the site of a scoria stone pit quarried by former landowners, James Walters and his father, John Walters, in the early 1880s.