Glen Innes is a suburb in the eastern part of Auckland Central, New Zealand, situated nine kilometres east of the city centre, near the waters of the Tamaki River.
For the most part, Glen Innes was a low-income, working-class community of about 1,500 public houses. To boost the standard of state housing in Glen Innes, the Government has launched “Talbot Park” an area of higher density housing, consisting mainly of apartment-style spaces.
The major highways of Glen Innes are Taniwha Street and Apirana Road, which converge in the shopping centre of the suburb. Glen Innes has a train station on the Eastern Line of the Auckland rail network and is a terminal for the Eastern Auckland isthmus bus network.
At the 2018 New Zealand census, Glen Innes had a population of 4,413 with 1,212 households.
Glen Innes School and St. Pius X Catholic School are primary schools, while Tamaki College and Sacred Heart College are secondary schools serving the local population of Glen Innes.
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Pūau Te Moananui-ā-Kiwa is a composite school teaching mainly in the Māori language.