Remuera is an affluent inner-city Auckland suburb in New Zealand. It is four kilometres south-east of the city centre. Remuera is distinguished by its abundance of large buildings, many of which date from the Edwardian or mid-twentieth century.
The suburb has many green spaces, the most visible of which is Ōhinerau (Mount Hobson), a volcanic cone with views of Waitemata Harbour and Rangitoto from the top. Orakei, Meadowbank, Saint Johns, Mount Wellington, Ellerslie, Greenlane, Epsom, Newmarket, and Parnell are nearby suburbs.
According to the 2018 New Zealand census, Remuera had a population of 23,586 people and 8,028 households.
Mount Hobson, also known as Ōhinerangi and Remuwera, is a 143-meter-high volcanic cone in Auckland's volcanic field, situated in the Remuera suburb, to the east of the commercial suburb of Newmarket.
It has been heavily changed by human use, first by Māori for use as a defensive settlement, then as a quarry and pasture land, and finally with a water reservoir built in its cone to supply the surrounding area.
Airlie Court, Remuera Mall, Tudor Mall, Victoria Mews Arcade, and Remuera Village Green are all located in Remuera Town Centre. It has around 400 parking spaces and 130 stores, including a New World supermarket.
Remuera Intermediate is an intermediate school, while Remuera School, Meadowbank School, Victoria Avenue School, and St Michael's Catholic School are primary schools.