St Johns is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. The suburb was named after St John’s College, a religious training college established by Bishop Selwyn in what is now the suburb in 1844. Waiatarua Reserve is located south of Remuera Road.
Most of the suburb was developed in the 1960s and 1970s, when it was seen as a popular place for families to live. The area is zoned for Selwyn College, the nearby state secondary school. The nearby St John’s Bush is a small patch of remaining forest.
According to the 2018 New Zealand census, St Johns had a population of 5,916 people and 2,055 households.