Westfield is a suburb of Auckland in New Zealand.
The suburb was once the location of the Westfield Freezing Works, which was part of a vast industrial region near the North Island Main Trunk Railway. In the 1980s and 1990s, the buildings were decommissioned, allowing vast areas of land to be redeveloped as office parks.
Kempthorne Prosser Limited’s massive Westfield Chemical Fertiliser Works, which operated from 1887 to 1966, was also located in Westfield. In the 1970s, the works were dismantled.
Westfield Railway Station was permanently closed in March 2017 due to low patronage. To keep it running, Auckland Transport revealed that it would have needed an expensive upgrade.