It’s safe to say we’re loving the Kiwi spirit that’s coming through in the face of this unprecedented event, especially amongst those who are on the front lines - the healthcare workers, medical professionals and essential business employees who will keep the wheels turning over the next little while: our sincere thanks to all of you.
Unfortunately though, due to the COVID19 crisis all businesses on Smales Farm, including Goodside are closed with the exception of those providing essential services, specifically Shorecare Urgent Care.
Stay safe, look after your families and check on your neighbours.
Day or night, weekday or weekend, there’s always something new and exciting happening at Smales Farm.
Live music, good food and cosy vibes at the Goodside, Auckland's most delectable dining destination.
Introducing the building that's breaking all the rules.
Smales Farm seamlessly blends business with lifestyle.
Smales Farm is creating an exciting future for how people work together and thrive.
If you’re visiting us or are part of our community, here’s some helpful information to make for a smooth ride.
The Smales Farm story starts in 1879, when Henry Smale emigrated from Cornwall and settled on Auckland’s North Shore.