Information, Shops & Services in Alofi
Information, Shops & Services in Alofi

Information, Shops & Services in Alofi


What Services are Available in Alofi?

Alofi is the capital of Niue and the main hub when it comes to information, shops and services. However, not all of the essential services are found in Alofi, as many are located near the airport a short drive from town. Check out our Information, Shops & Services in Niue for a complete guide of listings. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for something in particular in Alofi, then this guide to the information, shops and services in Alofi should help.

For more information about Alofi, head over to The Complete Guide to Alofi.

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Shops in Alofi

Alofi has a good selection of convenience store-sized grocery stores, a morning market, as well as arts and gift shops. More shops can be around Niue, especially more supermarket and hardware stores on Tapeu-Porritt Road near the airport. See the Information, Shops & Services in Niue for these listings.

Grocery Stores

  • Double M, Alofi Commercial Centre
  • Moko’s Central Mart (MCM), Alofi Commercial Centre
  • Central Services (Gas Station), Alofi South


The Niue Market, located on the main road of Alofi next to the Tourist Information Centre, runs Mondays and Fridays 5am-8am and Wednesdays 8am to midday. An organic market takes place on the first Friday of each month at 5pm.

Art and Gift Shops

  • Niue Vanilla, Corner of the main road and Alofi-Hakupu/Liku Road
  • Tahiono Art Gallery, Commerical Centre
  • Hinapoto Handicrafts, Commercial Centre
  • Taoke Prints, Commercial Centre
  • South Seas Trader Stationary, Commercial Centre
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Medical Services in Alofi

Alofi has no pharmacy or medical services in town. The closest medical service is the Niue Foou Hospital located in Kaimiti, which is a 10-minute drive from Alofi town centre.

Clinic Hours

Monday-Thursday, 8am-4pm
Friday, 9am-10am and 7pm-8pm
Weekends and public holidays, 9am-10am and 7pm-8pm

Hospital phone number: 4100
Emergency phone number: 999

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Fuel Station and Police Station in Alofi

For visitors hiring a car, the fuel station and the Police Station are going to be useful to you.

Hopefully, the only reason you will need to go to the Police Station in Alofi is to purchase a Niue Driver’s License. The Police Station is located on the corner of the main road and Alofi-Hakupu/Liku Road.

The Police Station is open Monday to Thursday, 8am-4pm. The Police phone number is 4333 and the Emergency number is 999.

The Central Services Petrol Station is the one and only gas station on the island of Niue. It is open Monday to Saturday, 7am-8pm, and on Sundays, 4pm-8pm. The fuel station also sells basic essentials, drinks, pies, bread and sometimes fruit and vegetables.

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Bank and Post Office in Alofi

Niue has one bank, Kiwibank, located in the Commercial Centre. Kiwibank is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am-6pm and on a Saturday 12pm-6pm. This is also the location of Niue Post where you can purchase stamps and send parcels. There is a post box just outside of the building. There is a post box also in the Tourist Information Centre.

There are no ATMs or currency exchange outlets in Niue, but you can withdraw local currency from Kiwibank.

Other outlets offering cash withdrawals include Niue Rentals (Alofi North), Swanson Supermarket (near the airport), Double M (Commercial Centre) and the Bond Store (near the airport).

For more information on managing money in Niue, see What is the Currency of Niue?

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Niue Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Niue. She knows the island inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Niue’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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