Glendene is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It is under the local governance of the Waitakere City Council. Its population was 12,189 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 816 from 2001.
Glendene is a mainly residential suburb with the north-eastern portion devoted to light industry.
Glendene is named after a farm in the area owned by Percy Jones, which was later subdivided for housing. Most of the development as a residential suburb occurred in the 1960s and 1970s.
Local primary schools (years 1 – 6) are Glendene School (opened in 1965) and Tirimoana School (opened in 1969).
Arohanui School caters for students aged 5 to 21 years with learning disability. Based in neighbouring Te Atatu South, the school includes students who attend other local schools such as Glendene school.
All schools are coeducational.