Bucklands Beach is a suburb 13 kilometres east of Auckland city centre, New Zealand. It sits at the northern end of a peninsula between the Tamaki River to the west and the Hauraki Gulf to the east. At the peninsula's northernmost point, Musick Point juts into the gulf. Bucklands Beach is a northern suburb of Manukau City which is a part of the Auckland urban area. According to the 2001 census, Bucklands Beach has a population of 2370.
Formerly farmland until well after the Second World War, in the 19th century this area was owned by the Buckland Family of Newmarket, hence the name.
Bucklands Beach is one of the more upmarket eastern suburbs, mainly because of the majority of the suburb being surrounded by water. Because of this, a quick stroll down Macleans Road will show a large number of expensive automobiles and fine houses. Bucklands Beach also houses one of the finest public educational facilities in Auckland, Macleans College.