Hobsonville Point is a peninsula that juts out into the Waitemata Harbour, a 20-minute drive northwest of Auckland's CBD. Until 2011 it was a defence base, but it is now being developed for all Aucklanders.

The project is being run by Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities, and development of the whole site will keep us busy until about 2024. The scale of the development might surprise you. It's much more than a housing subdivision, it's a masterplanned community with all the amenities that make an area the kind of place people like to live, like shops, cafés and bars, parks and schools.

167 hectares

of peninsula jutting into the upper harbour

26 hectares

of land reserved as public parks and open space

25 minutes

to the central city on the ferry

93 percent

of residents say Hobsonville Point is a great place to live

5 kilometres

of coastal walkway

4,500 homes

including apartments, terraces and standalone homes

13 parks and reserves

including 11 hectare Te Onekiritea Point (Bomb Point)

11,000 people

will call Hobsonville Point when complete in 2024

67 percent

of kids living here walk or ride to school

Living at Hobsonville Point

Living at Hobsonville Point

We're building a thriving community, not just amazing homes. Inside we'll show you all the reasons why you'll love living here.

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FROM $679,000

Stylish two-bed apartments beside the waters edge. Walking distance to ferry port and Catalina Bay. Easy living at affordable prices




Designed with modern living in mind. Offering resort-style living with timber features, light, open spaces and a sense of style and flair.




Large architecturally designed home. Two living spaces, four bedrooms upstairs and internal access completes this fabulous home.