Hobsonville Point a Great Place to Raise Kids

Oct 5 2018 Community

Quality education, safe communities and the ability to forge strong relationships are some of the most sought after qualities that parents consider when choosing a new home in Auckland. And up until recently, landing the golden trifecta of the family-friendly neighbourhood seemed like an unattainable goal. Now, we’re spoiled for choice.

Hobsonville Point has been designed with families in mind. It’s as safe as it is walkable, so the kids can visit their friends, play outside (instead of glued to the screen), and walk to school (rather than sit in traffic). There’s also plenty of activities around the neighbourhood, so parents are spoilt for choice when it comes to weekend activities.

To learn more about Hobsonville Point’s kid friendly qualities, childcare and schooling options, download the brochure here.

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Plots to Love at Community Garden

A growing green space has put down roots in Hobsonville Point Park with the opening of the Catalina Community Garden.

More Market On Offer

Delicious delights and artisan produce will soon be even easier to enjoy at the Catalina Bay Farmers Market.

Study shows higher density at Hobsonville Point enhances liveability

Hobsonville Point is emerging as a positive example of how higher density housing can strengthen communities and enhance liveability.

Innovative new provider of built-to-rent homes seeks local property manager for Hobsonville Point

New Ground Living’s mission is to trigger an evolution in New Zealand’s residential rental market by delivering high quality homes to individuals and families looking for secure, long term rental options.

Excellence Endorsed

Hobsonville Point Secondary School has made a brave decision regarding NCEA and it’s paying off for students.

System to Suit the Students

Hobsonville Point Primary is fizzing this year. Principal Daniel Birch needs superhuman abilities to keep a handle on his not-so-little school in which the roll has grown from around 270 at the start of 2017 to over 400 in early 2018.

Te Kanohi O Te Manu

Nestled at the head of Harrier Point and standing proudly between the playground and fitness equipment, with its head turned gazing out to sea, a new member of Hobsonville Point will take residence.Te Kanohi O Te Manu – The Eye of the Bird is a giant interactive play sculpture of...

Boardwalk opens on costal loop

Its official, the boardwalk running through the mangroves as part of Hobsonville Point’s Coastal Walkway, will open early next year. The waterside walkway, that stretches from the periphery of Classic Builders ‘Hudson’ precinct and around to Catalina Bay, provides a unique water experience allowing visitors to view to the coastal...

Historic mill house to nurture future generations

Hobsonville Point’s Mill House has new owners and will be given a new lease of life as a childcare centre serving the growing number of families in the area.Bear Park Hobsonville Point is planning to open in February 2018.