If you’re thinking about buying at Hobsonville Point, you might feel a little overwhelmed by the choice on offer. Here’s a handy guide to point you in the right direction.

Avoid FOMO with a quick stop at the Information Centre

 Hobsonville Point is so big it’s easy to miss the highlights when you’re new to the area. But avoid any fear of missing out by making a quick stop at the Information Centre and you’ll be all set to explore. Whether you’re seriously in the market for a new home or just wanting to get a feel for the area, the best place to start is the Information Centre.

The centre, which is located just behind Catalina Café, is open every day between 10am and 4pm and there’s always someone there to answer your questions. You can see a model of the township, pick up a map, brochures and an up-to-date price list for the homes for sale. If you’re interested in seeing the show homes, the info centre staff can give you addresses and opening hours and point you in the right direction.

If you’d like to spend a bit more time with a staff member, feel free to book an appointment using the form below.

Show time

Who doesn’t enjoy a snoop around a show home or display suite? They’re a great way to see the latest building and design trends, gather ideas and spark that debate about whether you would use a steam oven more than a garden shed. Hobsonville Point has 11 show homes and display suites open currently and more coming. Stop into the Hobsonville Point Information Centre and pick up a map of the area. You can download a price list from the homes currently for sale here. 

If you’re in the market for a new home, here are a few key questions to put to the building companies when you visit their show home:

 All homes 

  • What exactly is included in the quoted price?

  • When can I move in?

  • Would I have flexibility to change the interior?

  • How much is the deposit?

  • What is the payment schedule?

  • Could I ‘up-spec’ the home?

  • What warranties come with the home?

  • What energy and water efficiency features does this home have?


  • What are the annual body corporate fees?

  • What term are they fixed for?

  • What percentage can they be raised by?

Good to know

All homeowners pay an annual Hobsonville Point Residents’ Society fee ($150) and a one-off joining fee ($300). Some homes also attract a Laneway Society fee. Ask your builder if this is the case for the home you’re interested in.