The residents of Hobsonville Point spend less time mowing lawns and more time visiting parks. Hobsonville Point was masterplanned to include a massive 26 ha of parks, reserve and public open spaces, to be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Download the map to plan your play.

Hobsonville Point Park and Playground

Hobsonville Point Park and Playground

An award winning playground and for good reason. Drive down Buckley Avenue and you'll know you're there when you see the rust colours of the seed pod playground, inspired by the New Zealand coastline and designed for climbing, sliding and playing. To your left, the ghostly charred poles of John Reynold’s Tiwatiwata sculpture marches through the reeds

Te Onekiritea Point (Bomb Point)

Te Onekiritea Point (Bomb Point)

Te Onekiritea Point (Bomb Point) was once the site of New Zealand’s largest Air Force explosives depot. Walk or cycle the track around the perimeter and look out for the 12 Defence Force munitions bunkers dating back to the Second World War that still dot the landscape today. There’s also a fenced, off-leash dog park so feel free to bring the pooch.

Te Ara Manawa Hobsonville Point (Coastal Walkway)

Harrier Point Park

From Catalina Bay, head towards Launch Road and take the stairs up the hill behind the Estuarine<link to public art page> art installation. At the top you’ll find plenty of grassy areas surrounded by beautiful established trees and some of the best water views Hobsonville Point has to offer. There’s a 360-degree bucket swing and a flying fox to keep the kids entertained, and free barbecue facilities and an exercise area for the adults.


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