The Big Picture
Don’t mention the word ‘suburb’. We’re building a world-class township for Aucklanders of all ages and stages who want to…
Our commitment to community is already making Hobsonville Point a great place to live. Because this is a government led development it’s…
For Sale Now
We have a range of new homes in different styles, sizes and layouts available to buy right now and more coming up all the time. The four…
March 14th, 2014 at 8.25pm
Small Home Test Lab to drive industry improvement
New Zealand’s building industry needs to get better at building more compact homes as part of the delivery of more affordable housing, says Hobsonville Land Company chief executive Chris Aiken.
The company’s Small Home Test Lab at Hobsonville Point would help foster market innovation, he said.
Housing Minister Hon Nick Smith today launched the Test Lab, a research and development initiative to better-understand how to plan, design and build compact homes cost-effectively.
March 22nd, 2014 at 9.31pm
Doggies Day Out
A chance to treat that hairiest, toothiest member of your family in the manner they deserve - like a King or Queen of dogs. Plus the Farmers Market is open with easy-to-grab lunch options, so you won't run out of fuel.
March 18th, 2014 at 3.07pm
Point Life magazine issue three
The third issue of our annual magazine, Point Life, is out now. Read all about the big plans we have for Hobsonville Point, the progress we've made so far, and what it's like to live here. Click here to read Point Life on-screen or download for later. You can also pick up a printed copy at the Sales Information Centre, 5 Station Street, Hobsonville Point.
Open 7 days, 7am-4pm, cnr Buckley Ave and Hastings Cres. Great coffee, quick sandwiches or hearty meals, boutique beers and wine. Free wi-fi.
The Hobsonville Point Farmers Market is a real ‘foodies’ market, selling fresh local farm produce, breads, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, organics, coffee, honey, flowers, to name just a few! There are lots of opportunities to taste fresh produce to be inspired by cooking demonstrations using produce from the market.