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…
October 16th, 2013 at 8.30pm
2013 Sustainability Report Out Now
Our sixth annual sustainability report is now available. This year we have put together a short video that tells our sustainability journey in five and a half minutes.
This year, with a significant number of residents on site, we have been able to measure many of our long term indicators for the first time. The results suggest that living at Hobsonville Point feels good and costs less. Homes at Hobsonville Point cost, on average, around 25% less to live in than the average Auckland home.
September 29th, 2013 at 12.56pm
October 2013 newsletter
In Hobsonville Point's October newsletter there is news about plans for an Early Childhood Education centre coming to the Hobsonville Point Primary School, and be in with a chance to win a $200 Rebel Sport voucher as we launch our 'Nextbike' rental bikes!
We also welcome you to visit two new showhomes. One is Tasman Cook's sales suite for the 'Brickworks' apartments, and the other is Classic Builders, both will be open seven days a week.
We congratulate the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market stallholders that were winners at the Annual National Farmers Markets Awards.
July 23rd, 2013 at 12.20pm
July 2013 newsletter
This month we got on our new rental bikes, planted out another stretch of the future coastal walkway with the kids from Hobsonville Point Primary School, and unexpectedly discovered some other welcome inhabitants of Hobsonville Point. There's also news of the latest phase in the development on Sunderland Avenue, Hobsonville Point's key role in the Auckland Heritage Festival 2013, and the plans for a park and marae on the historic Bomb 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.