Standalone three or four bedroom family homes close to schools.
Hobsonville Point is situated roughly halfway between Albany and Westgate on State Highway 18. It’s easily accessible via the Northern or North Western motorways and takes about 20 minutes from the CBD off-peak. From the Northern motorway (SH 1) take the Squadron Drive off-ramp. From the North Western take the Brigham Creek exit.
The Places You'll Go
Hobsonville Point is not far from some of the best adventures and experiences Auckland has to offer. Here are a few of the places you can easily get to:
Spectacularly rugged like only a west coast beach can be, with the added bonus of a gannet colony.
Over 100kms of purpose built mountain biking tracks and jumps plus walking trails, horse trekking and a high rope course.
A 150 year old tavern at the far reaches of the upper harbour. Old world atmosphere, new world food.
Natural geothermal hot pools, waterslides for the less sedate and picnic areas with gas barbecues for hire.
Kumeu Wine Country
Nine wineries offering everything from tastings, to picturesque picnic spots, to woodfired barbecues and fine dining.
A pretty, white sand beach and one of several on the North Shore. The bay is patrolled in summer and is the home of Mairangi Bay Surf Lifesaving Club.
A popular beach for swimming, walking or watersports and a great main street to shop with over 70 stores and lots of great spots to dine.
Over 140 stores and an eight-screen cinema complex.
Shopping, an outlet centre, tenpin bowling and mini golf, a multiplex cinema, and much more to come as it expands over the next few years.
Weather forecast: irrelevant. Indoor fun in the snow all year round.
QBE (North Harbour) Stadium
Rugby. League. Football. 25,000 fanatics under one roof. And the occasional ‘stadium spectacular’ show.
North Shore Events Centre
The place to catch basketball, netball, badminton, boxing, martial arts and gymnastics comps.