Standalone three or four bedroom family homes close to schools.
Visit the Information Centre
Whether you're interested in buying a house or just keen to explore a different part of Auckland, our Information Centre is a great place to start getting to know Hobsonville Point.
The Information Centre is located in the same building as Catalina Café, with its own entrance around the corner on Hastings Street. Once here you can get an overview of the development with the help of our 3D model. Because we are partnered with several building companies, the Information Centre is the best place to find out what houses the builders have for sale and get an up-to-date price list. From here we can direct you to the show homes for the types of houses you are keen to find out more about. The Information Centre also provides brochures on living at Hobsonville Point and there are staff on hand to answer your questions.
1 Hastings St
Open 10am – 4pm
7 days a week
Farm Fresh on the Waterfront
Every Saturday and Sunday between 9am and 1pm the historic Seaplane Hangar at The Landing is the venue for a bustling Farmers Market. The Hobsonville Point Farmers Market is is a fully covered market on the waterfront. The 1930s era heritage building was home to the Catalina flying boats during World War II. Are you craving a crusty baguette, a tomato you can taste, a chat with a cheesemaker? Visit the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market website then come and check it out.
As The Landing is developed the Farmers Market will become surrounded by shops, cafés, offices and apartments in a mix of heritage and new buildings. Market goers will be able to spill out of the hangar doors to lounge or picnic al fresco nearby, or stroll along a wide waterfront promenade with a gelato in hand. Read more about plans for turning The Landing into the social hub of the community here.
Hobsonville Land Company now has 10 public sculpture works on display at Hobsonville Point. Commissioning art for the community is an extremely rewarding process. We really believe in the power of art to engender pride in our residents and give visitors a reason to come and explore our parks and coast. Download the Art Trail map for your visit.