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.
Download our Explore Map for your visit.
10 Things to Do at Hobsonville Point this Weekend
Want a mini-adventure this weekend? Come and spend some time at our place. Soak up the history of the old air base and see a new community in the making.
Come to Catalina Café for a meal. Gorgeous, alfresco dining with great food and no fuss and just as good inside when the weather is not cooperating. Fully licensed.
Bring your rod and a thermos and do some meditative fishing off the wharf.
Explore the beginnings of the Coastal Walkway. Start at Hobsonville Point Park and walk north following Tiwatawata, (John Reynolds sculptural burnt poles) toward the coast.
Grab a Next bike from outside Catalina Cafe and take yourself on a self-guided bike tour. The first two hours hire is free. Register your credit card first at nextbike.co.nz.
Watch the kids climb over and clamber through the giant seedpods in our award winning sculptural playground.
Shop at the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market, then take a picnic to Onikiritea (Bomb) Point and enjoy being by the water.
Walk the dog. There's plenty of room to roam and hardly any traffic.
Learn something new about old Auckland. Hobsonville Point's history is presented in stories and pictures at the ferry wharf.
We're turning the whole of Hobsonville Point into a free sculpture gallery. Take a tour around the pieces we have installed so far. See here for a map showing where they are.
Visit our Display Homes and find out what your budget would buy at Hobsonville Point.
Our apologies if you find some roads closed – Hobsonville Point is a work in progress – but you'll always be offered a detour that gets you back on track. Parts of the site are not accessible by car, so bring the bikes, the pushchair or walk the dog while you look around.