Welcome to Hobsonville Point and the
Hobsonville Point Residents Society Inc. (HPRS)

Hobsonville Point is a rapidly growing community in North-West Auckland. Located on the former Hobsonville Airforce Base, the development is now home to young families, retirees and everyone in between. It is a friendly, welcoming and inclusive community – the kind of place where you know your neighbours and the next community event is never far away.

HPRS exists primarily to serve its members, who are the owners of properties within Hobsonville Point, and to maintain the standards set in the Master Plan for Hobsonville Point. We have a Constitution and a set of Rules that all Members must follow to ensure our Community stays looking great in years to come.

The HPRS committee is made up of volunteers appointed annually who administer the society, respond to residents’ queries and maintain the high standard of living that we all enjoy. You are welcome to contact us at any time.

Crockers takes care of the administration of the Committee. Please email your enquiries to hobsonvillepoint@crockers.co.nz and they will make sure your question is answered promptly or pass it on to the right people if more detail or consideration is needed.

The HPRS also has its own Facebook group which is open only to people who live here rather than the wider population. We like to keep it inclusive yet local.

We keep members up to date with frequent email newsletters advising of upcoming happenings and events. Tenants can receive them too. If you’d like to be on the database, just fill in the sign-up form at the right of this page.

Latest News

Are you keen to be a for funding reviewer for local projects, activities and...

Who’d like to be part of the group of volunteers that handles applications for funding of local projects, activities and events? The Hobsonville Point Community Grants Fund has been set up to help out around here and...

Greenspace – ABC

A is for Action After our post lockdown introduction, the wheels have been really been put in motion and initial meetings have been held with:  Council  Kāinga Ora  Weed & conservation groups  Contractors  Individual Residents In just...
There are many organisations at work in our area and many of them are referred to by acronyms which can be confusing. For instance, who can define the identity and roles of HLC, HPRS,  AC, AT and UHB and HCT? For a quick guide, click here to get sorted on the various entities at work around the Point.