Garden clean-up weekend, Nov 9-10

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Here’s your Springtime opportunity to clip and trim overgrown plants on your property, tackle the weeds, and dispose of them in flexible garden-waste bags located around the Point. 

If you’re not sure what is yours to do, note that at the front of your house you’re responsible for tidying any planted area between your home and your side of the footpath. 

Bags will be put out on Thursday, Nov 7, so you have the following weekend to get busy in.

We’re confident you’ll want to contribute to keep our neighbourhood looking its beautiful best! Read on for bin locations near you. 

Sixteen bags are being distributed (three more than last time) and will be collected again when full. Please don’t overfill them, because if they’re spilling over with waste the contractors may not uplift them. There are fewer bins in newer zones because plant growth there is still immature.

Below the black stars are the Clean Up weekend bin locations on the map or the street names below to find one near you.

HP Clean Up Weekend Bin Locations

  • Corner Buckley Ave and de Havilland Drive
  • Corner Buckley Ave and Harvard St
  • Station St, midway along rear stretch
  • Corner Station St and Toheroa St
  • Corner Kittyhawk Way and Meteor Drive
  • Corner Corsair St and Harvard St
  • Onekiritea Road and Chaffinch St by waterpark
  • Corner Ponga St and Kotuku Lane
  • Kanuka Rd, on the curve by Kotuku Lane
  • Bomb Point Drive, opposite end of Tuatua Rd
  • Lester St, halfway along
  • Torea Tai Rd, close to the petanque area
  • Hastings St, near the Information Centre carpark
  • Isitt Rd, grassed area opposite No 27
  • Teal Way, end of the cul de sac at edge of the wide turning circle
  • Frances Bryers Road, opp No 27, on grass on cnr of Buckley Ave


If you’re a landlord with tenants whose rent covers garden maintenance, remind them too of the need to weed. And if they’re not doing it, please get it seen to. The neighbours wills  love you for it because then the whole neighbourhood will retain its good looks and resale value.

Clip those hedges, pull those thistles and let’s get things looking super for summer!

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