Hobsonville is located 23 kilometres from central Auckland, to the west of the Hobsonville Peninsula and the Upper Harbour Bridge. Home to the former Royal New Zealand Air Force airfield, Hobsonville Point is currently being redeveloped as a new suburb of Auckland. Hobsonville Village next to Hobsonville Point is also being developed by Auckland Council and the area known as Hobsonville Corridor joins the peninsula with Westgate, a new regional town being created by the council. The peninsula is joined by the North Western Motorway and State Highway 16 in the west and the Hobsonville Peninsula and Upper Harbour Bridge in the east. West Harbour is home to the Westpark Marina, the Picasso and Luckens reserves and the West Harbour Esplanade.
Much of Hobsonville and West Harbour are very affluent with many of the homes being of substantial size and having lovely views of the harbour and surrounding area. Many of the newer homes, particularly on the hill, command stunning views. The area has numerous amenities, offering day-to-day necessities as well as a great selection of restaurants and cafés.
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