Hobsonville Point is a highly-regarded new suburb in the north-west of Auckland. Over the last decade this 167ha peninsula has been transformed into an attractive urban precinct with a genuine focus on quality and community.

The area has benefitted from a strategic masterplan which has ensured a good mix of residential, commercial, retail, parks, amenity, heritage buildings and pedestrian-friendly roads and walkways. There is also a primary school, secondary school and early learning centre. When complete, Hobsonville Point will have 4,500 homes, 11,000 residents and 2000 jobs.

Due to its proximity to the SH16 and SH18 motorways, Scott Point Estate is just a short drive to the CBD and North Shore. Ferries run to Downtown from the Hobsonville Ferry Terminal and Marina, and there is a new bus route being built along SH16. With the new Western Ring Route, the airport is only 30 minutes away.

Hobsonville Point is part of a greater NorthWest precinct that includes Red Hills, Whenuapai and, Huapai and Waimauku – an area containing 60,000 residents and 20,000 jobs. The Westgate Town Centre and NorthWest Shopping Centre are home to over 100 stores, restaurant precinct, town square, a 3,500sqm architecturally designed library, regional skateboard park, bus interchange and commercial hub.

With so much residential and commercial development in the area, and with new public transport and infrastructure linking Central and North Auckland, Scott Point Estate is only going to become even more desired as a place to live.