Hobsonville, West Auckland

Hobsonville is a rural residential area in the Auckland region of the North Island of New Zealand. The region was governed by the Waitakere City Council until the Auckland Council was amalgamated in 2010.

Hobsonville Point, formerly the seat of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, Hobsonville Airbase, is currently being rebuilt as a new suburb of Auckland. The Hobsonville Village beside Hobsonville Point is now being developed by the Auckland Council, as well as the area known as that of the Hobsonville Corridor joins the Westgate Peninsula, a new regional town formed by the Council. The peninsula is joined by the North Western Motorway and State Highway 16 to the west and the Hobsonville Peninsula and Upper Harbour Bridge to the east.

Hobsonville has a number of housing units, with the first housing units recorded in the region built between 1910 and 1919. Most of the residential housing in the locality was built between 2010 and 2019.
Rental property in Hobsonville consists predominantly of traditional residential property forms with a limited proportion of purpose-built residential rental properties and lifestyle properties.

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