7am to 6pm
Our gates are locked outside of these hours.
Cornwall Park is private land so visitors are asked to respect all park rules, which have been developed to protect the park and ensure enjoyment and safety for all. Unless signposted, any part of the park is free to be explored.
General Conditions of Entry here.
Maps of the park
Getting to Cornwall Park
From Green Lane West, Manukau Road, Market Road and Campbell Road. There is plenty of free car parking available for visitors.
Foot & Bike
Access by the main roads or see map for access points from surrounding neighbourhoods. Free bike parking is available for visitors.
Train or Bus
The closest train stations are Greenlane, a 15min walk (approx) along Green Lane West, and Remuera Road, a 10 min walk along Market Road to Puriri Drive entrance. There is no direct bus, however buses travel along Manukau Road, Green Lane West and Great South Road.
See Auckland Transport’s website to plan your journey.
Find your way
- Acacia Cottage,
- Archery Toilets,
- Band Rotunda,
- Campbell Statue/Fountain,
- Creamery Toilets,
- Exercise Equipment,
- Flagstaff Toilets,
- Grand Drive Gas BBQs,
- Huia Lodge,
- Memorial Steps,
- Native Arboretum,
- Native Arboretum Gas BBQs,
- Olive Grove,
- Playground Toilets,
- Poplar Steps,
- Rangitoto Steps,
- Rongo Stone,
- Sunken Toilets,
- The Sunken Garden,
- Twin Oaks Drive,
- Wedding Location - Grotto,
- Wedding Location - Kauri Steps,
- Wooden BBQs,
- US Army Flagpole
Huia Lodge Discovery Hub
The Huia Lodge Discovery Hub is where you can discover more about Cornwall Park, have all your questions answered and receive any assistance (from issues to emergencies - there is an AED onsite). It’s also where you can find any lost property or family members!
Michael Horton Drive
7 days, 10am to 4pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and the day after New Years.
Cornwall Park is a stunning setting for a wedding ceremony. You can book one of three areas, for up to two hours and 150 people.
Wedding booking form
Events for 30+ people
We welcome you to host your event or group activity at Cornwall Park. Bookings are essential for groups of 30 or more. We are unable to accept bookings for commercial activities or exclusive use of any one area. Please note that we do have guidelines for events held in the park.
Farm Animals & Wildlife
For their protection and yours, please do not approach or touch any of the animals, particularly during lambing/calving season. Remember this is a working farm! See See & Do.
Dogs are welcome in the park, but must be on a lead at all times. This is vital to protect our animals. During lambing and calving season we also do not allow dogs in certain areas, which will be signposted and displayed on Park Updates.
Trails & Paths
There are trails and paths to explore throughout the park, which are marked on the map. Most pathways are easy and do not require advanced levels of fitness. The eastern side of the park is more accessible. See See & Do or download a PDF map above.
BBQs are available free for use on a first come, first served basis. Gas and wood are provided, you’ll just need matches or kindling to get the fire going. Please show respect for those waiting, and clean the BBQ and surrounding area after use. You’re welcome to bring your own portable gas BBQ (no charcoal or coal allowed), but these must be on legs and positioned away from the trees. Download a pdf park map for bbq locations.
You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink into the park and set up a picnic for a moment or the whole day. If your picnic has more than 30 guests, we will need to make a booking enquiry. Please note that we do have guidelines for picnics held in the park. Event enquiries form.
Walks, Talks, and Research
Our team is available to take you on a guided walk, hold a talk (on or offsite), run an activity, or assist with research. Contact the Information Centre with details of your request and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Acacia Cottage, built in 1841, is the oldest remaining wooden cottage in Auckland. Situated directly across the road from Huia Lodge, it can be viewed between 7am and dusk daily. See See & Do.
Educational Resources and Activities
If we can, we’ll happily help you teach or learn more about Cornwall Park, its history or anything that makes it special. Contact the Information Centre with your subject matter and details of your request, and we will do our best to accommodate you.
We welcome people showing their friends and family around Cornwall Park, however commercial tour operators are not allowed onsite. Please contact us if you would like a guided tour.
Buses must have a permit issued in advance to drive onsite, please contact Huia Lodge Information Centre to obtain an application form. No commercial tour bus operators.
Cornwall Park is part of the coast-to-coast walking route - access the park from Manukau Road via Campbell Crescent when on the route. For more details see here.
If you need some motivation for your run, Auckland Joggers Club is onsite and open to new members. Or you can join the 5km Cornwall Park run that takes place every Saturday at 8am from the Band Rotunda. Details here.
No commercial or corporate activity
Our aim is to provide a beautiful, free space for people to enjoy. With this in mind, we do not allow any commercial or corporate activity in the park e.g. bootcamps, classes, paid-tours, filming, sponsored events or activations.