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- Covid-19 Update -

The Cornwall Park Trust Board continues to closely monitor any developments around Covid-19. We are now in Alert Level 2 – please see the New Zealand Government alert level details here.

Cornwall Park remains open to the public for you to enjoy, walk your dog on a lead, ride your bike and spend quality time. The park is again open to motor vehicles and parking, but this is limited. Our Green Lane West gate is open (7am) for vehicle access and our Kenneth Myers Drive Gate  is open (9:30am weekdays and 7am weekends and public holidays) for parking down to the car park next to the Auckland Archery Club, however all other vehicle gates remain closed. The south side of the park including Twin Oaks Drive will remain closed to vehicles to give staff the opportunity to undertake necessary maintenance. Pūriri Drive will remain closed to vehicles while Vector install new streetlights but Pōhutukawa Drive, off our Green Lane West entrance will be open for vehicle access to the main body of the park. A map can be found here. We have opened as many pedestrian gates and entrances as possible so you do not have to open these with your hands. Should you enter the park you must continue to observe the Ministry of Health and New Zealand Government guidelines about social distancing and keep at least 2 metres from other users while in the park. Cornwall Park is a lovely big park so please take the opportunity to discover new areas.

From Monday 18 May the Huia Lodge team will be back in the Huia Lodge Discovery Hub from 10am to 4pm everyday to help with any questions or lost property –  please knock on the door or call (09) 630 8485 for assistance. Acacia Cottage will remain closed. 

Our public barbecues and drinking fountains are unavailable until further notice. Our fitness keep, park benches and all toilets are now available.  Gatherings of more than 100 people are strictly prohibited as per New Zealand Government Alert Level 2 guidelines. If you wish to gather in Cornwall Park with more than 30 people please complete our application form online. Our eateries are open, however please check their website www.cornwallparkeateries.com for opening hours and days.

One Tree Hill Domain/Maungakiekie will also be open to cars but access will remain limited and turning points will be in place as there will be no through road to Cornwall Park. Please see map here for park access. In this area please only enter and exit through the Manukau Road entrance. This area is managed by Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority and Auckland Council should you have any questions. We are coordinating the park access together. 

If you have any questions regarding Cornwall Park, please email us at info@cornwallpark.co.nz.

Ngā mihi and stay safe. 

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