See & Do

what is happening at cornwall park during the Covid-19 alert levels?

Vehicle Access


The park is again open to motor vehicles and parking, but there are some road closures. All our vehicle gates are open at 7am. Our Green Lane West gate is best for vehicle access to the main body of the park and all eateries. Our Kenneth Myers Drive gate is best for parking next to the Auckland Archery Club. Twin Oak Drive is partly pedestrian-access only/ partly one way vehicle access at this time. Vehicles can exit the park from the main roundabout along Twin Oak Drive out to Manukau Rd, but cannot enter the main section of the park from Manukau Rd. These road changes will be in place for the foreseeable future while logistics and feedback are being considered. Please send any feedback to info@cornwallpark.co.nz.

See map here for access details.

Gatherings


Gatherings are permitted within Cornwall Park, however we have always had a limit of 50 people per gathering year-round. Should you wish to gather with more than 30 people, please complete our application form. Please be kind and respectful of those around you and adhere to this.

Dogs


As always within Cornwall Park, please ensure your dog is on a leash at all times. This is a year-round condition of entry to the park due to livestock and public safety.

Our facilities


Our facilities are all open.

Our toilets


All toilet facilities are open, with regular cleaning in place.

Our farm


Please remember we have livestock onsite. Please return any gates that are closed to a closed position and be mindful to stay clear of the livestock on your walk as much as possible.

Accessible parking


Disabled parking is available in the car parks and near our eateries.

See map here for access details.

Huia Lodge and Acacia Cottage


Our buildings are all open and sanitised regularly. Hand sanitiser is available for public use.

Our eateries


The Cornwall Park Cafe and Creamery are open. Visit www.cornwallparkeateries.com for days and opening hours and for any updates.

Check in and be kind


We have posters displaying the QR code for the official NZ COVID Tracer app on the notice boards throughout the park. Please scan these if you have a smartphone and check-in so there is a record of your visit for contact tracing purposes. Thanks to everyone for seeing us through this period. Continue to be kind and enjoy the park!