Cornwall Park, Auckland

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Join a number of locals for a stroll, jog, or picnic at Cornwall Park, one of Auckland's biggest and most popular outdoor areas. The center of the park is One Tree Hill, a volcanic cone that was a Maori stronghold. Today, the hill's summit is topped with a memorial to Sir John Logan Campbell, the park's main donor. In addition to lush greenery, the park offers facilities for various activities, such as tennis, cricket, rugby, cycling, or archery. With a peaceful atmosphere and more than 20 resident bird species, the park is also heaven for bird-watchers. The park is open every day from morning to dusk and there is no admission fee. See Cornwall Park and all Auckland has to offer by arranging your trip with our Auckland holiday planner.
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  • Cornwall park is a beautiful and easily accessible attraction for locals and visitors year round. Great picnic spots to chose from - under trees, by the band rotunda, by the farm. It's so large that t...  read more »
  • Especially great in Spring with the new lambs and calves and to walk or ride around this glorious park is a wonderful activity any time of the year. 
  • It's a great park and also a working farm with cows & sheep and fantastic city views from the top of One tree hill. 
  • Such a wonderful and beautiful park. Really shows the Beaty of New Zealand. Nice big open fields. Nice walks in forests. Sheep, playgrounds and a big hill. This place has everything.
  • The best park around. Enjoyed star show in the Observatory, had mystic night walk with my friend among giant trees. It's great place to escape from hectic city life to recharge and breathe fresh air. Nice spot for family weekend BBQ or romantic date on the top of the hill overlooking busy auckland. Creamery shop offers delish Alpress coffee and tasty deserts
  • A gorgeous park which is located within accessible access. With tumbling hills and sheep, for free, I recommend visiting at least once.
  • Gorgeous asset for Auckland. However the board are not community spirited demonstrated by there blocking off the watercare pipeline that then had to go through local streets and disrupt many lives. Shame on you Cornell park trust.
  • The park itself is fantastic. It's a real shame to be bombarded by music when visiting here. I'm sure some people enjoy Jazz but to have a Jazz Band hammering out their erratic music is hardly a restful environment.
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