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Project introduction

A new world class facility and home for Harbour Hockey and the Vantage Black Sticks will be built at Rosedale Park as part of the Northern Corridor Improvements project.

  • Estimated project dates

    Mar 2018–Dec 2019
  • Project status

    Construction

Project updates

The new Harbour Hockey facility
Factsheets, (PDF)
The history of Harbour Hockey
Factsheets, (PDF)
How people will travel to the new facility
Factsheets, (PDF)
Harbour Hockey facility construction timeline
Factsheets, (PDF)
Why Harbour Hockey are moving
Factsheets, (PDF)

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Background

North Harbour Hockey is one of three sports clubs (along with Rosedale Pony Club and North Harbour BMX) that will be relocated by the Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) project team as part of a community mitigation programme. It will relocate from its current home at Rosedale Park to a new facility at Rosedale Park West. After extensive investigation and consultation with affected sports clubs, council and the local community, the proposal to relocate Harbour Hockey was approved in December 2017(external link).

The NZ Transport Agency has committed funding to the development of the new Hockey Centre as well as upgrades to Wainoni Park for equestrian facilities and new facilities for North Harbour BMX at Hooton Reserve.

New Harbour Hockey facility

The exciting development will include four hockey turfs meet FIH Global Elite / FIH National level standards, a two-storey pavilion, seating for at least 450 spectators, 370 carparks, and become the competition and training base for all North Harbour Hockey’s clubs, schools and regional programmes. Additionally it will become the training base for the Vantage Black Sticks and home of Hockey New Zealand’s high performance programme placing a local, regional and international spotlight firmly on North Harbour.

For more information about North Harbour Hockey, visit www.harbourhockey.org.nz(external link), email hockeycentre@harbourhockey.org.nz or call (09) 415 7396.

Watch a video showing an artist's impression of the proposed new Harbour Hockey facility at Rosedale Park.

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