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Anzac Park

Opening Hours

Opening hours

Pedestrian access 24 hours
No traffic access during the hours of darkness


Score Road and Hurahura Road.
Pedestrian access on Heta Road.

Score Road and Hurahura Road


Situated a few minutes from the city centre off Harris Street. There are 2 entrances, one at the end of Hurahura Road and Score Road, with pedestrian access from Heta Road.

Things to do

  • Barbeque - Barbecue
  • Boat Ramp - Boat Ramp
  • Football - Football
  • Picnic Table - Picnic Tables
  • Playground - Playground
  • Rowing - Rowing
  • A18 A - Sea Kayaking
  • Toilets - Toilets

Things you can't do

  • No Camping - X No Camping
  • No Dogs - X No Dogs
  • No Fire - X No Fires

About Anzac Park

Anzac Park is a large flat open space fringed by mature trees with 2 native bush areas. A popular park with families, it has a children’s playground, barbecue and picnic tables. It's also well-used by sports clubs with a football field, storage facilities for rowing, kayaking and waka ama and a boat ramp.

Hold an event or book the sports field

To book the football field or hold an event at Anzac Park - use our online booking form

Reserve management plan

Read the sports parks management plan


Anzac Park was named on 26 April 1916, C Lawless proposed to Council that 'Scores Point Recreation Ground' be named ‘Anzac Park’ and the name was adopted. The name commemorates the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps which served in World War I in Europe and the Middle East. In 1949 the Anzac Park Sports Club and Improvements Society was founded and by 1951 they had raised funds to erect play equipment on the site.

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