Cornwall Park

Cornwall Park

The park is renowned for its landscape design and wide variety of mature trees. It is centred on a volcanic cone, One Tree Hill, with many interesting geological features. A pre-European Maori fortification (pa) was built on the cone, many features of which can still be seen.

The park's donor, Sir John Logan Campbell, is buried on the summit of One Tree Hill alongside the obelisk. The Maori name for the hill is Maungakiekie - mountain of the kiekie. Kiekie (Freycinettia banksii) grows as an epiphytic climber or vine. Immediately adjacent to the Park is One Tree Hill Domain, administered by Auckland Council. The two parks are run under different management but with very similar objectives.

Cornwall Park is administered by the Cornwall Park Trust Board at no cost to the ratepayers of Auckland.
Visitors can experience them as one park.  We hope you enjoy your visit.

Mobile Phone Trails and Events

Use your mobile phone and click here to learn more about the birds, trees or heritage features in Cornwall Park. Or click here to access our events programme.

Cornwall Park Survey

Please click here to fill in our Visitor Survey. If you would like to enter to win 1 of 3 gift vouchers to the Cornwall Park Café, please add your name and address at the end of the questionnaire – the vouchers are drawn at the end of the survey period.