The Point Chevalier Hub
Viva La Chev! 1022 for life!
What we do
We're on Email, Facebook, Instagram & Twitter
We aim to help help locals connect with all the many wonderful and varied groups, events and happenings here, while being apolitical and non-commercial.
As well as this website, we produce a weekly Community Email newsletter that was launched in May 2010 with 1600+ subscribers, subscribe here. If you want to have things included, get in touch though email@example.com, or Messenger.
A lot of the photos used here have been sent in by people and if you have any you'd like to share please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Other neighbourhood info sources
Point Chevalier Neighbourhood Watch
Pt Chevalier Community Facebook page
Local groups on social media worth following
Walking and Biking Ideas
This map shows the local options for walking and biking.
The intention is that you can pick and mix the various options into your route planning and stay off roads as much as possible
Once in the map, scroll down in theleft hand menu to select a second layer with suggested walking loops and routes.
Dog Rules for parks and beaches
On the beach and in the water from north of the marker post located at the northern most access from Eric Armishaw Park onto the beach to the northern headland of Point Chevalier Beach:
Winter (1 April until Friday before Labour day weekend): 10am-4pm, under control on a leash
| 4pm-10am, under control off a leash.
Summer (Labour day weekend until 31 March): 5am to 9am, under control off a leash | 9am-7pm, prohibited | 7pm-9am, under control on a leash
Allow dogs under control off a leash east of the northern headland of Point Chevalier Beach.
Allow dogs under control on a leash on the open grass areas, boardwalks and walkways of Eric Armishaw Park and to prohibit dogs on the remainder of the park to protect wildlife.
Point Chevalier Beach is an area reserved for swimmers and non-mechanically powered vessels.
This means yachts, kayaks and other craft without motors are fine within the buoys off the beach, but jet skis and other motorised craft are not allowed. This information is contained in Auckland Council's Navigation Safety Bylaw 2014 and Controls. You can find the bylaw and map (2.1) that shows the designated Point Chevalier Beach area here
Donate your unwanted stuff
The Homestead, 92 Point Chevalier Rd
Proceeds help with centre running costs
Swap a book
126 Point Chevalier Rd, and at Coyle Park
Mercy Hospice Shop & Vincent de Paul, Point Chev Arcade
They do not accept electrical goods, food items & large furniture.
Clothing Bin at the League Club
Recycle your old clothes in the bins at the Rugby League Clubrooms, 417 Point Chevalier Rd.
Please only items taht are reuasable and use bags for:
Clean adults and childrens clothing | Paired shoes | Household items | Blankets | Bed linen | Belts | Sportwear | soft toys
Things you might not know about
Reef Radio - Point Chev has it's own Radio station!
Eric Allen is using his love and knowledge of music to give back to his local community, and runs Reef Radio station out of a small home studio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 106.7FM.
The wonderful team at Adventure Cycles (one of the truly great things about here) offer monthly Bicycle Maintenance. First Monday of the month, 6.30pm, Adult and up to two children for only $12.50 (bring your bike along too)
Serbian Bake Sale
First Saturday of the month 9am-1pm, at the Serbian Church 315 Point Chevalier Road
The local JPs have a free service at the Library on Saturdays, 10-12
Pataki Kai Point Chevalier
Free Community sharing stand / Open Street Pantry, 9 Rama Rd
Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi – With your basket and my basket, the people will flourish.
Point Chev T-Shirts
Buy these at Mud Pie Deli.
The Pirate Burger
When you are really hungry, treat yourself to the PIrate Burger at the Bowling Club
- Oliver St (pictured), used by a lot of paddle boarders and kayakers
- Raymond Street reserve
- Eric Armishaw.
Anzac Day Parade
This a wonderful and very well supported event
Miller St Christmas Lights
Our very own Franklin Rd, lead by Bruce the legend (above)
Its great fun - Dignan St is fright central
A Day in the Life of Point Chevalier, 2010
We had a photo competition over one weekend in 2010 and the response was AMAZING. Here's the winner - 'Eric & Paul Sunday Arvo beers at the RSA' - and all the photos can be seen on the Photo Competition page .
There is a book of the photos behind the counter at the Library if you ask
Point Chevalier Playgrounds
Premier Ave Reserve
Eric Armishaw Park
Point Chevalier Halls for Hire
Te Mahurehure Marae
Quite new with facilities for up to 300 people including a full kitchen - great for weddings and conferences
126 Point Chev Trd
Point Chevalier Sailing Club
The Auckland Subud Hall in Point Chevalier has four beautiful rooms to hire for fitness classes, community clubs, workshops and rehearsals. It is located at 19 Formby Avenue. For more information or to make a booking please visit our website or contact us:
phone: 09 846-5797
Air Scouts Hall
Point Chevalier Scouts have a hall to hire. 93B Moa Rd. Excellent for children's parties- indoor/outdoor activities. Excellent for group meetings and clubs. Fully fenced grounds, safe for all ages, kitchen and toilets
$30 per hour or $100 per event.
Point Chevalier Bowling Club
St. Francis School/Parish
2 Montrose Street, Point Chevalier. Please email email@example.com for more details.
Point Chevalier Community Centre
Four meeting rooms available to community groups, social clubs, businesses, church groups, children’s birthday parties and others. One off, casual or regular bookings are available. Competitive rates. Rooms are suitable for groups of 10-35 people. Ring 846-1094. Photos of the rooms are available at www.ptchevcommunitycentre.org.nz
Rugby League Clubrooms
Rates negotiable. Licensed Bar, Kitchen Available, outdoor area. Please ring Roy. Clubroom number is 09 846 4778.
Point Chev Road
Pasadena Intermediate Hall
The Point Chevalier Hub started as the work of local Cameron Greig who bought a house here in 2003, because he couldn't afford Westmere (!) - a fortuitous twist of fate.
Now with a family, we are embedded into this place, living on Newell St and owning the Rumpus Room Early Learning Centre on Moa Rd.
Jacqui looks after the Facebook and Instagram side of things. This is our way of giving back to the community we love.
Viva La Chev! 1022 for life!