Albany Lakes Civic Park

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Looking northeast over the lower lake, with the weir/bridge separating it from the higher eastern lake

Albany Lakes Civic Park is a public park located in Albany, Auckland, New Zealand. It is adjacent to the Westfield Albany shopping mall, in the centre of a new commercial/town centre area that is being developed.

The park comprises two artificial lakes that serve both as landscape features and stormwater ponds. The lakes were created in the late 2000s,[1] though the park took somewhat longer to finish, and much of the new vegetation is still in the process of growing in as of 2010.

Providing an assembly/grassland area allowing up to 10,000 people to the north of the lakes, the park was designated as one of the 'fan zones' for the Rugby World Cup 2011.[2]


  1. ^ "The dustbowl they call Paradise lost". The New Zealand Herald. 10 March 2007. Retrieved 13 January 2011.
  2. ^ Tapaleao, Vaimoana; Eames, David (9 September 2010). "World Cup 2011: City gets ready for big party". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 13 January 2011.

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