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Boyes Park has a showpiece fountain at one of the busiest entrances to Hamilton’s central city.
Centennial Fountain and the planting backdrop of cabbage trees and flaxes have become a much-loved feature of the park, which is part of the historic West Town Belt (providing a green space network between Beetham Park, Waikato Stadium, Hinemoa Park, Casey’s Garden, and Norris Ward Park).
The park is named after Mr G Boyes, Secretary of the Domain Board in the 1920s.
Do I need an event permit?
An event permit ensures both your event and the safety of attendees is prioritised. You need a permit to host an event in a public park or space in Hamilton, especially when having any of the below:
- inflatables e.g. bouncy castle
- amusement devices
- food for sale, free or fundraising
- amplified sound e.g PA system
- road closure.
Can I book a park for my wedding?
Find out more information below to use one of our parks for your wedding ceremony or reception.