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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.



Park bench(es)


Suitable for

Family groups


Booking enquiry

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
  • music
  • marquee
  • stage
  • road closure.

Apply for an event permit

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.

Book a park for your wedding

Booking dates

Will you have food for sale or for free during your event?

Will you require access to existing toilets?

Do you need vehicle access to the field?

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