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Flagstaff Park is a commonly booked sports park in the north of Hamilton and is home to the Suburbs Rugby Sports Club. The sports park is also ideal for cricket and soccer games with three sports fields and training lights for night games.


Flagstaff was originally named Dulverton, but officially named Flagstaff in 1986 when it became a suburb. Flagstaff’s name comes from a flagstaff located on the hillock on Sylvester Road. The flag was raised by a local farmer when a steamer passed through to alert authorities in a nearby settlement.

Facilities

Three sports fields

Toilets

Changing rooms

Clubrooms

Playground

Training lights

Walkway/bike paths

No power boxes on-site

Parking

60 spaces

Suitable for

Club sporting events

Community events

Cricket

Rugby

School sporting events

Soccer

Booking enquiry

Casual event applications are for if you need to book a park for sports training or matches. If you’re planning an event with any of items listed below, you’ll only need to apply for an event permit (the park booking will be made as part of this):

  • amusement devices
  • more than 100 people
  • food or market stalls
  • bands/DJs
  • marquee
  • stage
  • ​road closure.

Apply for an event permit

To book the clubrooms, please email Hamiltonsuburbs@xtra.co.nz.

Hamilton City Council

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

Will you require access to existing toilets?

Do you need vehicle access?

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