Landmarks Square is a pocket park in the central city named for Landmarks, a Council and community initiative focused on the enhancement of the Hastings environment.
The park includes a planted feature wall, an industrial steel shade pergola, grassed spaces, seating and a water fountain.
The Landmarks initiative was started in the late 1990s by then mayor, the late Jeremy Dwyer. A wall plaque in the park tells the story of his vision to build community pride in the wake of difficult economic times.
Public toilets: No
The entrance to the park is off Warren St.
Maintenance and development programmes for this park are governed by the District Wide Reserve Management Plan.
Landmarks Square Location Map
106 Warren St, Hastings, 4122