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.
106 Warren St, Hastings, 4122
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