Point England is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, governed by the Auckland Council. The suburb is part of the Auckland Territorial Authority and is one of 269 residential suburbs that make up the larger area.
According to the 2018 New Zealand census, Point England had a population of 4,923 people and 1,323 households.
The reserve covers 41 hectares and includes rural land, a coastal edge along the Tamaki Estuary, and connections along the Omaru Stream.
The reserve is bounded on the west by Elstree Avenue and on the south by Point England Road and Riverside Reserve. The reserve's eastern boundary follows the Tāmaki River. The northern end is adjacent to the Wai-O-Taiki Nature Reserve.
The Glenn Innes Pool and Leisure Centre is located on the reserve.
Point England School and Ruapotaka School are coeducational full primary schools that serve the suburb.