• New Zealand’s sea warriors

    Devonport’s naval heritage dates back to the 1840’s and is proudly showcased at the Navy Museum at Torpedo Bay. North Head and Fort Takapuna also feature fascinating maritime heritage.
    Photo : Torpedo Bay
  • Splash-tastic at Devonport Beach

    It’s the best of summer fun at Devonport Beach. Perfect for families and conveniently located by Windsor Reserve with its large grassy area for running around and a popular children's playground.
    Photo : Visit Devonport
  • Life’s a beach in Devonport

    Relax and breathe in the fresh sea air as you explore Devonport’s famous Cheltenham beach. Marvel at the awesome sea views from the shore or take a refreshing dip in the calm ocean waters.
    Photo : Visit Devonport
  • Choose your own adventure

    Unleash your inner explorer and go on a do-it-yourself walking tour around picturesque Devonport. Follow the signs to see museums, churches and the best vantage points for magnificent views.
    Photo : Visit Devonport
EXPLORE

Arts, Crafts & Music

EXPLOREPicture-perfect Devonport is a magnet for artists, musicians, writers and craftspeople.

Family Friendly

EXPLOREKeep the kids entertained in Devonport’s seaside village. Check out the top spots that are family friendly

Great Outdoors

EXPLOREGet some fresh air, stretch your legs and check out the jaw-dropping views of Devonport and Auckland city

History & Culture

EXPLORETake a journey through history and discover Devonport’s fascinating heritage. Famed for its villas

Touring Devonport

EXPLORESee the best of Devonport with a local guide. Choose from Horse & Cart, Bus, Segway and Audio Tour

Walks & Trails

EXPLOREUnleash your inner explorer with a DIY walking tour. Uncover Devonport’s hidden secrets by foot – walk to
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Maori History Trail

EXPLORE The Maori History Trail is a great introduction to the unique indigenous history of Devonport and its links to the settlement of Maori in Auckland. Discover the landing site of one of the first Maori Wakas to New Zealand, two Maori pā sites and the grave of esteemed Maori Chief Eru Patuone.

The Devonport Museum

EXPLORE Established in 1977, the Devonport Museum has been collecting and displaying Devonport’s historical artefacts and archives for nearly forty years. Housed in the old Presbyterian Church, the museum was originally found on Church Street and was relocated to its current location on Vauxhall Road.

Devonport Tours

EXPLORE Devonport Tours are the perfect way to explore the highlights of Devonport seaside village, with informative commentary from one of our friendly and knowledgeable guides. Devonport tours offers two tour packages: The Explorer Tour and The Lunch Tour.

Devonport Waterfront Walk

EXPLORE The Devonport Waterfront Walk is the perfect way to admire and explore a number of Devonport’s iconic surroundings. This walk along King Edward Parade towards North Head takes approximately 45 minutes.

Devonport Village Walk

EXPLORE The Devonport Village Walk introduces you to the highlights of the seaside village: historic sites, period architecture, spectacular views and tastey treats. Taking between one and two hours to complete, this walk is perfect for those who are short on time.

Fort Takapuna Devonport

EXPLORE Fort Takapuna is a lookout point and bunker defence site and the last of the New Zealand designed twin 6 inch gun forts in existence. The fort is below ground level as originally a dry moat surrounded the fort on all sides, with a drawbridge to provide access.
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