• See the city sights

    Devonport boasts some of the best views of Auckland's city skyline. Take a stroll along Queens Parade to see spectacular city views on one side and beautiful waterfront villas on the other.
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  • Take in the ocean views

    Go on a walk along one of North Head's grassy trails to see jaw-dropping ocean views over to Rangitoto and the islands of the Hauraki gulf. You will also see why Auckland is called the City of Sails!
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  • 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.
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WALKS & TRAILS

Unleash your inner explorer with a DIY walking tour. Uncover Devonport’s hidden secrets by foot – walk to the top of Mount Victoria and take in stunning panoramic views of Auckland harbour. This breathtaking 360 degree view is unique to Devonport and a must-see whilst visiting the village.


Pick up a brochure and follow The Old Devonport Walk around the seaside town. Enjoy the sites of historic Devonport; beautifully restored Victorian villas, picturesque white sandy swimming beaches, volcanic cones and Devonport’s navy heritage.


Devonport Audio Tour

WALKS & TRAILS Discover the sights and sounds of Auckland’s historic seaside village with a self-guided Devonport Audio Tour. The streets come alive as you uncover Devonport's unique role in New Zealand's history.

Maori History Trail

WALKS & TRAILS 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.

Fort Takapuna Devonport

WALKS & TRAILS 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.

Devonport Military History Trail

WALKS & TRAILS Named after the Devonport naval base in England, Devonport is home to the Royal New Zealand navy and is rich in maritime history. The Military History Trail is the perfect introduction to Devonport’s historical connections with the military service and one of a kind views from Devonport’s unique military strong points.

Devonport History Trail

WALKS & TRAILS The History Trail is a must-do for history buffs or those wanting to further explore the fascinating history of one of Auckland’s oldest areas. Discover two volcanic cones, iconic Devonport architecture and historic sites and memorials dedicated to commemorating Devonport’s unique role in New Zealand history.

Devonport Village Walk

WALKS & TRAILS 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.
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