THROUGH THE NAZAR EYE
Get some fresh air, stretch your legs and check out the jaw-dropping views of Devonport and Auckland city
A 12 minute ferry ride from the heart of the CDB Devon on The Wharf's waterside location has one of the best views in Auckland. With spectacular sunsets looking out towards the viaduct it's the perfect spot for pre-dinner cocktails, high tea filled afternoons, dinner for two or to host your next event.
Located in Devonport's Ferry Terminal, Devon On The Wharf is a little slice of heaven. When you visit Devon, you'll find yourself in the taste of Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine, to which we lend our very own facets. Well-known flavors surprise here in extraordinary combinations.
After you’ve enjoyed a fabulous dinner or cocktail, see the best of Devonport with a local guide.
Choose from Horse & Cart, Bus, Segway and Audio Tour.
WHAT TO DO?
Torpedo Bay Navy Museum: Housed in a 19th Century submarine mining station looking over the Waitemata Harbour, the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum showcases the rich history of the Royal New Zealand Navy.
Fishing on Devonport Wharf: Devonport Wharf provides a great location for both children and adults to fish and has a large number of fishing spots to choose from. The wharf has been a popular fishing location for both locals and visitors for many years
Walks & Trails: Unleash your inner explorer with a DIY walking tour. Uncover Devonport’s hidden secrets by foot – walk to top of Mount Victoria.
Devonport Village Walk: 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.
Art Galleries Continue down Wynyard Street towards the waterfront and turn left back onto Queens Parade. Here you’ll find two art galleries: Peter Raos Glass Gallery and Art of this World. See the work of worldwide acclaimed glass artist Peter Raos and purchase a special memento of your time in New Zealand. Further down get a taste of contemporary New Zealand art at Art of This World.