#explore devonport

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. 

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WHAT’S ON?

jULY 2019

 
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The Traveling Fare

Every Tuesday in July wander down Devonport's ‘dining corridor’ on Victoria Road for the ultimate progressive dinner experience.

Each chef will dedicate their dish to one of the elements: air, earth, water, fire. Each dish will be flavorsome and imaginative, incorporating wherever possible native ingredients, traditional cooking methods, and locally-sourced produce. Tickets: Click here


Devonport's Matariki Dish
1 - 7 July 2019 - Devonport Village

Gather your friends and whānau for a memorable outing at one of Devonport’s many brilliant eateries.

Take your pick of several notable restaurants throughout this historic suburb to sample a Matariki-themed dish. What about Cardrona lamb at Devon on the Wharf? Full programme available here: https://www.aucklandnz.com/elementalfestival

Elemental Akl - Feast

We are stoked to be part of the Elemental AKL Festival this year. Our inspiration was, of course, Water or Moana and we will be offering our "Beetroot & Gin Hamana" featuring beetroot and Gin cured salmon with watercress puree, charred leeks, sprouts, apricot and olive oil reduction & cumin foam.

The Elemental Feast Festival will be on throughout July 2019. Be sure to check the link below for more info!

https://www.aucklandnz.com/elementalfe…/…/devon-on-the-wharf

 
Dress up in your favourite garments and head along to a dynamic live catwalk inside the majestic Devonport Ferry Terminal. Emceed by Pippa Wetzell, Fashion on the Wharf will present a collective of leading and emerging local labels, including Wallis, Sills + Co, as well as the unwearable art creations of award-winning designer, Beatrice Carlson.   Enjoy delicious Mediterranean and Turkish-inspired canapes and first drink on arrival from    Devon on the Wharf   , proud sponsor of Fashion on The Wharf.

Dress up in your favourite garments and head along to a dynamic live catwalk inside the majestic Devonport Ferry Terminal. Emceed by Pippa Wetzell, Fashion on the Wharf will present a collective of leading and emerging local labels, including Wallis, Sills + Co, as well as the unwearable art creations of award-winning designer, Beatrice Carlson.

Enjoy delicious Mediterranean and Turkish-inspired canapes and first drink on arrival from
Devon on the Wharf, proud sponsor of Fashion on The Wharf.

Touring Devonport

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.