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Devonport Heritage House and Garden Tea Party
Step back in time and enjoy a visit to The Peace and Plenty Inn. We will be open for Victorian High Tea $45 and Devonshire Teas $15.
Sat 29 Sep, Wed 3, Thur 4, Sat 6, Wed 10, Thurs 11, Sat 13 Oct
Peace and Plenty Inn, 6 Flagstaff Terrace, Devonport
Adults and Seniors - $15/$45, Children/Students - 50%, Groups of 10 people - 10%
A wonderful 18 hole Waitemata Golf Course Devonport
Take in the Devonport sights by bike and enjoy a environmentally friendly cycle along the waterfront on a retro Victorian style bike.
The Piha Canyon – come canyoning in the sub-tropical rainforest of the West Coast Waitakere Ranges, only 40 minutes from Auckland Central (transport provided). Abseiling down showering waterfalls surrounded by moss and fern covered volcanic rock walls, swimming through pools of blues and greens, jumps, caves, and slides as you explore the canyon! All obstacles are optional, no experience needed. You will also see the remains of the original pioneers wood constructed logging dam; learn about the local history and Maori culture. Climb Lion Rock for some great photo opportunities.
Includes transport, bakery lunch / refreshments, full equipment, a visit to black sand Piha Surf Beach and a beautiful rainforest walk.
Full Day Piha Canyoning - $165 – 7.5 hour trip
Half Day Piha Canyoning - $135 – 5.5 hour trip
Night Canyoning - $155 – 5.5 hour trip
The award-winning team at TIME Unlimited New Zealand Tours and Travel make it possible for you to discover the treasures of Auckland with their wide variety of truly personal and guided Auckland Tours.
They share a passion for the outstanding scenic beauty, unique activities, Maori culture and friendly people that make Auckland and New Zealand so special.
Should you choose to explore the village you may find yourself in one of the fine cafes that Devonport has to offer or dine in one of the many restaurants. Alternatively there are boutiques and antique shops to browse, or mountain walks to discover or perhaps a swim on Cheltenham Beach.
Devonport has three historical museums and a cinema. It has tennis courts, an 18 hole golf course and a gym all within five minutes.
In just one hour with Devonport Tours you can stand on two volcanic cones, see the charm of historical Devonport and enjoy unsurpassed views of the Auckland region. Visit Maori pa sites and the interesting network of tunnels and forts on North Head. From the city's best vantage point, see why Auckland is called "The City of Sails".
Then wander Devonport village which is renowned for its architecture, and diversity of restaurants, cafes and bars.
Journey through exibition galleries showcasing the trailblazing discovery and exploration of NZ’s maritime pioneers; set sail on the sparkling Waitemata Harbour aboard the heritage vessel fleet; or get involved in one of the many more events and activities.
The Museum has a working fleet of three heritage vessels that form an active and integral part of our collection. In fact, we are the only maritime museum in the world that offers such an experience.
Ted Ashby is a ketch-rigged deck scow, typical of the fleet of scows that once operated in northern New Zealand waters.
'City of Sails', your gateway to New Zealand is a blend of islands, glistening harbours and a modern city consistently ranked amongst the best lifestyle cities in the world.
Footprints takes visitors on tours through the forest, telling legendary stories, entertaining tourists using forest themes and bringing the unique environment of the forest to life for them.
Visit Waipoua Forest’s and see icon Tane Mahuta the sister tree to Japans Yakushima’s big cedar tree the Jomon Sugi. Tane Mahuta, which means "lord of the forest" in Maori, is the largest known kauri tree in New Zealand and is estimated to be between 1,200 to 2,000 years old, while Jomon Sugi is said to be several thousand years old.
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