Excellent, scenic 360 views of Auckland plenty of picnic spots, a lot of history. Visit this place on a sunny day, pack a lunch and dont forget a camera
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energetic walk to the summit but the views were well worth the walk. quite a few interesting things to look at like the toadstools and the disappearing gun.
Literally. A grey day in Auckland we decided to visit, having been away for many years. The wharf is superb and a great achievement to ensure it didn't overwhelm the area but still manage the people volumes. 12 minutes from Princes wharf and so simple....More
This has to be a must visit along with the North Head Historic Reserve if you want a birds eye view of Auckland and Auckland Harbour, Best seen in good weather it is easily accessible by car or foot. It is the highest point in...More
Went up again with visitors. 360 degree views and on a fine day absolutely stunning. The disappearing gun had been fired recently so took a closer look and found you can go down the steps and be alongside the gun. The whole Devonport area is...More
Park your car mid-way up the mt then walk the rest of the way to the top. Watch the 15 mins video on the history of the area. Excellent place to walk or track. A fantastic view of the Auckland CBD skyline.
Whilst in Devonport a short stroll up the Hill to check out Mount Victoria Reserve is a must. It affords great views across the Harbour back to Auckland city and the Harbour Bridge as well as views across to the islands. An old military bunker...More