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Wellington may be the country’s capital, yet Auckland bogarts the Kiwi limelight; such is the size of New Zealand’s largest city, there are three ports dotted around the bustling metropolis – Devonport is perhaps the most picturesque of the lot.
The charming seaside village doesn’t hold much prominence outside of New Zealand, yet those who live in close proximity are very aware of the quaint streets, cosy cafes and glorious views afforded from the verdant hillside.
The short distance to Auckland’s city centre means that many who visit Devonport are just passing through, though those that do choose to stay for a day or two often reside in the recently restored Victorian Villas located next to a plethora of boutique stores and shopping outlets.
If you have a bit of time to spare before your departure, the landscape surrounding the harbour is emblazoned with pleasant walking trails, punctuated by several viewing spots to look out across the horizon. The harbour itself is fairly easy to reach via car; the road crossing the Harbour Bridge leads directly to the port, a journey which only takes around 12 minutes from the centre of Auckland.