You can take a 12-minute ferry ride from the Ferry Building to Devonport on the opposite shore (15NZD/person round trip). The streets and lanes of Devonport, known as the rich man’s island, are all small Victorian houses. A cup of coffee sits on the beach. The sea breeze is so comfortable. The best experience must be to climb Mount Victor in 15 minutes. This is the best place to see Auckland city centre and Rangitoto Island from a distance!
An Auckland resident who spent the summer in Devonport recommended that we escape the city on Sunday afternoon and take a boat to this beautiful seaside town. There are many Victorian buildings here, full of lush green areas, which makes people feel relaxed. There are several boats parked in the port, and the scenery is very beautiful throughout the afternoon, like a postcard scenery. The historic hotel The Esplanade is right next to the pier, offering delicious lunches and luxurious interiors. I'll be here soon by boat. (Everyone) I will definitely have a great time in Devonport.
A natural and fresh town, across the bay from Auckland City, the town is small and there are some old buildings, but the exterior is clean and clean. The greenery here is very good, with green trees and grass everywhere.
Auckland is a garden city in itself, the suburb of Devonport is one of the representatives, small town, the town has many ancient buildings, not too many visitors here, it seems very quiet and fresh.
The first stop in New Zealand came to Devonport. Unfortunately, it has been raining and there are not many people on the street shops. Oakland postcards are not as good-looking as Queenstown. It is recommended to buy them in Queenstown. Refrigerator magnets are expensive, but buy one as a souvenir. The clerk in some stores can speak Chinese, and when I passed by a coffee shop, I bought an ice cream, which was super unpalatable and expensive, and the one bought at Mission Bay in the back was almost one world at a time. Pedestrians on the road are walking dogs and running, wearing shorts for more than ten degrees, and the children are barefoot. The physique is really different from ours.
Devonport, a picturesque historical seaside town known by local Chinese as Oakland, is located on the north shore of Auckland, New Zealand. Victoria Street is a town filled with British retro and historic buildings. As I climbed the Victoria Dead Volcano, the less than 100m-high mountain overlooked the opposite shores of Oakland City and the harbor bridge, overlooking the harbor in the sun, the islands and sails on Lechorage Bay, and walking down the paths below North Point. A rocky reef can be seen, and then, to Cheltenham Bay Beach, you can not miss it!
Devonport is a spectacular bay landscape where the bay has many grotesquely shaped rocks that stand out above the sea and are washed by waves. The waves are so big and the seas are constantly scouring the bay, so it's great for surfing, and it's fun for many fans.
Driving across the famous Harbor Bridge and across Oakland Harbor is the historic town of Davenport Devonport across the sea from the downtown Oakland. Up on the top of Victoria ⛰️ is a great place to have a 360-degree view of Oakland. A small mushroom sculpture at the top of the mountain is a net red jujube (which can be used to take a panoramic picture of four or five of their own overlord circles) recommendation index: practical tips1⃣️ We were driven by ourselves, and friends in downtown Auckland can take a ferry over. Departure from the Forrest Ferry Terminal (Fullers ferry terminal) every 15-30 minutes. 2⃣️ If you drive there, the car can only stop at the foot of the mountain, you can't drive to the top of the mountain, but the mountain road is not long and soon to the top, it's not tired at all. 3⃣️ The wind at the top is super big. Please don't wear a hat. Unless it is a hard hat ⛑, it is sure to blow away and try to see the weather forecast before going out. The idea of one out was that I had a rainstorm at the top of the mountain, but luckily I managed to hold back the weak umbrella