Devonport celebrates Artweek Auckland 2015 with a special day on Saturday October 10th

From midday until late, this is an opportunity to celebrate Devonports art, music and special ambiance at participating venues, including:

  • Peter Raos Gallery
  • The Esplanade Hotel
  • Back Alley Tease
  • Bette’s
  • Art of This World
  • Corellis Cafe
  • Magic Broomstick Segway Art Tours
  • The Vic: Cinema Cafe Theatre
  • Splash Childrens Art Gallery
  • The Depot Artspace, Small Dog Gallery and Verge Gallery
  • The Devonport Artists at Resene ColourShop
  • Devonport Library
  • Street Art & Installations

Music at the Devonport Band Rotunda includes the Navy Big Band and a line up of local musicians to compliment the spectacular  Glow@Artweek lighting installations, after dark.

Devonport and Silo Park are illuminated from 9th – 13th October for Artweek. One hundred thirty students made up more than 30 teams in a competition to be chosen to display their final projects for the public.

The theme ‘GLOW’ serves as inspiration for the installations, while also highlighting the use of sustainable materials, zero waste and the collaborative effort to create a work of architectural art that can be enjoyed by a diverse audience.

Each location has a unique set of instalments that will guide the public through their journey of the GLOW@Artweek exhibition. This dazzling, free exhibition is not to be missed.

For more information see


Judy Grieve phone 027 4451034

The Fine Homes Tour of Devonport

The Fine Homes Tour of Devonport provides a rare opportunity to visit 10 Devonport homes of distinction.

Devonport Rotary, with the generous support of Bayleys Real Estate and local businesses, are raising funds for Cure Kids, Alzheimers Auckland and Devonport Rotary Charitable Trusts through the second Fine Homes Tour of Devonport.

This event provides a fantastic opportunity for all architecture and interior design lovers and those with curious minds to see some of the most stunning homes in Devonport.

This great day out in the beautiful seaside suburb of Devonport is made possible by home owners who have generously opened their 10 very special houses to the public for one day only. Each property is sponsored by a variety of local businesses and ticket holders will be able to enjoy special offers from local cafes and restaurants on the day, with fabulous prizes up for grabs through a fundraising raffle.

Proceeds from the event support these fantastic organisations: Cure Kids, Alzheimers Auckland and Devonport Rotary Charitable Trusts.

The Depot Artspace

An evening of Cook Island song and dance Te Po Karioi, in commemoration of the 500 Cook Island soldiers.

Credit to The Depot


Devonport celebrates Auckland Festival “White Night” in Style!

Photo by Saskia Scheele

Photo by Saskia Scheele

Devonport - A never ending discovery

Wonderful heritage buildings, spectacular scenery, stunning beaches... Devonport, the beautiful village by the sea has it all, and at just 10 minutes ferry ride from Auckland’s CBD it is wonderfully easy to visit.

You’ll fall in love with Devonport from the moment you arrive; in fact you may never want to leave! It’s no wonder that Devonport rates so highly on nearly every Kiwi’s “must-do” list and it’s the 4th most visited destination in the Auckland region.

Surrounded by the stunning waters of the Waitemata Harbour, Devonport is blessed with boundless natural beauty, from the twin volcanic cones of Mount Victoria and North Head, offering some of the most spectacular views in Auckland, to its superb, safe white sand beaches.

Experience the art galleries, cafes, boutique shopping, the history and the delights of all that Devonport has to offer.

Auckland is the world’s 5th most liveable city* and Devonport is Auckland’s Crown Jewel. So come on over... you’ll love it!

* According to the Lonely Planet Guide


The Depot Artspace

An evening of Cook Island song and dance Te Po Karioi, in commemoration of the 500 Cook Island soldiers.

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