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If you want to explore more than just Auckland but you can’t afford to travel very far, I suggest to you Devonport. The little island town sits just across the bay at a 10-minute ferry ride away. 136 more words


#238 Fort Takapuna - a tiny piece of history

What an interesting place to hang out. The structures in this area of the Fort Takapuna Historic Reserve are so old and fun to observe and linger over. 113 more words

Just For Fun

Plymouth in 1914- September

Slightly late this month but we have the usual monthly calendar, pictures of Mt Edgcumbe and Saltram and a directory of all of the advertisers in Doidges 1914.

Magic Broomstick Segway Tours profiled in Channel magazine

This month’s Feature Interview in Channel magazine is with Pauline Baker, owner of iconic Devonport business Magic Broomstick Segway Tours.

Pauline talks about how she came to own and then grow her business, the ‘magic’ of Devonport as a destination and a place to live, who she looks up to in business, and much more. 110 more words


Untouched cloud porn from the skies above Devonport, Tasmania (October 2012)


23rd August 1813. Decline of a Street.

A tinted pre-war view of the Plymouth, England, Theatre Royal has an antique bus sporting an advert for Moon’s Pianos whose premises later transmogrified into the ubiquitous MacDonalds: a moral for our time. 383 more words


The Seven Year Itch - well and truly scratched.

South Hobart Match Manager and all round handy bloke Noel Clarke was scratching his head yesterday evening, trying to work out how to build on an extension to the trophy cabinet. 1,314 more words