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Welcome to Wynyard Street

Morning commuters headed to Auckland's CBD, or racing home at the end of the day, always take Wynyard street, Devonport's own little urban artscape, and gritty industrial corridor. Here block walls are painted bright by noted artists Kelly Spencer, Cinzah, Charlotte Hawley and Marcus Watson, creating a distinctive Devonport flavour, seasoned by Devonport Chocolate, Chiasso Coffee Roaster and the Middle Eastern taste of Karavan Delicatessen. 

On this road reside Kevin Johnson Boat Builders, Firefly Light & Design, Devonport School of Dance, mechanics and artists, architects and journalists. It's a salt and pepper place, known well by locals and only ever stumbled upon by visitors.

This Devonport Messenger will introduce you to some of these Wynyard Street Businesses, as well as celebrate the upcoming extension of the Devonport Arts Festival Art Trail, taking place April 28th, and starting, once again on Wynyard Street. 

Devonport Arts Festival: Residential Art Trail Extended

The Devonport Arts Festival is Devonport's most enduring art event, having started back in the 1950s. This year its presence  will be felt with the addition of five new walls painted by established and emerging artists. On Saturday 28th April between 1-3pm artists will be at each new wall and there will be art action stations for children, so book it in your diary and discover Devonport's Art Trail, sponsored by Resene
 
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New on Wynyard: Karavan

In a painted warehouse is our newest day-time eatery, the hotly popular Karavan Delicatessen. In this light and slick space Head Chef Victor Flores (formerly of Vudu Café and Kokako Café) serves up stunning middle eastern foods using local produce, and the organic coffee from Wellington roaster People’s Coffee has already won over many morning commuters as their preferred ferry-crossing fix.

 
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Reformed by Devonport Physio & Pilates

Sarah Metcalf is our resident physio and pilates guru who owns Devonport Physio & Pilates on Wynyard Street. We don’t just love her for her commitment to physical wellness, we also love her for nailing the super mum gig – because when she’s not busy getting the bodies of her clients into line, she’ll be getting her own three little loves (including 2 year old twins!) straightened out. We ask Sarah a few nosy questions to find out what pilates is all about…
 
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Saving Lives, Restoring Sight and Building Homes with the Anglican Op Shop. 


The Anglican Community Shop is a glory box of treasures and those who shop there, whether they’re aware or not, are making a valuable difference to the lives of others.

Commonly known as “The Op Shop” it was started in 1977 by the Ladies of the Guild to provide financial support for the Parish of Devonport at a time when it was experiencing some financial difficulty, but so successful is the business model, that many, many more now benefit from its operations...
 
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Devonport Hospice Takes Prize for Best Window Display

Following the Devonport Village Market Day and Naval Base Open Day that saw 7000 visitors to the area, congratulations go to Devonport Hospice for their winning window display. They, along with one lucky voter have scored a table for two each on a Navy Ship next Auckland Anniversary. 

 
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From the Devonport Business Association and BID Manager, Toni van Tonder
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