Mount Victoria, at 87 meters, is a 10-15 minute walk from the Devonport ferry terminal. Maori fortifications can still be seen - Takarunga, "the hill above", was an important Maori Pa or fortress site. French navigator Dumont D'Urville recognized the strategic importance of the scoria cone and climbed to the top in 1827. Later it was the site of a signal station for shipping. Today Mount Victoria rewards visitors with a splendid view of the harbor and city as well as well-tended gardens and trees.
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