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Duders Hill

Duders Hill (also Takamaiiwaho) was a 20 metre high scoria mound located on the Devonport coast, on the lower south-east slopes of Mount Victoria, in the Auckland Volcanic Field. It was mostly quarried away in the early 20th century. It is thought to have been a section of Mount Victoria's upper scoria cone which was rafted downslope with lava flows.


  • City of Volcanoes: A geology of Auckland - Searle, Ernest J.; revised by Mayhill, R.D.; Longman Paul, 1981. First published 1964. ISBN 0-582-71784-1.
  • Volcanoes of Auckland: The Essential guide - Hayward, B.W., Murdoch, G., Maitland, G.; Auckland University Press, 2011.

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  • View of Duders Hill around 1879-1884
  • 1880s view of Duders Hill.

Coordinates: 36°49′48″S 174°48′11″E / 36.830039°S 174.802949°E / -36.830039; 174.802949

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