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Between bush-clad hills along the Hutt River, we're home to hundreds of trails, sunset-soaked seaside villages, coffee roasters, and where New Zealand's first settlers stepped ashore - all just 15 minutes from downtown Wellington.

Cycle the Hutt River trail and hundreds more around the valley

Escape to Eastbourne  - the view from Cobar restaurant

Wainuiomata wilderness

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 Waterfall walks in the Hutt Valley

 Saturday Riverbank Market, Lower Hutt

 

Local experts with insider tips

The team at Hutt City i-SITE Visitor Centre are ready to helpWhere's the best walk for buggies?
What motel has the best views?
Can I top up our Snapper cards?
The Hutt City i-SITE Visitor Centre team have all these answers, can take care of all your bookings for free, have visitor information, maps and whole load more.

Featured Accommodation

Orongorongo Station

This is as close to wilderness and as far south as you can possibly access by car.  Orongorongo Station is accessible, rugged coastal property but with modern comforts.


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Featured Event

Wellington on a Plate

Taste buds are sure to be pleased between 14 - 30 August as Visa Wellington on a Plate returns to the region!


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Featured Activity

Petone Rugby Club Museum

Founded in 1885, the Petone Rugby Club is one of the iconic Clubs in NZ Sport.  The Club has produced 30 All Blacks and 16 NZ Maori representatives, as well as several players who have represented other countries in Internationals.


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