Park up your campervan, pitch your tent, or book a cabin at one of our region's holiday parks, in close proximity to the Interisland and Bluebridge ferry terminals.
Mid-valley excellent range of group accommodation
2 Reynolds Bach DriveSilverstreamT: +64 4 563 6376E: email@example.comW:www.staywithus.co.nz
Closest campground to Hutt City and ferry terminals
95 Hutt Park RoadLower HuttT: +64 4 568 5913 or 0800 488 872E: firstname.lastname@example.orgW:www.wellingtontop10.co.nz
2092 Akatarawa Road. Rd2Upper HuttT: +64 4 526 8322E: email@example.comW:See the feature
Access to coast with hidden valley and river walks
Wainuiomata Coast RoadFind details on Catchpool Valley Campsite looked after by the Department of Conservation
45 Akatarawa RoadUpper HuttT: +64 4 526 7400W: www.harcourtholidaypark.co.nz
184 Marchant RoadKaitoke, Upper HuttT: +64 4 526 7338E: firstname.lastname@example.org
2120 Akatarawa RoadAkatarawa, Upper HuttT: +64 4 471 2424E: email@example.comW:www.wellesleycountrypark.co.nz
Wellington Water FrontJervois QuayT: +64 4 472 3838E: firstname.lastname@example.orgW:www.wwmp.co.nz
As the first place of organised settlement in New Zealand it's no wonder Hutt City is filled with amazing New Zealand firsts; lighthouses, dams, settlements and more.
Taste buds are sure to be pleased between 14 - 30 August as Visa Wellington on a Plate returns to the region!
History, serenity and privacy. From the moment you arrive, Wallaceville House will delight. The surrounding bush providing a natural amphitheatre with the chattering of birds being the only interruption.
Located in an historical school building containing two classrooms, in the grounds of the Wainuiomata Primary School. One room has been converted into an historical display while the other room has been restored as a colonial classroom.