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Hutt Valley i-SITE Visitor Centres

Your local experts and one stop shop for bookings and information about what to see and do around the Hutt Valley and throughout New Zealand.

Hutt City i- SITE Visitor Centre

Our friendly staff can help you with travel bookings and ticketing for:

  • Rail journeys
  • Sightseeing tours
  • Inter island Ferries
  • Coach tours around NZ
  • Activities throughout NZ
  • Nationwide coach services
  • Accommodation throughout NZ

Plus 

  • Bike hire
  • Snapper cards
  • Internet access
  • DoC Hut Tickets
  • YHA Membership
  • New Zealand Stamps
  • Platinum Bus Passes
  • Mobile Phone top-ups
  • I Love Hutt City T-Shirts
  • Maps and Visitor Guides
  • International Calling Cards 
  • Local, regional and national information

Our spacious premises and special one-on-one personalised service is now famous with locals and visitors.

 

Hutt City i-SITE Visitor Centre  

25 Laings Road, Lower Hutt
T 04 560 4715
E info@huttvalleynz.com

Linda, Michaela, Pai, Jaimee, and Krystal will show you around

  • Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm,
  • Saturday and Sunday (and public holidays) 10am - 2pm.
  • Closed on Christmas Day

 

Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre

Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, 836 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt
T 04 527-2168
E upperhutt@i-site.org

Michelle, Shannan, Sharon, Emily and Rebecca will put you right

  • Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm,
  • Saturday and Sunday (and public holidays) 9.30am - 4pm
  • Closed on Christmans Day

 

Superior Gardens of the Hutt Valley

Hutt City was the original garden city of New Zealand and the pride of this standing continues through the superior floral and native, private and public gardens that fill the city. Here is a selection of guided and self guided gardens that represent a cross section of the valley.  Walk all the pathways or settle under a shady tree and take it all in.
 
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Food, fashion, funk and NZ firsts

Just one block back from the waterfront of Wellington Harbour, Jackson Street is filled with funky cafes, unique New Zealand focused galleries, eclectic shops you just won't find anywhere else in New Zealand and a history which is truly the start of the development of Wellington.

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Featured Accommodation

Wallaceville House

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.


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Red Roof gallery

Alex Cooper set up Red Roof gallery to exhibit New Zealand art in all forms; watercolours, oils and acrylics, ceramics and works in wood and metal.


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