Kia Ora Hutt Valley
Make it Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori every week in the Hutt Valley - with ways to order coffee, a burger or simply appreciate the origins of our valley in Te Reo
The well known way to say hello also means "have life" or "be healthy" as well as "thanks" and "cheers!"
With our wide open skies, big backyard of regional parks where wild Kiwi roam and warm Hutt hospitality we'd think those are pretty great matches to hear Kia ora a lot. We look forward to seeing you in Te Awakairangi (Hutt Valley) soon! Mā te wā!
Kōrero kawhe: order a coffee in Te Reo
The awesome team at Seashore Cabaret have created a handy booklet to help you order your kawhe kutē (espresso) in Te Reo. With locally roasted Good Fortune Coffee beans being served up, we know your kawhe kutē is going to be namunamuā (delicious)!
Hutt Valley is also known as Te Awa Kairangi which is also the oldest name for the Hutt River, attributed to first Polynesian explorer to come to this area, Kupe