Centrally located within the region, yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Hutt Valley is an ideal place to hold your conference, meeting or special day.
Quality venues and a strong supporting infrastructure will ensure your conference or meeting is memorable.
Find a range of venues from boutique properties to lodge retreats with quality motels and spaces for larger conferences and corporate events. The added bonus is affordable accommodation and activities close at hand.
An intimate casual garden wedding or a more formal event; the Hutt Valley has some of Wellington's most unique wedding venues.
The Hutt Valley has many scenic reserves and gardens, historic buildings and magnificent views where you can capture your special wedding day photos.
While you're here reward the team with world class tours such as quad biking Wellington Harbour’s spectacular and rugged south east coast and escaping to retreats minutes away from the central city.
500km of trails in the great outdoors and stories of New Zealand firsts mix with new culture, continuing Wellington’s top food and arts scene.
Be welcomed to NZ’s first settlement and our country’s first urban Marae and see examples of yesterday’s industry now in demand globally including 19th century wool looms weaving Hollywood costumes.
Indulge further and pick up something unique in Jackson Street’s boutique shopping line up and foodie hot spots, escape to award winning spas and explore our international smorgasbord of eateries.
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.
Taste buds are sure to be pleased between 14 - 30 August as Visa Wellington on a Plate returns to the region!
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.