Lower Hutt is a convenient location perfect to host your next event or conference.
Located in the heart of Lower Hutt with close proximity to local cafes, supermarkets, restaurants, shopping centre and with convenient parking nearby.
Lower Hutt is a diverse, neighbourly and safe community that is well-connected with public transport and motorways. With ample car parking and quality accommodation options, the Lower Hutt Events Centre is the perfect location for your next event, conference or trade show.
The Events Centre is a brand new development with the latest audio visual equipment for conferencing and events. The spaces has all new amenities, facilities and class leading infrastructure to support any size of event up to a maximum of 1200 delegates (static audience). More attendees can be accommodated in case of a flowing audience.
The venue is driven by the local Hutt City Council and has affinity with the local community and businesses. The Lower Hutt Events Centre is a part of the much bigger rejuvenation story of Lower Hutt.
There has been a rejuvenation of the local precinct including the Queensgate Shopping Centre (which is the Lower North Island’s largest Shopping Centre) and the River corridor adds to the overall experience of the venue. The Riddiford gardens has recently been upgraded and would be an excellent backdrop for weddings and associated events.
There is affordable car parking in and around the Lower Hutt Events Centre.
Close proximity to Dowse Art Museum which is a popular tourist attraction and also for a smaller event offers a classy break-out space.
Other elements that make Lower Hutt an excellent choice are, but not limited to;
- Complimentary Wi-fi available for Conference delegates.
- Excellent connectivity with the Wellington Airport by means of the Airport.
- Affordability of venue with class leading facilities and service quality of a 4-star venue.
- Historical legacy of the Events Centre is definitely an advantage.
- Advantage from the large population base in Greater Wellington Region.
- Central location in Wellington Region