Promoting your event to a wider audience

Eventfinda –

Upper Hutt event organisers, big or small, should use Eventfinda to promote their events. Tens of thousands of people visit Eventfinda every month, so it provides a great opportunity to reach a wide audience. Eventfinda is a free event listing service and with so many Upper Hutt events being listed Eventfinda has created a special Upper Hutt section, making it even easier for people to find your event.

Use the link in the Resource & Links section to find out how to list your event on Eventfinda.

Upper Hutt Leader

Organising an event? Share the news with our 90,000+ readers throughout the Hutt Valley. Email details to or post to:

Whats On
PO Box 30029
Lower Hutt

Deadline is noon on Wednesday. Inclusion is at the discretion of The Leader.

Dominion Post (useful contacts)

Hutt Kids website:

The Hutt Kids website – is a great place to list events and activities for children and families.


Are you aware that the BNZ banks have electronic community noticeboards in store facing the waiting public and that you can load your event details onto this notice board? See in store for details or for further information 0800 275 269 or visit the Upper Hutt branch of the BNZ.

Community notice boards

Use the link in the Resource & Links section to find out how and where you can promote your event using temporary signage or community notice boards.

Online promotional tools

Make use of Facebook, Twitter and these Wellington-based websites which offer free listings:

Other promotional options

Email your event details to clubs, churches, school newsletters, the Upper Hutt Leader and Dominion Post newspapers

Don’t forget to email your friends, relations and colleagues.

Put your posters, with permission, where people wait, such as takeaway bars, and fish and chip shops.

If you would like to promote your event in the Upper Hutt Mall please seek permission from the Mall Manager. For bus and railway station promotion options please contact the Greater Wellington Regional Council.

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Last updated on 18 Mar 2019