Petone & Hutt Valley
Down to the sea
View looking down towards the sea in Aurora Street, Petone. The sailing ship Aurora, was one of the very first early settlor ship, arriving here in January 1840. Immigrants landed at Petone Beach and were welcomed by the local tribes who helped them settle in. Many of the streets running north from the beach are named after the group of first settlor ships to arrive here in 1840 shortly after the Aurora.
Original sold, prints available.
This the popular Lighthouse Cinema in Beach Street, Petone. The old labour hall has been transforemd into a classy and cosy movie theatre.
Original out on hire
Down Jackson Street
Looking west along Jackson street towards the Western hills. The tree on the left of the painting has sadly now gone.
Down Buick street to the sea
Looking towards the Settlors Memorial on Petone Beach.
Hutt River mouth
Late afternoon at the Hutt River Mouth boatsheds, Hikoikoi Reserve.
Original for sale, $980,