Hearing loss is a serious health problem affecting Maori and Pacific people, however disparities in hearing loss among Maori and Pacific peoples remain as they continue to access hearing care services at a lower rate than non-Maori and non-Pacific. With emerging technology, hearing aids direct from manufacturers have become more accessible and affordable over the internet. However, risks and complications are involved with purchasing and fitting one’s own hearing aid. Alongside socioeconomic factors influencing access to hearing care services, cultural factors impact on Maori and Pacific peoples access to hearing care services. Therefore this study aims to conduct a scoping review based on understanding cultural perspectives on hearing and hearing aids among Maori and Pacific peoples in New Zealand, to assist in facilitating culturally appropriate hearing aid services.