The Wellington Waterfront Motorhome Park will be closed from 1 April to mid May 2016. We will be re-opening at the end of May 2016 at a new site 100 metres from our current location. For booking enquiries past mid-May please email info@wwmp.co.nz.

If you are looking for a central location to park your motorhome overnight in Wellington then look no further. As its name suggests, Wellington Waterfront Motorhome Park is located on the waterfront within easy walking distance of the cafes, bars, restaurants, shops, theatres and main visitor attractions of central Wellington.

The city of Wellington is not only the political and cultural capital of New Zealand but is also the gateway between the north and south islands.

Our facility is adjacent to one of the main entry points to Wellington and is within 3 minutes drive of both inter-island car ferry terminals.

Wellington Waterfront Motorhome Park has 39 sites, the majority of which are powered sites and the park has modern and well appointed ablution facilities including a disabled accessible facility.

The motorhome park is owned and operated by Wellington Waterfront Limited a Wellington City Council controlled company. It has an on-site manager during the day seven days a week complemented by a 24/7 help-line.

*Times may vary during peak and off peak periods.


The Wellington Waterfront Motorhome Park will be closed for Winter as of Monday 18 April 2016. Alternative sites for parking are provided at Barnett Street Carpark (corner of Barnett St and Cable St), and the new Kumutoto North Carpark off Waterloo Quay (entrance opposite the Railway Station seaward side, near the Bluebridge Terminal). Please note – Barnett St and Kumutoto North carparks do not offer motorhome services or facilities (electricity and toilets).

If you require a full service motorhome carpark you can visit:

Further information on these providers can be found on their respective websites.

For more information phone 04 499-4444.


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