Portable cabins are a cost effective alternative when you need extra room at your home or business, and are becoming very popular in both Tauranga and Katikati. Rather than adding an extension to an existing building, or even moving accommodation, many are renting a cabin to use as a extra portable room, when they need more space.

In many ways portable cabins are a modern updated version of the caravan. Built on their own trailer, like a caravan, they are just as easily transported and manoeuvred into position. You'd be surprised where they can fit.

Customers find our portable accommodation cabins are ideal as an extra bedroom or office. They are fully insulated with lockable ranch slider, large window, power, security lights, curtains, carpets, smoke alarm and even a small deck.

As a single portable room, that's fitted out for immediate use, you can order your cabin, have it installed on your property and ready for occupancy in a few days. So contact Just Cabins in Tauranga, to discuss how we can solve your accommodation problems.

About Portable Cabins

A portable cabin, is generally a small, simple, one room building designed and built to be movable, rather than permanently located. Portable cabins have a variety of uses. They may be used for long-term, temporary or permanent facilities, and are very affordable because of the factory construction of these buildings. Cabins are considered to be a small rough house or shelter, with basic living utilities, often constructed from logs. The most familiar modern type of portable cabins are designed to be impermanent, and are carried to or from site on a trailer, and can be manoeuvred into position.

About Tauranga and Katikati in the Bay of Plenty

Tauranga is the most populous city in the Bay of Plenty region, in the North Island of New Zealand. It has an urban population of 120,000 and is one of New Zealand's main centres for business, international trade, culture, fashion and horticulture including kiwifruit production. The Port of Tauranga is New Zealand's largest port in terms of gross export tonnage. The city is located around a large harbour that extends along the western Bay of Plenty, and is protected by Matakana Island and the extinct volcano of Mauao,(Mount Maunganui). Due to its sheltered position on the east coast, Tauranga enjoys a warm, subtropical climate. During the summer months the population swells as the holidaymakers descend on the city, especially along the popular white coastal surf beaches from Mount Maunganui to Papamoa.

Katikati, known as the mural town of New Zealand, is a short distance further north. Interesting murals on many walls around the centre of town, depict the towns' history, and outdoor sculptures add to the appeal. The delightful Hikau pathway just behind the town’s main street features engraved poem boulders along the walkway. Katikati is also an ideal base from which to explore the many bush walks and tramps close by in the Kaimai Ranges.