Kaipara & Far North

Portable Cabins For Rent Available Now

Franchisee Details

BRANCH: Northland - Kaipara & Far North


PHONE: 0800 58 78 22

MOBILE: 021 858 031



Rates from $70.00

Delivery, Installation & Collection: $250.00
Bond: $300.00

Weekly Rate:

Minimum 6 months: $70.00

A Standard size cabin at 3.6m X 2.4m has been designed as an outside room to rent for extra space. Use as a bedroom or sleepout, or an office at home.

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Rates from $90.00

Delivery, Installation & Collection: $250.00
Bond: $300.00

Weekly Rate:

Minimum 6 months: $90.00

A Large Cabin at 4.2m x 2.4m is large enough for a queen bed. This outside room is an affordable option when you need a lot of extra living space.

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Rates from $105.00

Delivery, Installation & Collection: $250.00
Bond: $300.00

Weekly Rate:

Minimum 6 months: $105.00

The Extra Large Cabin at 4.8m x 2.4m is a spacious outside room. Ideal as worker accommodation, a large bedroom, or office space big enough for 3 staff.

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Overcrowded accommodation problems can be quickly alleviated if you rent a portable cabin from Just Cabins Kaipara and the Far North. Our cabins are simple, single, portable rooms, so are easily delivered to you. They can be adapted to customers' requirements, they are ideal as a sleepout, office, extra room or storage. Our portable cabin range has three sizes for your to choose from. We've made them very comfortable to live in and have included features like:

  • Power
  • Smoke alarm
  • Insulation
  • Carpets and curtains
  • Switchboard and safety fuses
  • Security lights
  • Window security stays
  • Painted interior
  • Deck and Step
  • Lockable ranchslider door

Just Cabins portable cabins have been strongly constructed with quality products, so they are weather tight and sound. All cabins come on their own permanent trailer, so delivery is quick and easy. They are raised from the ground, so you don't have to worry about dampness.

While our portable cabins are generally used as accommodation, the purposes for which they can be used is diverse, including use as an extra bedroom or guest accommodation, storage, studio, hobby room, or office. They can also be used in many industry sectors as a temporary building. So Just Cabins in the Far North have the cost effective answer when you require extra temporary space.

About Portable Cabins

A portable cabin, is generally a small, simple, one room building designed and built to be mobile, rather than permanently positioned. Portable cabins have a number of uses. They may be used for long-standing, short-term, or permanent facilities, and are very reasonably priced because of the factory construction of these buildings.

Traditionally cabins are considered to be a small rough house or shelter, with basic living utilities, often constructed from logs. Now 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. They are often sited in backyards, and utilised as extra, temporary and inexpensive accommodation.

About Northland

The Just Cabins Rent a Room Northland region incorporates the Kaipara, Bay of Islands and the Far North. Main centres include Kaitaia, Paihia, Kawakawa, Dargaville, Kerikeri, Waitangi, Kaikohe, Ruawai, Kaeo, Moerewa Ahipara and Russell. The area is of historical significance to all New Zealanders, Waitangi is where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed and this event is still marked today with a national holiday and commemorations. The first colonial Europeans have left a legacy of historical buildings and museums in Russell and Kerikeri, and there is still a strong Maori cultural presence in the area. The Far Norths subtropical climate lends to a strong horticultural industry in the region. The high sunshine hours has also contributed to the tourism in the area, with water sports and boating being huge attractions.

Paihia is the doorway to the Bay of Islands, a renowned beauty spot that is surrounded by quiet picturesque islands to explore and relax on. Visiting yachts and launches anchor in the islands sheltered scenic bays, amidst the tranquillity, and tour boats visit regularly. Cape Reinga lighthouse on the northern tip of New Zealand warns of the turbulent seas where the Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea meet. It is also the spot where the Maori spirits depart to their final resting place. Down the western side is Ninety Mile Beach , a huge stretch of rugged beach, popular for surf casting and the bus tours that race along the sand.