Whanganui / Rangitiki

Portable Cabins For Rent Available Now

Franchisee Details

BRANCH: Whanganui/ Rangitikei

CONTACT: Andrew McCarthy

DISPLAY CABIN: 135 Mosston Road, Castle Cliff, Whanganui

PHONE: 0800 58 78 22

MOBILE: 027 202 3414

EASY-PAY Pricing: allows you to pay off the Bond by paying $20.00 extra per week until the Bond is paid off.

Shorter term by negotiation.

A legally binding lease agreement must be entered into for every hire.

WINZ quotes available.

All commercial lease prices are plus GST.



Rates from $80.00

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

Weekly Rate:

Minimum 6 months: $80.00

Minimum 3 months: $110.00

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 $95.00

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

Weekly Rate:

Minimum 6 months: $95.00

Minimum 3 months: $125.00

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 $110.00

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

Weekly Rate:

Minimum 6 months: $110.00

Minimum 3 months: $145.00

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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Are you worried about where to accommodate family members that are returning home, or perhaps you are expecting long term guests? Just Cabins' popular portable cabins in Wanganui are fantastic as sleepouts for extended family, holiday or other accommodation needs.

Alternatively you may want to work from home, but do not have a spare room inside your home. So why not rent a cabin? Portable cabins are ideal as portable offices and as they are detached from the house, you can keep work entirely separate from your personal life.

Our range of simple one room cabins are specially designed and complete with lighting, power, insulation, carpets, security lights, lockable ranch slider and window. Also built on a steel-framed trailer, makes delivery and set-up easy with just a four wheel drive vehicle.

Single room, portable cabins are fast becoming a popular and economical option when extra rooms are required in both the residential and commercial sector. The cabins are factory built to meet all council building requirements, so there are no approvals or consents needed before they can be delivered.

Just Cabins make three different sized cabins. The standard cabin size is 2.4 x 3.6m and the largest is 2.4 x 4.8m. Even the smallest size cabin can accommodate a queen size bed, or 2 single beds and a dresser. Or if you require office space, there's plenty of room for 2 desks and office furniture.

Our portable cabins don't need planning permission to install, so they can be delivered immediately. You just plug in the power, furnish them and your cabin is ready for use. Plan and rent your cabin today - you can use our online tool to plan the layout - and get in touch with Just Cabins in Wanganui. You'll have the extra room you need.

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. Generally cabins are considered to be a small 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 truck or trailer, and can be manoeuvred into position. They are often situated in backyards, and utilised as temporary and inexpensive accommodation.

About Wanganui / Whanganui

Wanganui or Whanganui as pronounced correctly by Maori, lies on the banks of the Whanganui River, and is a small city with a population of about 44,000. The economy is largely based around the agricultural hinterland, and tourism is also becoming more important to the city.

Pretty recreational lakes and rugged beaches are popular destinations close to Wanganui, and the city also has magnificent botanical gardens, parks, museums, galleries and significant historical towers. As well the city has a strong artist culture, marked by festivals and events.

The Whanganui river itself is a major attraction, providing many tourist activities such as trout fishing, jet boating and kayaking down rapids, amidst spectacular bush clad hills and valleys.

To the north of Wanganui is the Whanganui National Park, popular for tramping and river trips.