WoW Wellington 21 Sept - 08 Oct
The World of WearableArt®, known as WOW®, is a renowned international design competition that attracts hundreds of entries from all over the world. Finalists compete for over $165,000 in prize money plus internships with leading creative companies such as Weta Workshop. The show runs sixteen times over September and October, with Awards Night on 22 September.
It's a great opportunity to get out on a holiday around Wellington and the lower North Island! Taking a campervan on holiday is an awesome way to experience New Zealand up close and personal, getting closer with nature and locals.
Plan your WoW trip with your own private motorhome rental from Mighway, and let the journey unfold!
South Coast Wanderer
The South Coast Wanderer is a fully equipped 4 berth motorhome available for your next adventure around New Zealand, so you can enjoy some of the best coastlines the world has to offer.
Richard's Kea Breeze
The four berth, self-contained Kea Breeze is ideal for a couple who likes a bit of flexibility and space all within a compact and modern motor home, or perfect for a family of four.
This is a Toyota Hiace high-top campervan is the perfect vehicle for a couple and small child. She has a "self-contained" certificate and so can freedom camp or plug in at a campsite.
The RV was perfect for our family, everything you needed. Much better experience than renting commercially/traditional rental. Handover easy to deal with, would definitely do it again!
Crossing the Cook Strait
Crossing the Cook Strait is a quintessential part of any New Zealand road trip. Pulling away from windy Wellie, leaving the North Island behind, there’s heaps to look forward to.
Low Cost Holiday Ideas
A campervan can help to open up your budget as you will can rent something that allows you to rest comfortably at night without having to fork out more money for a hotel!
New Zealand Wine Trail
You may or may not know this, but New Zealand is a wine lover’s dream. 80 percent of the wines produced in New Zealand come from Hawke’s Bay, Wairarapa, Wellington, and Marlborough.