Visit Whanganui District with Mighway

Hire a campervan in Whanganui District

Whanganui District is one of the districts of New Zealand. It includes the city of Whanganui and surrounding areas.

Campervan Hire Whanganui District

Somewhere Central
$250 / Day

Somewhere Central

Whanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui

Sleeps 4
Length 7.7m

Out the Gate- Pet Friendly !
$115 / Day

Out the Gate- Pet Friendly !

Whanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui

Sleeps 3
Length 6.6m

Places to Visit near Whanganui District

Quartz Museum

The museum houses more than 400 works in the collection. Ceramic works are also borrowed from private collections for special exhibitions at the museum and each year an installation is commissioned. This is a wonderful addition to Whanganui’s art world and a “must see”!

New Zealand Glassworks

New Zealand Glassworks provides a contemporary gallery space at an international level, featuring some of New Zealand’s most respected and collected artists in this field. Seasonal exhibitions, a retail outlet and online shop. You will discover contemporary art glass and limited edition works.

Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua

Set the heart of Taupō Quay, the Sarjeant on the Quay’s shop specialises in exclusive gifts including jewellery, objects & glass.

The Sarjeant holds more than 8 000 artworks in its collection with a comprehensive NZ art history from the 1840’s to the present day.

The iconic neoclassical Sarjeant Gallery at Queens Park is set to undergo a $35 million redevelopment and although closed, remains a Whanganui “must see” site.

Whanganui Regional Museum

Set in the heart of Whanganui’s cultural centre on Queens Park, the Whanganui Regional Museum offers visitors a rare experience – a journey into the hearts and minds of the people of Whanganui, and a look at their treasures, their loves and hates, their everyday lives and their dramas, their history and their future.

When the ordinary is exchanged for the extraordinary, you know you’re in Whanganui. Famed for its Taonga Māori Collection, you can see the exceptional creations of the tūpuna (ancestors) of today’s Whanganui River Māori.

Settlers and their struggles, the natural world of Whanganui and the creation of a mature and sometimes controversial town are interpreted in a changing exhibition programme with a world-class collection.

Children can find plenty to do and see. Spend time browsing in the Museum Shop which features local and Māori jewellery, books, cards and other New Zealand-made items.

Campgrounds and Parks near Whanganui District

Blyth Street

Self contained campervans can stay here overnight. It's a beatiful view over the city, and only a short walk down to the main street and markets on a Saturday morning. Slanted parking, no leveled spaces available.

Visit Blyth Street

Babbage Place

Free campsite for self contained campervans. Lovely place with lot of duck and other bird, lake. Windy and near the road but good for one or 2 night. Toilets open 24h.

Visit Babbage Place

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