Camp Wellington


Beautiful views day and night...

INTRODUCTION


Nestled beneath a pine forest and situated right on the waterfront Camp Wellington: Campervan Park is in a wonderful location. Just 15 minutes to the city and 7 minutes to the airport means it's the perfect place to stay and discover Wellington or just recharge your batteries before you continue your journey through New Zealand.


This place has it all.... unlimited powerful hot showers, clean plentiful toilets, cosy lounge, games room and that all important FAST, UNLIMITED WIFI.



FACILITIES


Each of the Campervan sites has a sea view and because there are only 6 spaces it feel spacious despite being a very small park. 2 of the sites have 2 power , the other 4 are unpowered. Each site has it's own picnic table and there is also an outdoor games & picnic area as well as a small garden area directly adjacent to the sea for everyone to enjoy.


The highlights:

- Large cosy lounge

- Games room with pool table and vinyl player

- Large kitchen with all the kitchen appliances you could ever need

- Unlimited hot, powerful showers

- Clean, plentiful UNISEX toilets

- UNLIMITED FAST FIBRE WIFI

- Close to lots of walking and cycling tracks

- Safe swimming across the road

- Little Blue Penguin (Korora) nest underneath the lodge (you can sometimes see them cross the road at night)

- Cafe within 200 metres , open from 8am to 5pm daily (try their amazing seafood sandwiches)

- 5 minutes to Weta Cave and Weta Workshop

- Miramar village just 5 minutes drive away (Supermarket, bars, pharmacy, cinema, take-aways)

- "Bandit" the managers sweet, fur-baby (Huntaway cross dog)



"BANDIT"

HISTORY


Te Āti Awa settled on the bay before European arrival, Maru-Kai-Kuru was the name of the village sited at the northern end of the bay.

In 1839 the bay was sold to the New Zealand Company along with most of Wellington. In 1907 the land was transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy, and in 1946 it was transferred again to the Royal New Zealand Air Force to accommodate up to 300 staff. The New Zealand Defence Force owned land on Shelly Bay until 1995 when the then Air Force Base was closed.

On 14 February 2009 the land was handed over to Taranaki Whanui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika as part of a Treaty of Waitangi settlement.



Shelly Bay circa 1899



FURTHER INFORMATION


For more information or to make a reservation go to www.campwellington.co.nz

or call Simon on +64 27 233 8269






Camp Wellington is run and managed by Si who also runs and owns BEDVANZ ;)