Mawley Holiday Park
Wairarapa's premier holiday park. The perfect base from which to explore everything Masterton and the beautiful Wairarapa has to offer. We have a wide range of clean, quality, accommodation - ensuite units, cabins, power/non-power sites.
The Park is nestled in a sheltered, peaceful setting on the banks of the Waipoua River. Our established grounds include open spaces, stunning specimen trees, a children's playground and a BBQ area.
Three minutes' easy walk from Mawley Holiday Park is Masterton's recreation precinct - with beautiful QEII Park, adventure playground, heated indoor and outdoor pool complex with hydroslide, skate park, museums, mini-golf, ten-pin bowling, cinema, cafes, restaurants and shops!
Our Enviro Policy
Mawley Holiday Park is passionate about our beautiful environment. To read more please see the attached PDF.
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