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National Storage Tawa

04 232 4393

76 Main Road, Tawa, Wellington, New Zealand


Monday to Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Sat 9 am-2 pm from 1 June)

National Storage Tawa

National Storage is one of the largest providers of storage solutions in the Australasia region. With over 145 centres across Australia and New Zealand, we provide tailored storage solutions to more than 35,000 individuals and businesses.

Our offering includes:

  • Self-storage units

  • Business storage units

  • Climate-controlled units for wine storage

  • Storage spaces for cars, motorbikes, boats and other vehicles

  • Trailer and truck hire

  • Packaging supplies and boxes sold at our centres

  • Contents insurance.

Our Commitment

Every National Storage centre in New Zealand is committed to offering our customers high-quality, convenient solutions paired with outstanding service. With our clean, modern and secure premises and highly trained team of storage specialists, you'll receive affordable and reliable storage whatever your needs and budget.

Our Story

National Storage was founded in December 2000 through the merger of three Australian self-storage businesses. While each business was successful in its own right, the union combined more than 30 years of industry experience to create a truly expansive network of centres providing personalised storage solutions.

After listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in December 2013, National Storage formed National Storage REIT (NSR), to become the first publicly listed, internally managed, independent and fully integrated owner/operator of Australian self-storage centres. You can learn more about NSR right here.

Since then, the National Storage portfolio has grown by more than 40 additional storage centres, expanding the brand throughout Australia and into New Zealand. The National Storage NZ story began with five Christchurch centres in 2015. National Storage has since grown to include Dunedin, Pukekohe, Wellington and Hamilton and continues to expand into New Zealand.

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