24 - 27 JanuarySummer 2019
Cruise Martinborough 2019, round five. Jan 24-27, 2019.
Strictly limited to 400 (ish) vehicles.
A place to sleep for the night
As much as we love cars they’re not that much fun to sleep in so here is a list of all the flash places you can call home while you’re here.
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Get some sweet swag
Looking for a great T-shirt to remember the event by? Hit the link below and shop online
Merchandise also available during the event from the Cruise Martinborough Caravan
Your questions - answered!
What is Cruise Martinborough?
Cruise Martinborough is a classic and muscle car event open to cars and caravans from back in the day. Spread over several days in the sunny Wairarapa, just 90 minutes north of Wellington.
Can I enter my caravan/RV or motorbike?
There are prize categories for both cars (pre 79 or newer by prior approval) and retro caravans. Cruise Domain (rugby grounds) will be set up as Caravan HQ for self contained campers.
Motorcycles are welcome to park up on the Saturday of our event in and around The Martinborough Square. Specifically the car park of The Pukemanu Tavern.
Is accommodation available?
Yes there are rental homes in Martinborough as well as hotels, local camping ground and vineyards. If you are entering a caravan/ RV that is self contained then the 'Cruise Domain' will have a designated space for a small fee per night. Please book early as spaces are limited.
What other entertainment will there be other than cars?
Martinborough is renowned for its vineyards and great wines with tours avalible. Other entertainment will include live music, local foods and beaches nearby.
What is the cost to come to Cruise Martinborough?
It’s totally FREE for the general public with a registration fee if you want to enter your classic car. Great prizes are up for grabs for those that enter vehicles!
Do I have to enter & what can I win?
To be a part of the event or be eligible for any of the great prizes you must register your vehicle/ caravan.
Are REG and WOF required to take part?
As you are driving on public roads its advisable your vehicle is legal. We do however have a few that arrive not quite finished each year.
Can I do skids or burnouts at Cruise Martinborough?
Definitely not (used to be the answer) Of course this still applies to the public roads. We do however include an afternoon at the newest drag strip in town which should cater to this itch.