Keep up to date with what's happening at Te Hana Te Ao Marama with our events guide...
The events guide is regularly updated to keep you all informed on what's happening each month at Te Hana Te Ao Marama. Don't miss out on our next big event!
Waitangi Day 2016
6 February 2016
|Our Starlight Tours are starting up again over the summer months and are available upon request for groups of 20ppl or more. The tours are running every Friday night from the 16 October 2015 at 7pm and will be the highlight of your stay in Aotearoa!
The tour is approx 3.5 hours long and include the traditional powhiri (welcome ceremony) followed by drinks nibbles and a browse through our Ahi kaa. Visitors are then served a delicious Hangi Buffet feast with succulent meats, vegetables and yummy dessert to follow.
Following the feast our manuhiri (visitors) will enjoy a twighlight guided tour and Maori Cultural concert in the beautifully lit 17th century model village.
XMAS HOUSIE - 9 TH DECEMBER 2015
This will be the last Housie of 2015.
When: Wednesdays 2015
( weekly every Wednesday)
Where: Te Hana Village Cafe
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Enquiries: Mary Ann de Thierry (021) 070 5948 or Village Cafe (09) 423 9566
Fundraiser for Kapa Haka Kakahu (costumes)
|"Te Tai Hono o Te Hana"
"In Celebration of Maori New Year Matariki"
When: 20 June 2015
Rob Ruha was the main atttraction along with our opening evening of a Hangi Buffet feast and cultural show.
A great time was had by all!!!
"Te po kani kani e raro nga whetu o Matariki"
Come and enjoy & celebrate " Matariki" Maori New Year!
Where: Te Hana Te Ao Marama Maori Cultural Centre
When: Friday 25th July 2014
Time: 7pm - Midnight
COST: $15.00 per ticket (Limited tickets)
Formal Dress Code, 50 years +, Light Supper provided and Bar available.
Enquiries: (09) 423 8701 or email email@example.com
Mayor Len Brown visits with the Te Hana Trust members on Friday 4th July 2014 for an update and progress report on Aucklands leading Maori Cultural Centre.
Trust CEO, Thomas de Thierry, updates the Mayor on the future prospects for Te Hana Te Ao Marama Maori Cultural Centre and our local community issues. i.e roading, signage, cycle and walkway vision from Te Hana to Wellsford.
The Mayor was open to ideas and discussion on Te Hana's future.