Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week

I te tau 2012, i maea ake ai he whao pounamu i tona moe roa i te oneone i Poihākena nei. In 2012 a greenstone chisel surfaced from it's long slumber, here in the heart of Sydney.
  •  Nō hea tēnei whao? Where did this chisel come from?
  • Nō wai tēnei whao? Who did this chisel belong to?
  • Mā hea...
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6 reasons for teachers to book with us

6 reasons for teachers to book our cultural heritage education programs!

  1. Engaging Aboriginal and Māori experiences that connect students to culture, heritage and history. 2. Our program range includes tours and school incursions. 3. In alignment with traditional Indigenous pedagogies, Māori and Aboriginal Educators use hands-on experiences, storytelling, song and...
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National Trust Heritage Festival 2016

  Discovery and Rediscoveries is the 2016 National Trust Heritage Festival theme. With seven tours running as part of the festival, Kotahi Tourism and our Indigenous partners offer plenty to discover about the history, cultural heritage and natural environment of New South Wales!   This is the first of a series of blogs about the 2016 National Trust Heritage...
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Poihākena tours win 2015 National Trust Heritage Award

National Trust Media Release May 18 2015

In every corner of Australia, communities and individuals band together to bring to life our historical and cultural landmarks. These people have been honoured by the National Trust at this year’s Heritage Festival Awards for their outstanding contributions to Australia’s heritage landmarks.

This year’s...
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