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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Poihākena Tours: Stories of Māori in Sydney

  • Poihākena is the Te Reo Māori word for Port Jackson - Sydney
  • Māori have been coming to Australia since April 15th 1793
  • Māori taonga (cultural treasures) have been found in The Rocks
  • 1 in 5 Māori now live in Australia
Poihākena tours: stories of Māori in Sydney launches on the 221st anniversary of the first recorded arrival of Māori in Sydney. Developed by...
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