Te Rā o Waitangi

Celebrate our national day with friends and whānau. There will be kai and kapa haka, as well as live music to keep you entertained.

Graphic featuring a red guitar filled with green silhouettes of people performing a haka, birds and musical notes.

Date: Thursday 6 February 2020

Venue: Waitangi Park

Celebrate our national day with friends and whānau. There will be kai and kapa haka, as well as live music to keep you entertained.

Waitangi Day is all about coming together to celebrate our nation and what better place than Waitangi Park!  Bring your friends and whānau along for kai and kapa haka at Te Rā o Waitangi. Watch out for the 2020 programme featuring a line-up of award winning Māori performers.

Waitangi Whānau Film Night

Date: Wednesday 5 February 2020 

Venue: Waitangi Park 

Pack a whānau picnic dinner and join us for a night of Māori films.

Māoriland Film Festival will present a programme of short films followed by New Zealand favourite, Hunt for the Wilderpeople.

Māoriland is the largest indigenous film festival in the southern hemisphere and will take place for the 7th year in Ōtaki 18–22 March 2020.