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Tangata Whenua


Marae in Hastings District

Marae are sacred places for the hapu to whom they belong.  They are treasures – taonga – not only in the District, but also in the national interest. Here you can find out how to contact marae and the tupuna and hapu to whom they belong is also recorded here.

All of this information is available on the public record at Council and the Maori Land Court, and it is brought together here for your convenience.

Marae Locations

Marae Locations

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