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Waitangi Treaty House Gardens

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Business Type: Private Garden

Overview

The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is New Zealand’s premier historic site where in 1840 New Zealand's most significant document was signed: The Treaty of Waitangi.

Address: 1 Tau Henare Drive Waitangi, New Zealand Northland

Phone: view phone+6494027437

Website: http://www.waitangi.org.nz

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Description

The Treaty Grounds features the Treaty House, the carved Meeting House and the world’s largest ceremonial war canoe. 

The Treaty House contains a museum devoted to the Treaty and to life in the house as it was during the time of the signing. 

The carved Meeting House (Te Whare Runanga) symbolises the Maori involvement in the signing of the Treaty. It is a national Marae and carvings in the Meeting House depict ancestors from many Maori tribes in New Zealand. 

Guided Tours and Cultural performances are available daily and are highly recommended. A visitor centre, gift shop and 2 cafes are situated on the grounds. An introductory movie screens in the visitor centre every 20 minutes.

Hours of work

January - February
Mon - Sun: 9:00 am - 7:00pm.
March - December
9:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Locations

From Paihia: An easy 25 minute walk or 2 minute drive.

From Auckland: 3 hours drive.

Follow State Highway 1 North to Whangarei (165 km). Continue on State Highway 1 approximately 60 km further north to Kawakawa. Follow the signs to the Bay of Islands and Paihia (a further 15km). Follow the waterfront road through Paihia to the roundabout. Go straight through the roundabout, across the one lane bridge to the Waitangi Treaty Grounds (signposted).

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