Come learn about Māori traditions and how they connect with our forest wonderland at Pūkaha!
This July 6th sees the return of Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre’s Matariki celebration. A full day of activities is planned, with weaving and traditional clay flute making (uku) as well as storytelling sessions, kapa haka performances and a hangi dinner with steamed pudding dessert. A night tour into the forest lead by local researcher, Joe Potangaroa and ecologist Tara Swan will also take place, giving visitors the chance to better understand the relationship between stars and forest.
All children will receive a free activity booklet.
Advance bookings are required.
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