Hoani Waititi Marae was opened on
April 19 1980, its purpose is to provide a centre for Māori, language, culture and practice.
A place of learning that provides a Māori perspective on the world. Hoani Waititi Marae is named after Hoani Retimana Waititi, a descendant of Te Whānau-a-Apanui, Kauaetangohia. His legacy is honoured through the formation of a Kōhanga reo, Kura Kaupapa Maori and Whare Kura houses, Kapa Haka groups, Te Whare Tū Tauā o Aotearoa houses of Maori lore. The Marae complex itself is the result of goodwill by the community of west Auckland, schools and iwi from around the country and the world.
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Keep up to date with events at Hoani Waititi Marae
Hoani Waititi Marae also provides these Marae Based
Programmes and Social Services
"Hoani Waititi Marae is the hub of Māori culture in West Auckland
Hoani Waititi Marae is utilised by a variety of groups and people"