Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is the leading bicultural government agency charged with identifying, preserving and promoting our unique heritage.
We offer advice, support and administer Rārangi Kōrero/The New Zealand Heritage List, the national statutory record of our rich and diverse heritage places.
Rangitatau Pā a hit for heritage festival
Council representatives and community members joined our Canterbury team on Labour Day 2023, to celebrate the heritage listing of Sawmill Cottage in Robinson’s Bay.
A fresh look at some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s oldest European garments by specialist conservator Dr Tracey Wedge, has underscored the rarity of the clothing – and challenged our understanding of their history.
Last month a conservation wānanga hosted by Te Papa Tongarewa and supported by our Māori Built Heritage team included practical workshop sessions on how to clean, repair and restore tukutuku.
After a recent review, New Zealand’s earliest built monument to the First World War is now a Category 1 historic place.
The Whanganui Regional Heritage Trust has announced its heritage awards for outstanding achievement.