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.
Whare tupuna conserved for 135th anniversary
Māori Built Heritage
Every year the Waitangi Day Festival is held at the Treaty Grounds, a National Historic Landmark site.
Coming soon: a free exhibition examining the striking world of wallpaper in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Many of the heritage places we care for will be open to the public free of charge on Waitangi Day.
Suffragist, social reformer and internationally renowned feminist changemaker are just some of the words to describe Kate Sheppard, and to these descriptors you can also add vegetarian.
Kainga Ora has been busy completing upgrades to many of the historic state houses in Palmerston North’s Savage Crescent.
When Clendon House Visitor Host Libby Shaw noticed that a family christening gown on display at the historic house in Rawene was a little the worse for wear, she was keen to do something about it.