Te Rā o Waitangi - Waitangi Day

What does Waitangi Day mean to you?  This booklet includes articles on Te Tiriti o Waitangi, a map of where the Treaty (there were nine versions) travelled around the country for signing, reflections from Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga on how we honour Treaty principles and information about all the properties we are opening for free on 6 February.  Pick up a copy at a property near you and reflect on the significance of these places and their contribution to the story of early Māori and Pākehā interactions. 

Te Rā o Waitangi /Waitangi Day is a digital publication.  Click the frame icon image at lower right to view it as full screen.  Use the same icon to collapse the screen and return to our website.   If you still find it a little difficult to read, use the "+/ -" slider at bottom right to increase (or decrease) the size of what you are viewing.  If you would like to download a copy (as a pdf), click the downward arrow icon at top left. 

Visitors to our staffed properties that are open on Waitangi Day free of charge may pick up a complementary hard copy (while stocks last).  You may also call one of our offices to check on availability of a hard copy if you can't visit on the day.  Please understand that a valid vaccine pass is required to visit one of our properties at any time.