Recent National Historic Landmarks Ngā Manawhenua o Aotearoa me ōna Kōrero Tūturu

The final decision regarding the recognition of National Historic Landmarks / Ngā Manawhenua o Aotearoa me ōna Kōrero Tūturu is made by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, in consultation with the other Ministers as appropriate, notably the Minister of Māori Development. Find out about recent National Historic Landmarks here.

The Board makes a recommendation to the Minister (in consultation with the Māori Heritage Council where appropriate) that a place is of outstanding national heritage value and ought to be included on the Landmarks List. Before making their recommendation, the Board must invite public submissions and have regard to these submissions. Further information about the selection process is available on the National Historic Landmarks page.

Once a National Historic Landmark is confirmed, information is made available on the List Online.

If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact the Manager Heritage Listing.

June 2019

The Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage recognised Te Pitowhenua / Waitangi Treaty Grounds as a National Historic Landmark on 17 June 2019.  View the Statement of Significance (pdf) by clicking the image, or the List Online (summary) listing by following the blue link below.

Statement of Significance for Waitangi Treaty Groundspdf
 
Te Pitowhenua / Waitangi Treaty Grounds
Waitangi
 

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