Manurewa Marae is a beautiful marae sitting the shores of Te Manukanuka o Hoturoa (Manukau Harbour).
The Manurewa marae was originally initiated by the vision and passion of a handful of whanau living in Manurewa, who wanted a marae to support Tangihana and ensure that Maori Tikanga, Kawa and heritage were maintained. The marae has now grown with the community into a beautiful safe haven, where whanau, organisations and people of all cultures can come and learn in a vibrant and sacred setting.
8 Week Challenge
Congratulations to everyone participating in the 8-Week Fitness Challenge - kia kaha!
Check out our 8-Week Fitness Challenge blog for updates.
The Nutrition session was this Wednesday with some delicious, nutritious kai put on to show how healthy kai can be innovative and made on a budget. Te Karere came to, check out the vid below.
Marae Cafe temporarily closed
Apologies for the inconvenience - we'll get it up and running soon!
Te Karere Video for 8week challenge
Maori Access to Justice Seminar | March 26
Free seminar, 11 am to 3 pm, at Manurewa Marae. For programme details click here
To register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mana Wahine Day | May 9
Nau mai. We will be hosting a Mana Wahine Day just before Mothers Day to acknowledge and celebrate Te Mana o te Wahine.
Matariki Week | June 13-18
There will be events and activities all week this week to celebrate Matariki. Stay tuned for what will be happening.
Taki Rua Maori Play | July 21
Taki Rua is a performing arts company that are doing a National Theatre Tour who do plays in Maori. They will be launching their tour here on Monday at 7pm.