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.
Whare Oranga Videos!
When was your last visit to our integrated whanau community health centre, located right here on Manurewa Marae? Want to learn more about the holistic services offered at Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga?
Click here to watch our newly released videos, featuring Whare Oranga traditional healers and practitioners.
New Board of Trustees
We are pleased to announce our new Board of Trustees and we are excited for the future growth of Manurewa Marae. Nga mihi nui ki nga mema o te poari. Mauri Ora.
Dame Nganeko Minhinnick
Te Miharo Munro
Important Notice to all Whare Oranga Patients
Raukura Hauora o Tainui as of 1st April 2014 is going into partnership with East Tamaki Healthcare. Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga will continue to operate with their support. You will no longer be classed as an enrolled patient within the 3 Raukura Hauora o Tainui clinics - Manurewa Trust Health Care, Clendon Medical Clinic and Te Puea Marae Clinic.
You will be enrolled within Te Manu Aute Whare Oranga only (here) and you will now be required to pay the CASUAL rate fee, rather than an ENROLLED fee if you visit any of the Raukura Hauora o Tainui clinics. All your patient history and charts will only be kept within our clinic.
Marae Cafe Temporarily Closed
Apologies for the inconvenience - we'll get it up and running soon!
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.