Te Kotahitanga Marae has spoken to the nation of unity for 127 years
Te Kotahitanga Marae has a rich history. Its buildings date back to 1834 to the first inland mission station setup in Waimate. Reverend Matiu Kapa commissioned the school house at Waimate to be brought to Kaikohe and redeveloped as a Marae and cultural centre of learning where our history, our identity and our value can be celebrated. This house is a symbol of unity and reminds us that working together is a social responsibility.
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Te Kotahitanga Maori Reservation Trust is made up of volunteers whom are descendants of the original ancestors that setup this marae. We are committed to developing this marae to be a culturally rich environment for the use and benefit of its people, community and all New Zealanders. We have a dream to see our marae live on for another 100 plus years.