Our journey along the shoreline celebrates various Tohu-whenua and Taonga-Toi that share in the essence of storytelling, delving into belief systems, matauranga (knowledge systems), themes, representations, that are embedded deep within Te Ao Māori and reflected through an artistic, urban, architectural, contemporary presence. Through a Māori world view we explore the ecology of relationships which reflect a rich Māori identity, celebrated and woven into the fabric of Tamaki Makaurau and indeed the journey we take today.
Whakamanatia, a kaupapa Māori community group led by Grayson Goffe, will guide this hīkoi (walking tour).
Duration: 2 hours
Access: This walk is wheel accessible