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Waitangi Day is recognized as New Zealand’s national day and is the most important marker in the country’s history. Every year on 6th February, people of all communities and backgrounds gather to commemorate the first signing of New Zealand’s founding document: Te Tiriti o Waitangi, the Treaty of Waitangi.
Ongoing recognition of the Treaty of Waitangi as the nation’s founding document will continue to keep this celebration alive, as the Treaty continues to live as part of New Zealand’s past, present and future. On the 6th of February, the Treaty Grounds closes its buildings for the day and the Grounds become the location for the Waitangi Day Festival. The free festival starts at 5am with a dawn service in Te Whare Runanga.
We will be open 10am – 4:30pm.