Historical Te Whaiti

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Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi,
Te Urewera, Aotearoa


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Contact Us:

Our address is

The Coordinator,
Kaitiakitanga Program Team.
c/o The Kokiri Centre,
63 Rimu Crescent, Minginui
RD Rotorua.

Ph 64 7 3663900




Thanks to Ministers Horomia, Mallard and many government officials for visiting Te Whaiti to help celebrate the opening of our new merged area school on two sites on 31 Jan 2004. (click here for details)

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