A whānau hui is scheduled for the weekend of 6-7 February 2016 (Waitangi Weekend) at the Tautuku Outdoor Adventure Centre, 388 Chaslands Highway, South Otago/Catlins, for the descendants and whānau of Ngāi Tahu 1848 Blue Book Kaumātua James (Duffy) Wybrow II and Sarah Wybrow (Perkins).

Activities will include a hāngī, whakapapa/history session, visit to cultural sites along the Catlins Coast and the unveiling of Wybrow whānau headstones at the Waikawa Urupā/Cemetery.

The cost for this hui is $20 per adult 18 years and over, and 17 years and under are free. Please bring your own breakfast and afternoon tea, the hāngī on the Saturday night and lunch on Sunday will be provided.

Onsite accommodation is limited to 150 people, first in first served. Some alternative accommodation options are available at your own cost.

Whakapapa/history information is sought from descendants for the purpose of producing a booklet.

Please RSVP by 30 December. For a registration pack or further information, contact the organising committee c/- Nelson Gutsell phone: 03 2468 356 or email: [email protected]