Saturday 19 November 2016
Ko tēnei te karaka ki kā mauka whakahī o Kāi Tahu. Nau mai, hoki mai ki Hui-ā-Tau 2016, ki Koukourārata.

9.30am Event opens to whānau
10.00am Mihi Whakatau

REPORT BACK: 10.30am – 10.55am

10.30am MC Introduction/house keeping
10.35am Te Rūnanga Report Back
10.45am Ngāi Tahu Holdings’ Report Back
10.55am Manawa Kāi Tahu launch

OPEN FORUM: 11am – 12pm

12.00pm PRAG Report + Q&A
12.20pm Rangatahi Presentation – Te Pōkai Ao + Q&A
12.40pm Rangatahi Presentation 2 – Te Kākano o Te Tōtara Leadership Programme + Q&A


KAI: 1.15pm – 3pm


There will be a ferry available from Lyttelton to transport a limited number to and from Koukourārata.

Places will be allocated on a first in first served bases. To book a space on the ferry please email: [email protected] with your name.

Boat: Fiordland 1
Depart: Lyttelton 7.30am
Pick up: Koukourārata 4.00pm

Car parking

At the end of the tunnel turn left onto Noriwch Quay. Park anywhere on Norwich Quay and walk over the bridge and follow the footsteps on the pavement to Black Cat ferries. It is a casual five minute walk.

Where: Located on B Jetty, Lyttelton Harbour but clearly marked on the pavement.

Parking in Koukourārata
The road around the marae will be closed on the day and a traffic management plan will be in place directing whānau to the allocated parking area.

Live Stream

Ngāi Tahu whānau can watch Hui-ā-Tau from anywhere in the world with the live stream beginning at 10am (NZT) on

Live Stream Hubs
Hui-ā-Tau hubs will be set up to watch the live stream in Invercargill, Dunedin and Hokitika. The hubs will be open from 9.30am with the live stream beginning at 10am.

Invercargill Hub
Te Rau Aroha
Cnr Henderson and Bradshaw Streets

Dunedin Hub
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu
258 Stuart Street, Dunedin 9016

Hokitika Hub
Arahura Marae
1 Old Church Road

Open Forum

Whānau can register questions for Open Forum by emailing: [email protected]

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