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Māoriland is committed to creating a safe environment for all our kaimahi and visitors. 

Here’s what you can expect from us:

All kaimahi at Māoriland are vaccinated

We will have hand sanitiser available at the front and back door and wherever refreshments are served. We practice good hygiene including washing our hands and cleaning high-use surfaces. 

We are keeping a 1 metre distance between visitors to the Māoriland Hub and kaimahi at all times. 

So that we can safely welcome you into our whare, we ask the following; 

You must have a valid Vaccine Pass and matching photo ID to enter the Māoriland Hub.
Rangatahi under the age of 12 are exempt. 

You must wear a mask

You must sign in using the Government Tracing App. If you do not have a smartphone, we have a sign-in box for you to use. 

If you have any symptoms of cold/flu or COVID-19, if you’re awaiting a COVID-19 test result or have been asked to self-isolate please stay home

When inside the Māoriland Hub, please ensure that you remain 1 metre away from others at all times. 

Please sanitise your hands using the hand sanitiser we have provided.

Visiting Toi Matarau Gallery

Visitors to Toi Matarau Gallery must follow the Vaccine Pass requirements for the Māoriland Hub. 
 
If you do not have a Vaccine Pass, you can still shop at Toi Matarau online.
Please visit toi.maorilandfilm.co.nz 

Visiting the Māoriland Maara


The Māoriland Maara will remain open to the general public.

You will not be required to present a Vaccine Pass to pick up kai from the Maara.

All visitors to the Māoriland Maara must: 

Wear a mask

Sign in using the Government Tracing App. If you do not have a smartphone, we have a sign-in box for you to use. 

Maintain 1 metre social distancing from others.

If you have any symptoms of cold/flu or COVID-19, if you’re awaiting a COVID-19 test result or have been asked to self-isolate please stay home.

You will only be able to enter the Māoriland Hub if you are able to present a valid Vaccine Pass and Photo ID. 

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Rangatahi Events

The following guidelines will apply for all rangatahi activities at the Māoriland Hub: 

All rangatahi facilitators and kaimahi at Māoriland are vaccinated. 

All participants must wear a mask at all times. 

Rangatahi aged 12 – 18 must present a vaccine pass to participate in indoor rangatahi activities at the Māoriland Hub. 

Rangatahi under the age of 12 are still allowed to participate. They must wear a mask and maintain social distancing from facilitators and other participants. 

Parents must complete a health and safety form recognising that all rangatahi over the age of 12 must be vaccinated to participate.

Attending Events – Live Music, Theatre, Workshops & Other Activities

All Māoriland Events will require a valid Vaccine Pass and Photo ID for entry. Rangatahi under the age of 12 are exempt.

When you arrive please make sure to have the following ready;

  • To wear a mask
  • To scan in using the COVID-19 Tracer App. If you do not have a smartphone, we have a sign-in box for you to use. 
  • Vaccine Pass and Photo ID
  • Your ticket

Limited door sales may be available for some events. If purchasing a door ticket, please be prepared to line up to enter.

A final important comment 

The values and functions of Māoriland are derived from cornerstone principles of celebration, unity, being alert, and respecting the mana of every person and taonga in our whare. 

We ask that manuwhiri and visitors alike respect the mana of all who you may encounter, in return. 

Tēnā koutou.

 

If you have any questions please email [email protected]