Rehua Marae had the pleasure of hosting the inaugural Maori Girls Rugby Camp over the period 24 – 26 August 2018. Approximately 32 young wahine from across Te Waipounamu; Murihiku, Otakou, Hakatere, Te Tai Poutini, Whakatu, Waiharakeke and Waitaha attended and thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to meet other aspiring Maori rugby players in an environment […]




Dr. Terry Ryan is the Secretary of Rehua Marae. In 2004 he marked 30 years as the Kāwai Kaitiaki of Ngāi Tahu Whakapapa (an acknowledged authority on the contemporary whakapapa of the Ngāi Tahu people). In 2001 he received an honorary Doctorate of Science Degree for his contributions to genealogy and in 1994 he was […]







E tangi ana te marae o Rehua ki ngā mate kua hinga mai ki Waitaha whānui. Nō reira, e ngā mate huhua,haere atu rā ki te kāinga wairua i te rangi. Whakaoti atu. Ngā mihi hoki ki ngā kirimate, kia kaha, kia māia, kia manawanui.  Mauri ora ki a tātou. Ardie Te Aroha Beazley (Ngā […]




Brief programme outline for our Matariki 2014 celebrations are: View the poster >> Wednesday, 25th June, 11.30am Kaumatua Luncheon with entertainment Thursday, 26th June, 6.00pm – 7.30pm Taonga Puoro (Maori Traditional Instruments with Mahina – Ina Kaui) Linwood Primary School Kapa Haka Saturday, 28th June, 10.00am – 4.00pm Matariki – Whanau Day Order of programme […]





Rehua Marae invites you to our special spring screenings of two Iconic Kiwi Films 3pm ‘The Silent One’ – On a beautiful Pacific island a boy’s friendship with a magical turtle brings vengeance from the villagers. Somewhere between fact and fiction, superstition and the supernatural, lies the story of Jonasi. 6pm ‘Boy’ – Intended as […]




Rehua Marae pānui | October 2013 Ngā Mate o ēnei Marama Since our last pānui Rehua Marae has hosted two tangihanga. Mita Edwards – Ngāpuhi Hemi Walker – Ngāti Porou i te taha o tōna hākoro. Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairoa, Tuhoe i te taha o tōna whaea. From the Chair Kia ora koutou, […]