Maori art and culture is unique to New Zealand, and is a popular tourist attraction. Wooden carvings decorate gateways, and meeting houses on marae, as well as the large waka (canoes) seen on ceremonial occasions. The costume of piu piu (flax skirts), feather cloak and mere (club) are worn by group members performing poi dances or hakas.
Maori family statue, Government Gardens, ..
Street art, graffiti, Maori motif, Christchurch
Te Amorangi Marae gateway with waka, Aranui, ..
Carved wooden tiki with paua shell eyes, ..
Carving at entrance to Maori and thermal ..
Maori carving in marae, Okains Bay museum
Maori girl beside traditional carvings, ..
'Pania of the reef' statue, in beachfront ..
Maori war canoe (waka) in Wairoa Bay, Waitangi, ..
Maori women performing action songs, Kapa ..
Maori women cooking food in hot pool, Whakarewarewa, ..
Pacifest, celebrating Pacific Island culture, ..
Tuwhakahekeao, carved from many pieces of ..
Face of modern Maori youth; rainbow face ..
Lifting the hangi (food cooked in traditional ..
Ngai Tahu Maori elder Rakihia Tau giving ..
Ratana Church, Te Kao, Northland
Statue of Maori explorer Kupe Raiatea, wife ..
Maori carving on school gate, Opotiki, Bay ..
Maori poi dancing, Ohinemutu, Rotorua
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