Whina Movie Night

Announcing Te Wāhi Wahine o Tāmaki Makaurau’s next film fundraiser!

Whina is the story of Dame Whina Cooper, the beloved Māori matriarch who worked tirelessly to improve the rights of her people, especially women. Flawed yet resilient, Whina tells the story of a woman formed by tradition, compelled by innovation, and guided by an instinct for equality and justice whose legacy as the Te Whaea o te Motu (Mother of the Nation) was an inspiration to an entire country.

Pouhine

Our rangatahi engagement project, Pouhine, centres hauora (wellbeing) and manaakitanga (empowerment and support) in facilitating wānanga with rangatahi. The project focuses on Mana Wāhine (feminism), Hauora (wellbeing) and Manaakitanga (empowerment and support). 

How we help

Mahi

Classes and Support Groups

Akoranga

About Te Wāhi Wāhine

Matou

Tauwāhi

Visit us

Visiting for the first time? We are easy to find – once you know how! Our address is 4 Warnock Street, Grey Lynn. Please go to the corner of Warnock Street and Richmond Road, head to the end of the driveway next to Mamata Bakery and there we are! There is plenty of parking in front of Te Wāhi Wāhine o Tāmaki Makaurau building. Welcome – come on in!

Te Wāhi Wāhine o Tāmaki Makaurau is open from 9am – 4pm, Monday to Friday.

To support everyone’s safety, most of our activities require vaccine certificates – the only exception is Women’s Support appointments outdoors. To receive advice & referral without a vaccine certificate, people need to book in advance, and wear a face covering to an appointment in our lovely garden.