Te Reo Māori (Māori language)
Māori became one of NZ's 3 official languages in 1987. It's a taonga (treasure) that our government works to protect.
History of Te Reo Māori
Māori is part of NZ’s cultural heritage and has been spoken in NZ for around 1,000 years.
Learn and practise Te Reo Māori
Today Māori is spoken fluently by over 130,000 people here — there are also hundreds of words in daily use by all New Zealanders.