About Us

Maori Wardens Australia
ARBN 615 990 264

Maori Wardens Australia is a voluntary service and our members can be seen at a number of community events, providing a number of services to the public.

Maori wardens have been around since 1860 and have a proud tradition. Throughout Aotearoa there are currently over 1000 wardens working in their communities. Maori Wardens Australia have branches in Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.

Our Vision

  • ┬áTo follow the kaupapa of being a Maori Warden
  • To follow the teaching of our Tupuna
  • To be out among the people of all walks of life
  • To make ourselves available to young and old
  • To provide a service for events
  • To help with the kaupapa and protocols of being Maori
  • To liase with local Hapu, Iwi and Runanga

4 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Good afternoon,
    I am an Australian citizen of New Zealand Maori heritage, due to my father. I live in Hobart however; therefore, I cannot seem to find any organizations.
    Can you please provide me with more details about your own one? I found it on a google search.
    Perhaps you could also help me learn about and direct me to any possible travelling groups, as I have always wished to venture out overseas, for a purpose.
    As well, perhaps you could also help me with any possible accommodation possibilities for our group of people. Perhaps even employment opportunities and practises of our religious beliefs?
    I know these are a lot of questions, but I am looking into a new venture and a place to belong as a person with an identity and belonging. Please get back to me on my enquiries. I hope to hear from you again soon.

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