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Te Ana Māori Rock Art Centre

Te Ana Māori Rock Art Centre

Te Ana ('The Cave') Māori Rock Art Centre in Timaru was opened by Ngāi Tahu Whānui in 2010. The museum provides a cultural interpretation, in a variety of media, of some of the most significant examples of Māori rock art. Tours to rock-art sites are also organised through the museum.

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, 'Māori rock art – ngā toi ana - European responses to rock art', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 20 June 2024)

Story by , published 22 Oct 2014