Bundled amidst beautiful lakeside scenery and boiling water vents is the village of Ohinemutu in Rotorua, New Zealand. Once the central area for the region of Rotorua, this Maori village is home to the Ngati Whakaue tribe who has a population of less than three hundred at present. An attraction site with historically magnificent highlights, the places to check out in Ohinemutu are the Tamatekapua meeting house and the St. Faith’s Church.
On the shores of Lake Rotorua in Rotorua, New Zealand is the beautiful Maori village of Ohinemutu with a small population of fewer than three hundred people. This village is home to the Ngati Whakaue tribe and was chosen as a settlement by the tribesmen for its lovely setting and geothermal wonders. It is here that the sacred Maori space of Tama-te-Kapua or Te Papaiouru Meeting House and the St. Faith’s Church, a symbol of unity between the Maori and British Culture can be found.