COVID-19 Lockdown Aotearoa
UPDATE: Auckland moved to Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm Sunday 30 August. There are extra restrictions on social gatherings, funerals and tangihanga in Auckland at Alert Level 2. Thank you for your support! It is very much appreciated! Kia kaha!
Cruise ship season
It's cruise ship season in NZ. Are you on a cruise ship and visiting our beautiful Aotearoa this month or in the future?
Xmas shopping! Shop online at Aotearoa.co.nz. Great variety of gifts. Free gift wrapping. Free courier for NZ orders over NZ$99.
Top Maori artist creating authentic Maori art
Our Maori artist Jason creates beautiful authentic Maori art. Jason also takes commissions for medium and large paddles. These are popular gifts for birthdays and corporate gifts.
New site… new Aotearoa.co.nz
New site… new Aotearoa.co.nz!!! We truly LOVE promoting and selling New Zealand made art, gifts and souvenirs. And we have been working at our new site since April… Our new site is using the WordPress platform. And we LOVE WordPress! What an incredible platform! A big massive shout-out to Mark Stevenson and his team at […]
Devonport... an historic seaside village just across from downtown Auckland. Find out more about Devonport and when you can hop on the next ferry and explore our lovely village.
Rimu veneer is a highly engineered product and in our case about 3 times the price of solid Rimu. Check out these beautiful gifts!
Beautiful Maori carvings
Beautiful Maori carvings available at our online Aotearoa.co.nz shop in Devonport, Auckland, NZ. Have a look photos of some of the carvings and artworks we feature on our site. We love the variety of carvings on our site and have sent them all over the world. And of course within New Zealand. Aotearoa.co.nz offers authentic […]
Te Reo Māori – Māori language
Te Reo Māori - Māori language. Māori language is very descriptive. Aotearoa means 'land of the long white cloud' the Māori name given to New Zealand. Here you will find 50 words in te reo Māori that are used quite often.
Pounamu carvings created by our talented Maori carver Aden from Hokitika.