|Coordinates: 39°03′S 177°45′E|
|Territorial authority||Wairoa District|
Nuhaka is the tribal centre of the Ngāti Rakaipaaka people, a Māori subtribe of Ngāti Kahungunu. It severalmarae (meeting grounds) and wharenui (meeting houses) for Ngāti Rakaipaaka and other iwi (tribe) and hapū:
- The master-carved Kahungunu Marae is a war memorial carved under the tutelage of Pine Taiapa. It features in the 1950s film Broken Barrier directed by John O'Shea. Since 2005, it has hosted events as part of the Wairoa Maori Film Festival. It includes Te Maara A Ngata wharenui, and is affiliated with Ngāti Pāhauwera and Ngāti Pāhauwera hapū, and Ngāti Pāhauwera iwi.
- Māhanga or Rongomaiwahine marae and Te Poho o Rongomaiwahine wharenui (also affiliated with Ngāi Tū hapū)
- Tamakahu marae and wharenui
- Tāne-nui-a-Rangi marae and wharenui
- Te Kotahitanga and Nūhaka Unity Hall
- Te Manutai marae and wharenui
- Te Poho o Te Rehu or Te Rehu marae and wharenui
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- Hura, Nadine Anne (25 March 2018). "The ever shining star of Nuhaka". The Spinoff.
- "Te Kāhui Māngai directory". tkm.govt.nz. Te Puni Kōkiri.
- "Māori Maps". maorimaps.com. Te Potiki National Trust.
- [nuhakaschool.yolasite.com "Nuhaka Official School Website"] Check
|url=value (help). Nuhaka School.
- "Ministry of Education School Profile". educationcounts.govt.nz. Ministry of Education.
- "Directory of Schools - as at 3 April 2019". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
- "Education Review Office Report". ero.govt.nz. Education Review Office.