Te Hapua is a community on the shores of the Parengarenga Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. The road to Te Hapua leaves State Highway 1 at Waitiki Landing. Te Hapua is the most northerly settlement in the North Island of New Zealand. It is home to Te Hapua School which is a coeducational full primary (years 1-8) school with a decile rating of 1 and a roll of 33. The 1975 Māori land march left Te Hapua for Wellington on 14 September 1975 and is presently known as the Maori Language Day. Matiu Rata, Cabinet Minister in the Third Labour Government in the 1970s and founder of the Mana Motuhake party, was born in Te Hapua in 1934.