Te Tatau o Te Pō marae is located in Alicetown, Lower Hutt, in the greater Wellington region. It belongs to the iwi Te Āti Awa. The wharenui is also named Te Tatau o Te Pō. The marae opened in 1933. It connects ancestrally with the waka Tokomaru and Aotea, the maunga Pukeatua, and the awa Te Awakairangi. The name Te Tatau o te Po (‘Door to the night') refers to an ancient Polynesian legend.