Search our collections Search with images Advanced Search Object Specimen Topic: Maori cloaks beyond Te Papa Is part of topic What is a kakahu? See precious cloaks from museums outside Aotearoa New Zealand. Like Tweet Share Read more about this topic Kakahu tikumu - mountain-daisy cloak A cloak of kakapo feathers Scotland’s Perth Museum is the only museum worldwide known to have a cloak fully covered with feathers from kakapo (night parrot). The cloak is a reminder of the cultural significance of this rare bird for Maori. Triple huaki The National Gallery of Australia in Canberra houses a Maori cloak like no other in the world – a triple huaki. Most huaki have two borders of taniko (geometric patterning), but this one has three.