Waiata is the sixth studio album by New Zealand new wave band Split Enz, released in 1981. Its Australian release was titled Corroboree.Waiata is the Māori term for song and singing, while corroboree is theAboriginal term. According to Noel Crombie the intention was to name the album using a word from the natives of every country it was released in. This did not go ahead and the only country to adopt this change was Australia. The rest of the world kept the New Zealand title Waiata.