New Zealand words/phrases Bring A Plate = bring food to share for a meal. Does NOT mean that the host is short of crockery as some red-faced aliens have discovered !!

New Zealand words/phrases Bring A Plate = bring food to share for a meal. Does NOT mean that the host is short of crockery as some red-faced aliens have discovered !!

Bus scroll sign Kiwiana New Zealand Custom by thatkiwisomething, $29.95

Adventure-Gray stain with Arrows Wooden Sign

Bus scroll sign Kiwiana New Zealand Custom by thatkiwisomething, $29.95

The New Zealand accent (New Zild, or New Zillund)

Do you speak New Zillund?


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Kiwiana | New Zealand food.  I was more looking forward to see Lamb & Beef

Kiwiana | New Zealand food. I was more looking forward to see Lamb & Beef

Simple yet elegant cross stich pattern of a beautiful Kiwi bird

Simple yet elegant cross stich pattern of a beautiful Kiwi bird

Maori style kiwi pattern, very easy to make into a beautiful pillow, framed artwork or maybe even as part of a quilt.

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Google Image Result for http://www.prints.co.nz/Merchant2/graphics/00000001/8847_Dick_Frizzell_Four_Four_Time.jpg

Bus scroll sign Kiwiana New Zealand Custom by thatkiwisomething, $29.95

Adventure-Gray stain with Arrows Wooden Sign

Bus scroll sign Kiwiana New Zealand Custom by thatkiwisomething, $29.95

Longest Drink In Town milkshake cup // NZ icon

Longest Drink In Town milkshake cup // NZ icon

Buzzy Bee is a small pull along child's toy. It was produced in massive numbers in the 1950-80's. Made from wood with small springs for the antennae. When pulled along by the string it would click and the wings would rotate. It was a favourite with generations of New Zealand children and many grandparents still buy one for their mokopuna today. Unfortunately the toy is now manufactured overseas and some parts are now plastic.

Buzzy Bee is a small pull along child's toy. It was produced in massive numbers in the 1950-80's. Made from wood with small springs for the antennae. When pulled along by the string it would click and the wings would rotate. It was a favourite with generations of New Zealand children and many grandparents still buy one for their mokopuna today. Unfortunately the toy is now manufactured overseas and some parts are now plastic.

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