Kiwiana - New Zealand Icons
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Not to be confused with A.N.Z.A.C.s who are soldiers.
Traditionally an old wooden cottage and can be known as a crib in the South Island of NZ.
A famous toy for Kiwi kids.
More copies of this book, published by the makers of Edmonds 'Sure to Rise' Baking Powder, have been sold than any other book in New Zealand.
Commonly dunked in tea to soften before eating.
Also used in the famous gumboot throwing contests held at School sports days and agricultural days.
Chunks of honeycomb candy in vanilla icecream.
Known as thongs by Aussies.
Known as a kiwi in the USA and formerly known as the Chinese gooseberry.
A type of soda pop using mineral water found in a spring near the town of Paeroa.
Similar to but not the same as Vegemite or Promite
The blue-green shell is made into jewellery and other decorative items. Related to the abalone.
Usually decorated with whipped crean and sliced kiwifruit, kiwi women are very competitive when making this iconic dessert.
Typically worn by bushman, this shirt is often checked or khaki coloured.
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