Welcome to New Zealand trivia! New Zealand is a small country in the south-western Pacific Ocean, located just over 1,000 miles east of Australia. It is made up of two main islands, the North Island and the South Island, as well as many smaller islands. It is a beautiful country, with stunning landscapes including glaciers, mountains, lakes, and beaches. It is also known for its diverse and vibrant culture, as well as its friendly people. There is so much to discover about New Zealand, so let’s get started and test your knowledge about this beautiful country!
1) Which of the following is the highest mountain peak in New Zealand?
2) What is the capital of New Zealand?
3) Which of the following is the official national animal of New Zealand?
4) What type of country is New Zealand?
5) In which year did New Zealand become a self-governing dominion?
6) The Maori people are the indigenous Polynesian people of which country?
7) Which of the following is the national bird of New Zealand?
8) Who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand?
9) What is the official language of New Zealand?
10) How many islands make up New Zealand?
11) What is the name of the currency used in New Zealand?
12) Where is the Bay of Islands located in New Zealand?
13) What is the population of New Zealand?
14) What is the official name of the state of New Zealand?
15) What is the main island of New Zealand?
16) What is the most populous city in New Zealand?
17) What is the national sport of New Zealand?
18) Which body of water separate the North and South Island of New Zealand?
19) The Waitomo Caves located in New Zealand are famous for which type of attraction?
20) Which of the following is the official name of the native language of New Zealand?
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