10 Fun Gifts to Bring Back from New Zealand
New Zealand Gifts that are too funny to ignore.
Maybe this list should be renamed “10 Tacky Gifts”… But we all know at least one person who would appreciate some New Zealand memorabilia or “Kiwiana” as it is known here. Bring home a slice of New Zealand with these ridiculously funny New Zealand gifts!
In a large city, or even a town, you’ll find a souvenir shop around every corner selling funny New Zealand goodies. Make your wish list from this insightful list below!
For more gift ideas, see 11 New Zealand Souvenirs for your Friends and Family and 28 Travel Gifts for Any Backpacker.
1. Sheep Droppings
Whether they are real or chocolate, either type of sheep droppings will no doubt have the same effect on your family if all you bring back is some sheep droppings…
2. Kiwi Droppings
On the subject of faeces, you can get kiwi bird droppings too.
3. A witty Kiwiana T-shirt
Who doesn’t like being brought home a T-shirt of some country they have never been to? Make the gift twice as special by having a witty comment the gift receiver probably doesn’t understand.
4. New Zealand Lingo Magnetic Poetry
Now your friends and family can enjoy excessive Kiwi lingo by making their own poetry from it. Sweet as, bro!
5. Kiwi Tomato Sauce Bottle
It’s a tomato ketchup bottle shaped like a tomato! Genius! A classic New Zealand item that you can’t help but love!
6. Balancing Kiwis
You need something to do with kiwi birds, right? This will entertain the gift receiver for at least one minute.
7. Possum Nipple Warmers
Perfect for people who have nipples.
8. POSSUM WILLY WARMER
For those cold winters.
9. Possum g-string
They’ve really thought of everything.
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