This ClipArt gallery offers 25 images of New Zealand.

Also known as the cabbage tree. They are endemic to New Zealand and can grow up to 66 feet in height. The trunk is stout and the leaves are sword-like.

Dracaena Australis

Also known as the cabbage tree. They are endemic to New Zealand and can grow up to 66 feet in height.…

Anarhynchus frontalis, the Wry-bill of New Zealand, is grey, with a black gorget and whitish lower parts; the habits are as in Aegialitis, but the laterally-twisted bill enables the bird to pick up insects from around stones with the greatest ease." A. H. Evans, 1900

Wry-bill

Anarhynchus frontalis, the Wry-bill of New Zealand, is grey, with a black gorget and whitish lower parts;…

Detail of wood carving on canoe, New Zealand.

Canoe Detail

Detail of wood carving on canoe, New Zealand.

Detail of wood carving on canoe, New Zealand.

Canoe Detail

Detail of wood carving on canoe, New Zealand.

"New Zealand Chambers." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Chambers

"New Zealand Chambers." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Detali of New Zealand repeating cloth pattern.

Cloth Pattern

Detali of New Zealand repeating cloth pattern.

Detail of carved wood club, New Zealand.

Club

Detail of carved wood club, New Zealand.

Detail of carved wood club, New Zealand.

Club

Detail of carved wood club, New Zealand.

Detail of wood carving on painted eaves board, New Zealand.

Eaves Board

Detail of wood carving on painted eaves board, New Zealand.

A shrub characterized by the turbinate form of the perianth above its short tube, with three lanceolate erect sepals and three thinner petals slightly spreading at the apex.

New Zealand Flax

A shrub characterized by the turbinate form of the perianth above its short tube, with three lanceolate…

"Found only at New Zealand, and here it is rare; the shell is very beautiful, the whorls rising in a depressed cone." — Goodrich, 1859

Trochus imperialis

"Found only at New Zealand, and here it is rare; the shell is very beautiful, the whorls rising in a…

A coniferous tree native to the northern districts of the North Island of New Zealand and is the bigest but not tallest species of tree in the country, with trunk diameters that rival Sequoias.

Kauri Pine

A coniferous tree native to the northern districts of the North Island of New Zealand and is the bigest…

The Kiwi, a native of New Zealand is closely related to the Ostrich but much smaller. It is also a flightless bird.

Kiwi

The Kiwi, a native of New Zealand is closely related to the Ostrich but much smaller. It is also a flightless…

"The New Zealanders were distinguished by elaborate tattooing of the face, and many of their heads are preserved in European museums. As it was formerly a common custom for shipmasters to purchase these on visiting New Zealand there is little doubt that the demand stimulated the supply."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tattooed Maori Chief

"The New Zealanders were distinguished by elaborate tattooing of the face, and many of their heads are…

Detail of carved pattern on Moari paddle.

Maori Paddle

Detail of carved pattern on Moari paddle.

Detail of carved pattern on Moari paddle.

Maori Paddle

Detail of carved pattern on Moari paddle.

Detail of carved wooden club.

New Zealand Club

Detail of carved wooden club.

Detail of carved wood paddle handle, New Zealand.

Paddle Handle

Detail of carved wood paddle handle, New Zealand.

Detail of carved wood paddle handle, New Zealand.

Paddle Handle

Detail of carved wood paddle handle, New Zealand.

New Zealand Stamp (1 penny) from 1882

New Zealand One Penny Stamp, 1882

New Zealand Stamp (1 penny) from 1882

Believed to be extinct, the notornis mantelli was a flightless bird native to New Zealand.

Takahe

Believed to be extinct, the notornis mantelli was a flightless bird native to New Zealand.

New Zealand "tiki-tiki" motif.

Tiki-tiki Motive

New Zealand "tiki-tiki" motif.

New Zealand "tiki-tiki" motif.

Tiki-tiki Motive

New Zealand "tiki-tiki" motif.

"Tuatera is a large lizard from New Zealand; apparently carnivorous, and in captivity are fed on raw meat, living frogs, small lizards, earthworms, mealworms, snails, young birds, or mice."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tuatera

"Tuatera is a large lizard from New Zealand; apparently carnivorous, and in captivity are fed on raw…

Carved wood window head, New Zealand.

Window Head

Carved wood window head, New Zealand.