NZ Iconic Landmarks Clip Art {Kiwiana Sculptures, Buildings & Natural Features}


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World famous in New Zealand… our kitchy-kiwiana sculptures, beautiful scenery and iconic buildings!

This set contains 100+ images (50+ colour and 50+ blackline) as high quality (300 dpi) PNGs with transparent backgrounds. 

*PLEASE NOTE: This set of images have all been hand drawn and coloured, and because of this may contain quirks and unevenness in places – this is all part of their unique charm and character! As they are hand drawn, they may not be suitable for including in documents larger than A4/US Letter size. Please ask if you have further questions.

Included in the set are:

• 3 images for each of our 3 largest cities (Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch) 
• 1 image for each for the following 12 largest cities (Hamilton, Tauranga, Napier/Hastings, Dunedin, Palmerston North, Nelson, Rotorua, New Plymouth, Whangarei, Invercargill, Whanganui & Gisborne) 
• A selection of iconic Kiwiana sculptures, buildings & natural features of Aotearoa 
• Please see below for a more detailed list! Am I missing an iconic feature you consider important? Let me know! I’m happy to consider adding additional images…

IMAGES INCLUDED (in alphabetical order by location):

  • Abel Tasman National Park (natural feature)*
  • Auckland – Harbour Bridge, Sky Tower (building) & One Tree Hill (natural feature)*
  • Bluff Sign post (structure)
  • Cape Reinga (Light House)
  • Christchurch – Cathedral (building), Chalice (Sculpture) & Bridge of Remembrance (structure)
  • Coromandel – Cathedral Cove (natural feature)*
  • Cromwell – giant fruit (sculpture)
  • Dunedin – Larnach Castle (building)
  • Eketāhuna – giant white Kiwi (sculpture)
  • Gisborne – Robinson Memorial (Clock Tower)
  • Gore – giant trout (sculpture)
  • Hamilton – Fairfield Bridge
  • Hokitika clock tower (building) & Driftwood Signage (sculpture)
  • Huntly – Power Station (building) & Deka sign (Iconic structure)
  • Invercargill – water tower
  • Kerikeri – stone house
  • Matamata – Hobbiton (building)
  • Milford Sound (natural feature)*
  • Moeraki Boulders (natural feature)*
  • Mount Maunganui (natural feature)*
  • Napier – Sound Shell (structure)
  • Napier – Pania of the Reef (sculpture)
  • Nelson – Christ Church Cathedral (building)
  • New Plymouth – The Rewa Rewa Bridge
  • Ohakune – giant carrot (sculpture)
  • Otorohanga – giant kiwi (sculpture)
  • Paeroa – giant L&P bottle (sculpture)
  • Palmerston North – Hopwood Clock Tower (building)
  • Riverton – giant Paua (sculpture)
  • Rotorua – mud pool (natural feature)*
  • Rotorua – Museum of Art & History (building)
  • Taihape – giant Gumboot (sculpture)
  • Te Kuiti – giant sheep shearer (sculpture)
  • Te Puke – giant kiwifruit (sculpture)
  • Tirau – giant sheep & sheepdog (sculpture/buildings)
  • Tongariro National Park (natural feature)*
  • Waitangi – Te Whare Runanga & the Treaty House (buildings)
  • Waitomo glowworm caves (natural feature)*
  • Wellington – Beehive (building), bucket fountain & cable car
  • Whanganui – Bastion Hill water tower (building)
  • Whangārei – Te Matau ā Pohe bridge, Hundertwasser Arts Centre & Mount Parihaka (natural feature)*

• Get creative with this set for your classroom or own personal use!
• Use them to create educational resources for sale (small commercial use)
• Use clip art within your blog, banners and promotional materials.

• You may not alter, resell, share or distribute these ‘as is’ images in any form— they need to incorporated into your resource.
• Use these graphics for commercial teaching products or free items WITHOUT FIRST FLATTENING your documents in PDF form or protected in a way that they cannot be easily copied or extracted. 
• When you purchase Green Grubs Graphics, you are not purchasing the copyright and you cannot claim them as your own.