Statistics for New Zealand Physical Geography

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  • This quiz has been taken 54 times
  • The average score is 11 of 20

Answer Stats

Hint Answer % Correct
Which continent is New Zealand part of?Oceania
92%
What's the highest peak in New Zealand? (Māori and English name)Mount Cook
89%
Other than the two main islands, which island is the largest one? (by area)Stewart Island
86%
What are Milford, Doubtful and Dusky?Sounds
81%
Which far-north beach is only 55 miles long? (although its name suggests something different){Ninety}-{Mile} Beach
75%
Which large tree is sadly affected by dieback?Kauri Tree
58%
On which peninsula might one find Cathedral Cove, the place where parts of Narnia were filmed?{Coromandel} Peninsula
58%
Which mountain is home to North Island's most ski resorts?Mount Ruapehu
58%
Which peninsula lies east of Christchurch?Banks Peninsula
58%
What's the highest peak in New Zealand? (Māori and English name)Aoraki
58%
Queenstown is located on which lake?Lake Wakatipu
56%
Which iconic volcano completes the landscape of the New Plymouth region?Mount Taranaki
56%
Which sound network can be found north of Picton?{Marlborough} Sounds
53%
What famous active volcano is located in the Bay of Plenty, close to the town of Whakatane?White Island
50%
What's the more common name for the Auckland Harbour?{Waitemata} Harbour
42%
Of Auckland's 53 volcanoes, which one is the youngest?Rangitoto Island
42%
The city of Gisborne is located on which bay?Poverty Bay
36%
Which (unusually) spherical boulders can be found between Dunedin and Oamaru?{Moeraki} Boulders
33%
What cape is located about 100km southeast of Wellington?Cape {Palliser}
17%
In which region might one find the 'Forty-Fours'?Chatham Islands
11%

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