I’m not sure where this originated from, but it was passed to me by a friend. (Try reading the New Zealandish aloud for practice.)

  1. Peck – to fill a suitcase
  2. Min – male of the species
  3. Milburn – capital of Victoria
  4. Pigs – for hanging out washing with
  5. Pug – large animal with a curly tail
  6. Nin tin dough – computer game
  7. Munner stroney – soup
  8. Mess Kara – eye makeup
  9. McKennock – person who fixes cars
  10. Mere – Mayor
  11. Leather – foam produced from soap
  12. Lift – departed
  13. Kiri Pecker – famous Australian businessman
  14. Kittle crusps – potato chips
  15. Ken’s – Cairns
  16. Jumbo – pet name for someone called Jim
  17. Jungle Bills – Christmas carol
  18. Inner me – enemy
  19. Guess – vapour
  20. Fush – marine creatures
  21. Fitter cheney – type of pasta
  22. Ever cardeau – avocado
  23. Fear hear – blonde
  24. Ear – mix of nitrogen and oxygen
  25. Ear roebucks – exercise at the gym
  26. Duffy cult – not easy
  27. Day old chuck – very young poultry
  28. Bug hut – popular recording
  29. Bun button – been bitten by insect
  30. Beard – a place to sleep
  31. Sucks Peck – Half a dozen beers
  32. Ear New Zulland – an extinct airline
  33. Beers – large savage animals found in U.S. forests
  34. Amejen – visualise
  35. One Doze – well known computer program
  36. Brudge – structure spanning a stream
  37. Sex – one less than sivven
  38. Tin – one more than nine
  39. Iggs Ecktly – Precisely
  40. Earplane – large flying machine
  41. Beggage Chucken – place to leave your suitcase at the earport
  42. Sivven Sucks Sivven – large Boeing aircraft
  43. Sivven Four Sivven – larger Boeing aircraft
  44. Cuds – children
  45. Pits – domestic animals