What is a New Zealand Bach?

What is a New Zealand Bach?

Our Explore New Zealand flashcards are full of beautiful designs, and the Bach flashcard is one of my favourites. For those that don't know, a Bach (pronounced "batch") is a small, often very modest holiday home or beach house in New Zealand. Baches are an iconic part of New Zealand's history and culture; they symbolise the beach holiday lifestyle. Who wouldn't want a little beach house to get away to on the weekend? ⠀

Also, an exciting feature of our NZ flashcards is that every card has the Māori translation under the English words (Māori is an official language of New Zealand). So with our box of awesomeness, you can learn about New Zealand language and culture all at the same time, sweet as! ⠀

Are you loving our fun facts? You can check out all of them here! Or have a look at our wonderful Explore New Zealand flashcards here!

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