• Welcome to the Australia & New Zealand Division of The International History Bee & Bowl!

    The International History Bee and Bowl are two history quiz competitions which are held around the world. The Bee is for individual students; the Bowl is for teams. This website has all the details on our tournaments for students in Australia and New Zealand.

    For the 2016 school year, we are planning on running both the Bee and Bowl at 6 regional tournament sites throughout Australia and New Zealand. The top students and teams also qualify for the 2018 International History Olympiad in Berlin, Germany which we oversee as well. In future years, additional tournaments will be added, and an Australian & New Zealand Championship tournament will debut for the 2017 school year.

    Please explore the site to learn more about how our tournaments work and how you and your school can get involved. If you have any questions, email our Executive Director, Mrs Nolwenn Madden at nolwenn@historybowl.com.

    Thanks for your interest in The International History Bee and Bowl. We hope to see you at a tournament soon!

Click on a dot to learn more about the tournament in that region.

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News & Announcements

IHBB is delighted to announce that registration is now open for our four Regional tournaments on the weekend of 13-14 September across New Zealand. On Saturday, Shirley Boys’ High School will host the Christchurch Regional and Samuel Marsden Collegiate School will host the Wellington Regional. The following day, Auckland International  [ Read More ]

Hello, New Zealand! The International History Bee and Bowl is excited to be inaugurating its New Zealand Division in the 2014 school year. Over our first four years, we’ve grown from a single event near New York City to over twenty countries, and we’re looking forward to holding our first  [ Read More ]

G’day, Australia! The International History Bee and Bowl is excited to be inaugurating its Australian Division in the 2014 school year. Over our first four years, we’ve grown from a single event near New York City to over twenty countries, and we’re looking forward to holding our first history-themed quiz  [ Read More ]

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