|Designation||Symbol / Emblem|
|Hawaii State Bird||Nene (Branta sandwicensis) also known as the Hawaiian goose.|
|Hawaii State Dance||Hula|
|Hawaii State Flag||Flag of Hawaii|
|Hawaii State Fish (unofficial)||Humuhumunukunukuapua`a or Hawaiian Trigger Fish(Rhinecanthus rectangulus)|
|Hawaii State Flower||Pua Aloalo or Ma`o-hau-hele (Hibiscus brackenridgei), Native Yellow Hibiscus (Picture)|
|Hawaii State Gem||Black Coral|
|Hawaii State Individual Sport||Surfing|
|Hawaii State Marine Mammal||Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)|
|Hawaii State Order of Merit||Hawaiian|
|Hawaii State Popular Name||The Aloha State|
|Hawaii State Song||Hawai`i Pono`i|
|Hawaii State Team Sport||Outrigger Canoe Paddling|
|Hawaii State Tree||Kukui Tree (Aleurites Moluccana)|
|Island Colors||Hawai`i–The official color is Red.
Maui–The official color is Pink.
O`ahu–The official color is Golden Yellow.
Kaua`i–The official color is Purple.
Moloka`i–The official color is Green.
Lana`i–The official color is Orange.
Ni`ihau–The official color is White.
Kaho`olawe–The official color is Gray.
|Hawaii State Island Flowers||Hawai`i–`Ç hi`a lehua (Metrosideros macropus M. collina), also known as Pua lehuais, designated as the official flower.
Maui–Lokelani, also known as Damask Rose (Rosa damascena), designated as the official flower.
O`ahu–Pua `ilima from the native Dodder Shrubs (Sida fallax) designated as the official flower.
Kaua`i–Mokihana from the native tree (Pelea anisata) designated as the official lei material.
Moloka`i–Pua kukui, also known as the candlenut tree (Aleurites moluccana), designated as the official lei material.
Lana`i–Kauna`oa, also known as the Native Dodder (Cuscuta sandwichiana), designated as the official lei material.
Ni`ihau–Pä pä, also known as the Momi, Laiki, and Kahelelani, designated as the official lei material.
Kaho`olawe–Hinahina or Native Heliotrope (Heliotropium anomalum, var. argenteum) designated as the official lei material.