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Popular Nature Attractions in Oceania

Darling Harbour
Sydney·Australia
4.6/5
1,214 Reviews
Port/Bay
Darling Harbour, also known as Lover Harbour, is located in Sydney and is a large leisure area with entertainment, dining and shopping. Darling Harbour consists of port terminals, green water and various buildings. King Street Wharf is a popular venue, with trendy dining options. There are also famous attractions such as Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussaud's Sydney. You can also choose to dine in the outdoor area on the shore, shop at the Port Mall, listen to the performances of outdoor performers, or interact with the little pigeons. You can also take a boat trip to enjoy the view from a closer distance.
Gold Coast
Gold Coast·Australia
4.6/5
569 Reviews
Seashore
Gold Coast is a leisurely resort on the southeast coast of Queensland, Australia. It is located south of Brisbane and is known for its 32-kilometer stretch of golden beaches. From a small fishing village 20 years ago, the Gold Coast has become an internationally renowned sightseeing spot. Surfers Paradise is a popular place on the Gold Coast. Whether you are quiet or energetic, you can empty your soul and find your heart.
Great Ocean Road
Australia
4.7/5
1,195 Reviews
Geological Sites
Seashore
Located in the west of Melbourne, the Great Ocean Road is Australia's famous self-driving tour route and a must-see for travelers visiting Australia. It is known as the treasure of Victoria. The Great Ocean Road spans about 270 kilometers. Visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the tranquil coastline, surf beaches, caves and estuaries along the way, as well as the astounding natural limestone pillars, the Twelve Apostles, standing in the ocean.
Great Barrier Reef
Australia
4.6/5
705 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
The Great Barrier Reef runs along the northeast coast of Australia from the Torres Strait to just below the Tropic of Capricorn. This spectacular marine habitat is one of the world's seven natural wonders and consists of hundreds of coral islands. Most of the reef is underwater and is only exposed at low tide. From the air it resembles a kaleidoscope of dazzling emeralds.
Bondi Beach
Sydney·Australia
4.6/5
664 Reviews
Beach
Bondi Beach is located in the southwest of Sydney and is one of Sydney's most famous beaches. The coastline is crescent-shaped. The beach is soft and sandy. There are beautiful blue skies and green seas. It is a good place to enjoy sunsets and sunrises. Whether it's summer or winter, this is the essence of Sydney, and it's a great place to experience how Sydney natives enjoy life. Due to the large waves, Bondi Beach is not suitable for swimming. On sunny days, Sydney people gather on Bondi Beach to enjoy sun bathing or surf into the sea.
Lake Wakatipu
Queenstown·New Zealand
4.7/5
443 Reviews
Lake
Lake Wakatipu is located in Queenstown, New Zealand's South Island. It is the third largest lake in New Zealand. It is in a lightning bolt shape. The lake is very clear and known as “Emerald Lake”. If you are in Queenstown, you can choose to overlook the Lake Wakatipu from the famous Sky Cable Car. Taking the TSS Earnslaw steamship cruise is undoubtedly one way of enjoying the beautiful scenery on the Lake Wakatipu. Not only does it brings the lake and the mountains close under your eyes, but also brings the tranquility and serenity of the lake to your heart, and the breathtaking beauty of scenery into your memory. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious barbecue and experience authentic New Zealand culture.
Blue Mountains National Park
Blue Mountains·Australia
4.6/5
561 Reviews
Mountain
National Park
Forest
Belonging to the Greater Blue Mountains, the Blue Mountains National Park is home to a large area of primitive jungle and subtropical rainforest. Eucalyptus trees are well-known here and are Australia's national trees with more than 500 species, and are the only food of Australia's precious animal koala. Here you can experience a feeling of Shangri-la and returning to nature. The park has the majestic view of nature. Due to the large scale of the scenic spot, visitors generally take the sightseeing cycle bus or choose to drive by themselves.
Twelve Apostles
Australia
4.7/5
604 Reviews
Geological Sites
Rock Monument
The Twelve Apostles are located in the Port Campbell National Park on the Great Ocean Road in Australia and are one of the great attractions along the Great Ocean Road. They are rock stacks erecting from the sea. They were originally part of the coastline and were gradually separated by the waves and wind. Because the original twelve stacks were reminiscent of the twelve apostles who followed Jesus, they were named The Twelve Apostles. Due to the continuous erosion of the waves, only seven of the twelve are left. On the way to the Twelve Apostles, there is a well-known staircase known as the Gibson Steps, which is cut from the cliff and leads down to the beach.

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