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Popular Sports Attractions in Oceania

Sky Tower
Auckland·New Zealand
4.5/5
666 Reviews
Observation Deck
Extreme Sport
Sky Tower is 328 meters high and is the landmark of Auckland. It is integrated with other buildings to form a huge sky city. Sky Tower has three transparent elevators that rise at a speed of 18 kilometers per hour, taking you to the top of the observation deck and revolving restaurant in just 40 seconds, where you can overlook all of Auckland City like an angel. Evenings are recommended so that you can see a beautiful sunset, nightfall, and overlook the Auckland night view. In addition, you can also experience Skywalking. Sky Tower Walk is a 192-meter-high outer ring platform on the Sky Tower, led by a coach for guided high-altitude walks.
Cairns
Cairns·Australia
4.3/5
273 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
Cairns, a city in northeastern Australia, is not only a city on the north side of Queensland, but also a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns is a city full of fashion and is known for its typical tropical climate and relaxed and comfortable living environment. The Cairns Centre and the Night Market are not to be missed. Here you can shop for Australian specialties such as opals, diamonds and pearls, as well as many local souvenirs.
Waiheke Island
Auckland·New Zealand
4.6/5
116 Reviews
Boat Tour
Island/Peninsula
Seashore
Outdoor Sports
Water Sports
Famous Residences
The island of Waiheke is rich in grapes, also known as the island of wine. The island often has wine-selling activities and tastes freshly prized wines. The water of the waterfall on the island makes everyone happy, from the beach to the sea, and then to the bottom of the sea. As long as it is related to the sea, you can have fun and countless. The island is also the place where the poet Gu Cheng lived. Leisure holidays, climbing vines, musk olive groves, eye-catching farmland, soft beaches, here is Waiheke Island.
Moore Outer Reef
Cairns·Australia
4.6/5
76 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Snorkeling/Diving
The Moorish Outer Reef is a barrage reef that is closer to Cairns. The water is very clear and visible. The coral reef is situated on a fine white sand bed on the sea floor. There are a wealth of marine life, where visitors can dive, and there are a variety of hard corals under the surface of the sea facing the Great Barrier Reef. Visitors can also see a variety of small tropical fish swimming between corals to find accommodation. Prey on plankton.
Atherton Tablelands
Cairns·Australia
4.5/5
50 Reviews
Lake
Canyon
Hot Air Balloon
Museum
Atherton Tablelands, QLD 4870
Te Kokōta
Tahiti·French Polynesia
4.9/5
37 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
Dolphin Watching
Te Kokōta is located within the Tuamotus Archipelago and looks like a swimming whale. The atoll surrounds a lagoon, which is like a huge inner sea. The surrounding dry land encircles the lake the way a small island is encircled by water. If visitors come here to dive, they will have the opportunity to see tiger sharks, hammerhead sharks, dolphins, turtles and eagle rays. One of the important tourist attractions here is a tour of the lagoon. Te Kokōta is also a famous atoll. One of the diving destinations visitors like to explore is Les Sables Roses, which is a pink sandbar in the southeastern part of the atoll.
Rangitoto Island
Auckland·New Zealand
4.2/5
54 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Water Sports
Rangitoto Island is situated in the delightful nation of New Zealand. Rangitoto is Auckland's biggest spring of gushing lava, standing 850 feet tall. It has not emitted in 600 years and is canvassed in hedge. Appreciate the chance to take photographs of the fountain of liquid magma and the encompassing water. You can appreciate a ship to the summit that Rangitoto sits on, or, on the off chance that you get a kick out of the chance to walk, you can appreciate the 45 minute climb up the track with your companions. You can see Kawau Island and both the considerable and little boundary's from the Rangitoto summit.
Skydive Wanaka
Wanaka·New Zealand
4.7/5
73 Reviews
When you come to Wanaka, how can you not experience Skydive Wanaka? In comparison to Queenstown NZONE Skydive, Skydive Wanaka does not have the bustling streetscape view, but has a broader natural landscape view. When you take a 15,000-foot or 12,000-foot jump from an airplane, you can enjoy the breathtaking free fall while enjoying New Zealand's Mount Cook, sapphire mirror-like Lake Wanaka, glaciers and rivers without any hindrance.

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