Tourist Attractions & Things To Do In Oceania

Top Rated Tourist Attractions And Things To Do In Oceania

Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef

It is impossible to overstate the beauty of this Australian icon. It is truly one of the world's most amazing wonders and is a "Must See" destination when travelling to Australia. Legions of corals and fish are spread over thousands of kilometres of coastline, and the area is dotted with nearly 1000 islands. Of course, there is fishing and diving, as well as the tours, so no matter your age, make sure you experience it!

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Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is an Australian icon in the hub of vibrant Sydney, surrounded by the bustling harbour, the famous Harbour Bridge, and only a few steps away from the historic ferry terminal, Circular Quay. Admire the architecture of the Opera House, watch the cruise ships glide into the dock, and then stroll to one of the many restaurants for a bite to eat.

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Queenstown Skyline Gondola
Queenstown Skyline Gondola

Bob’s Peak towers over Queenstown, and the gondola, the steepest in the southern hemisphere, provides a picturesque trip to the top of the mountain. Magnificent views of Queenstown and The Remarkables await, and you can also view the tour boats gliding across Lake Wakatipu. Take your time enjoying the landscape as you have a meal and drink at the restaurant and café. For even more fun, have a go on the luge ride at the mountains’ peak!

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Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland
Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

Famous for its geothermal activity, and just a 30-minute drive from Rotorua, is one of the best displays of geysers and muds pools, the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland! Make sure you catch the Lady Knox Geyser Show at 10:15, and meander along the walking tracks taking your time to see these colourful and diverse natural attractions. They have been thousands of years in the making – enjoy them all!

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TranzAlpine Train
TranzAlpine Train

Take a full day tour on the TranzAlpine Train, to see and experience the rugged beauty of New Zealand. Departing at 8:15am, this train crosses the Canterbury Plains, traverses the Southern Alps and reaches the west coast town of Greymouth. Take advantage of the open-air carriage for photos and capture the vast expanse of the countryside. Explore this historic gold mining town before commencing your return journey at 2:15pm, arriving back in Christchurch at 6:30pm.

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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a great day out if you are staying in the region around Cairns or Port Douglas. This cable car trip is one of the best in Australia! Travelling for 7.5 kilometres over the rainforest canopy, you can take a break mid-way before finishing the journey at the quaint town of Kuranda. At the end of the day, take the vintage train trip back to your starting point - it's a lot of fun!

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Whitehaven Beach
Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsunday Islands is famous for its silky white sand, lapping waves, and magnificent rainforest backdrop. It is truly pristine, and at 6 kilometres long, crowds are not a problem! Take a day trip from the mainland and combine a trip to the beach with a stop off on one of the island resorts. Why not make it an extra special day, take a seaplane!

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Mount Wellington
Mount Wellington

A visit to Hobart must include a trip up to the top of Mt Wellington. The mountain towers over the city, and with the clear air of Hobart, from its look-out you can see for forever and a day. Enjoy walking along the boardwalks or take a bike ride if you’re feeling energetic. Pack a picnic and enjoy a meal as you lay back and take in the sights!

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Fiordland National Park
Fiordland National Park

New Zealand at its most stunningly beautiful, you’ve arrived at Fiordland National Park - stunning, beautiful, unique and iconic - these words do not do it justice - it must be experienced! The wildlife abounds, with penguins, seals, sea lions and dolphins that ride the wake made by the tourist boats as they glide along the waters. Take the four-day Milford walk, kayak, horse ride or fish – there is just so much to see and do!

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Sea World Gold Coast
Sea World Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is all about fun, and Sea World brings it to you “in spades”. Take your time to watch and learn about the dolphins, seals and polar bears, enjoy the rides and of course enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants and cafes. There’s also a chance to go behind the scenes, so get there early and stay the day - there’s lots to do!

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Tamaki Maori Village
Tamaki Maori Village

This evening tour transports you to another time before European settlement, to experience the Maori culture and traditions. Explore this recreated Maori village, and immerse yourself in the stories, songs and dancing that will take you on a journey from 3000BC to today. Experience the culture, watch the haka challenges and join a hangi feast with your Maori hosts. A trip to the Tamaki Maori Village is night of enjoyment and learning that you won’t regret!

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Warner Bros. Movie World
Warner Bros. Movie World

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION... and then more action, at Movie World! Located on the Gold Coast, just a short drive from Brisbane, is this major theme park offering a full day of excitement and fun. Meet your favourite movie characters, experience what it's like to be on a movie set, watch the Stunt Driver show, and even go on thrilling rides and rollercoasters. A day at Movie World is one you won't soon forget!

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Daintree Rainforest
Daintree Rainforest

The Daintree Rainforest is the Barrier Reef on land - a unique wonderland full of diversity, which is just so special. This World Heritage listed attraction is so much more than just your average rainforest, there really is so much to do! There are tours to spot crocodiles, horse riding, 4WD tours, and you can even walk among the tree tops. The list goes on - there is just so much to see and do in the Daintree Rainforest!

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Dreamworld
Dreamworld

Play, laugh, and scream with excitement all day at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast! A day trip to magnificent Dreamworld is must for every visitor, with a unique combination of thrilling rides, rides for children, and plenty of shows to enjoy along the way. Dreamworld also has a range of wildlife, including koalas and Bengal tigers. When you're hungry, enjoy one of the many restaurants and cafes.

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Flinders Chase National Park
Flinders Chase National Park

This park delivers diversity, with a scenic and rugged coastline combined with wildlife that make both the ocean and land their home. As you wander along the trails and boardwalks you will see the colony of fur seals at Admirals Arch but also keep an eye out for platypus in the waterholes of the Breakneck River - wallabies and echidnas also call this island home too! Visit the Lighthouse and admire the rock formations carved by the sea on this fantastic day out.

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The Remarkables
The Remarkables

Viewed from Queenstown, The Remarkables look majestic, but also fearsome. But just a 40-minute drive and you arrive at the ski field, a family friendly location where you can walk, and hike, and of course ski. Watch the professional skiers or join in at a level that suits you. There are snow-sports schools for those wanting an introduction or refresher course, but remember, it’s all about having fun!

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Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge is the most iconic attraction in Sydney, knick-named "The Coathanger" because of its design. Stroll over the bridge capturing magnificent views of the Opera House and the harbour, or book the popular "BridgeClimb" to get the best possible view of the city. If you're lucky enough to be in Sydney on New Year's Eve, the fireworks on the bridge are an absolute must!

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Australia Zoo
Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo is iconic, and famous for its unique management by the Irwin family. It's a must-see part of any trip to Queensland. Boasting a wide range of international and native animals, you can tailor your day to make it special. There's Bindi's Bootcamp for the young, and a wide range of "up close and personal" experiences available. Make it a big day, you won't regret it!

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast is the perfect opportunity to see and learn about Australia’s native animals, such as koalas, kangaroos, wombats and crocodiles. But Currumbin is particularly cherished for its Rainbow Lorikeets - these colourful and friendly birds will amaze you - you can even hand feed them twice a day. The park also offers challenges such as a flying fox - so much to do, so close to the coast!

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Garden of the Sleeping Giant
Garden of the Sleeping Giant

Fiji brings serenity to a holiday, and as you meander around the beautiful Garden of the Sleeping Giant, admiring the orchids, it’s impossible not to relax. The 50 acres of gardens hold over 2000 varieties of orchids, on a property once owned by Raymond Burr (an actor famous for his role as Perry Mason). Guided tours are available, as are visits to the actor’s home, so bring a picnic and stay a while!

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Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour is both beautiful and hard working. Sit for a while and just enjoy the beauty of this harbour and watch the bustle as ferries, cruise ships and sailboats travers the magnificent blue waters. Take a stroll; you're on the doorstep of so many things to see including the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and the historic "Rocks" area of the city.

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The Living Maori Village (Whakarewarewa)
The Living Maori Village (Whakarewarewa)

A trip to Whakarewarewa, The Living Maori Village, is a unique experience - a visit to a traditional village where people live according to ancient customs, unchanged for 200 years. Your guides are direct descendants, and will help you learn about the Maori culture and gain an understanding of their history. See the historical landmarks, catch the cultural performances, and then wander the geothermal nature trails. Add a hangi meal to your day and make it extra special!

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Adelaide Zoo
Adelaide Zoo

This zoo takes you on a tour of Australia, and to the far reaches of the world. With over 1800 animals - native to Australia and selected from a round the world - there is so much to see and do. There is a rainforest, a jungle (where the tigers hang out) and Giant Pandas. For the littlies, there is the Children’s Zoo, where they, and mum and dad, can pat kangaroos and koalas.

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Colonial Tramcar
Colonial Tramcar

Tour Melbourne in elegance and enjoy a great meal while you're at it - there's just no better way to see the city! Take yourself back to a quieter time in one of Melbourne's authentic vintage trams, as you rumble quietly through the city streets and suburbs, enjoying the luxuries of fine dining. The Colonial Tramcar is a great way to spend the evening and this truly fun experience will not disappoint!

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