Required rules for the 2021 Australian Open

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Many people hoped that next year’s Australian Open will be a competition that represents a return to the usual state of the Grand Slam tournament. Despite Australia’s strong management of the disease, with an average number of new COVID-19 infections under 10 in the last week, the government also needs to maintain a tight international tourist control program.  It is […]

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Special sport events in Australia

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Australia is regarded as a vibrant and multi-ethnic nation that aims to provide tourists with many unique cultural experiences. The following athletic competitions in Australia are receiving a lot of media interest both at home and abroad. Melbourne Grand Prix The festival will take place at Albert Park in March for four days. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness and […]

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Ten sites for water sports in New Zealand (Part 2)

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National Park of Abel Tasman  Abel Tasman National Park is one of New Zealand‘s most prominent national parks, situated between the Golden Bay and Tasman River in the north of South Island. Thanks to its temperate climate, which is ideal for outdoor sports all year round, it becomes a prime spot for kayaking, windsurfing, swimming and fishing. In addition, tourists […]

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Ten sites for water sports in New Zealand (Part 1)

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With its poetic beaches, majestic steppes and crystal blue lakes, New Zealand deserves to be a water sports paradise. Traveling to New Zealand to a nature-favoured country taking the time to experience games such as boating, water motoring, paragliding,… Queenstown There is another explanation why Queenstown is regarded as New Zealand’s “capital of adventure” because it has the most thrilling […]

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Why is New Zealand home to extreme sport?

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On the day of June 1987, A.J. Hackett lowered himself from the Eiffel Tower, attached to his body only by an elastic rope, and those longing for a feeling of fun across the globe started to fall in love with bungee jumping.  The quick leap of Kiwi (New Zealand ‘s international nickname) cemented New Zealand ‘s status as the birthplace […]

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