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hown here will be places of major interests you must visit if you plan to visit New Zealand. The tallest structure in the Southern Hemisphere is Auckland's Sky Tower. It has a revolving restaurant and four public observation decks, and at 328m tall, it dominates the city's skyline. For purposes of comparison, it is slightly higher than the Eiffel Tower.
Far above the central business district, the view from the Sky Tower over AuckIand city and Waitemota Harbour is breathtaking.
More city specific attractions can be found in the Cities section.
Orbit restaurant revolves whilst you dine, magnificent views you will savour along with the excellent cuisine and wine!
Fabulous 360-degree views of Auckland unfold below, and you can test your courage by walking over glass floors!
You can enjoy sports such as Blackwater Rafting is enjoyed. Blackwater rafting is wading through the underground waters with just a wet suit, gumboots, a helmet with a miner's headlamp and a truck's massive inner tube.
An ideal place to go in order to get away from the hustle and bustle of frantic city-dwelling is Queenstown. Internationally recognised as New Zealand's premier visitor destination, Queenstown rests on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, overlooking the majectic Southern Alps.
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