Oreo Feats of Wonder

For two days only, Oreo is giving Australians the chance to perform some of our athletes' awe-inspiring feats at their Feats of Wonder event in Sydney on 29-30 July 2016.

It's no secret our Aussie athletes accomplish some incredible things – Aussie long jumpers can jump further than wallabies, the natural jumpers of our nation. And now you can too, thanks to Oreo.

On Friday 29th July and Saturday 30th July, curious visitors can head down to Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay West, The Rocks between 9am – 4pm where they will be welcomed by a special Oreo trail leading them to the activation, with 3D paper craft- like elements codesigned by Australian Papercraft Artist, Benja Harney.

There they will have the chance to accomplish four remarkable feats, cross the finish line and feel like a champion on the winner's podium. Reigniting Australia's imagination, Oreo has added a wondrous twist to long jump, pole vault, tae kwon do and weightlifting:

Long jump Now we can all clear an Olympic-length jump of 7.8m. Let Oreo wire you up and jump further than a wallaby's usual 7.5m.

Pole vault Vault higher than the tallest giraffe just like our Aussie athletes do, with a little help from Oreo.

Tae kwon do Oreo gives you the chance to smash a stone block faster than a Category 4 hurricane – the speed of the fastest Aussie tae kwon do kick.

Weightlifting Our nation's pro weightlifters carry hundreds of kilos, more than the weight of an elephant, and now you can too, with Oreo barbells.

The two-day event is the official launch of Oreo's Feats Of Wonder campaign, which celebrates the skill, dedication and accomplishments of our Australian athletes and gives Australians an opportunity to experience the magic of achieving things they never thought possible.

Oreo is an official partner of the Australian Olympic Team.


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