Australia dominated the World Taekwondo President's Cup in Tahiti ©World Taekwondo

Australia dominated the podium positions at the Oceania region's President's Cup taekwondo competition in Tahiti.

The nation won six gold medals across eight senior categories at the Mairie De Mahina.

Tamzin Christoffel opened the floodgates with victory over French opponent Barbara Louis in the women's under-49 kilograms division.

Australia also took double bronze courtesy of Saffron Tambyrajah and Bridie Keogh.

Carmen Marton, the world champion in 2013, triumphed in the under-57kg event after defeating team-mate Stacey Hymer in the final.

An Australia 1-2-3 also featured Kyah English, who won a bronze medal along with with Klaudija Tvaronaviciute of Lithuania.

Ruth Hock beat Katarzyna Bartnikowska in an all-Australian under-67kg final as French Polynesian duo Sophia Tehiva and Averii Gatien won bronze medals. 

Lewis Bailey and both Eisa and Arash Mozhdeh Jouybari enjoyed men's victories.

Australia's Carmen Marton was among the winners ©Getty Images
Australia's Carmen Marton was among the winners ©Getty Images

Bailey beat team-mate Safwan Khalil in the under-58kg final as Japan's Hajime Takeuchi won the bronze with another Australian, Adrian Abela. 

Eisa Mozhdeh Jouybari beat Thomas Auger in the under-68kg event as co-bronze medallists Thomas and Will Afonczenko completed an all-Australian podium.

Arash Mozhdeh Jouybari defeated French Polynesia's Tuarai Hery as Hary's team-mate Reynald Chan took bronze along with Australia's Adam Meyers.

Hinavai Tepea took French Polynesian gold in the women's over-67kg final.

She beat Australia's Reba Stewart in the final as two other Australians in Tassya Stewart and Chelsea Hobday shared bronze.

United States' Jaysen Ishida beat Australia's Jack Marton in the under-80kg final as French Polynesia's Peter Babka shared bronze with Cameron Taylor of Australia.

The World Taekwondo-organised event is being held alongside the Oceania Taekwondo Championships, which are due to continue tomorrow.