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Traveling through the bustling streets and lanes of Melbourne, you will inadvertently encounter various surprises and excitement. The boutiques hidden in various lanes, prestigious restaurants, exquisite and chic cafes and charming bars make this city always blooming with charming charm. For the time being, leave the famous mainstream streets and walk down the alleys with graffiti, light boxes, and sculptures to see the coolest bars in Melbourne. Bar Americano in PresgravePlace, Section 8 in Tattersalls Lane, Croft Institute in Croft Alley, and Cherry Bar in ACDCLane alley have their own characteristics. You can also find some seemingly inconspicuous but very distinctive jazz bars and wine bars, or gathering places for a few scattered students and dimly lit hideouts.
There is a saying called "Let the twelve disciples wash away the troubles". No one can forget the daily trivial matters more than this gorgeous, weather-beaten and rugged coastline. This is the charm of the twelve disciples. The majestic limestone pillars were connected to the cliffs of the mainland ten or twenty thousand years ago. The waves and wind created caves on the cliffs, and finally smashed them into the stone pillars that were 45 meters high.
The most relaxing place in the east of Australia, go to the landmark lighthouse, boat with dolphins, hang out in the market, and enjoy the spa services, pamper yourself. Depart from Sydney or Brisbane and drive along the Pacific Coast Travel Route to explore the national park scenery surrounding the Rainforest Road.
Lord howe island
Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, LordHowe Island, which is included in the World Heritage List, is often called paradise. Only 400 tourists are allowed on the island at any time, and bicycles are the best means of transportation here. Stroll the white sand beaches, dive in the coral coke waters at the southernmost point of the world, and hike to the top of the golf hill. In this natural paradise, the pressure of modern life will be forgotten. At the same time enjoy the comfort brought by modern life.
Wineglass Bay is one of Tasmania's most popular holiday destinations for tourists and locals. She overlooks the crystal-clear Great Oyster Bay (Great Oyster Bay), a paradise for swimmers, diving, kayaking, boating and fishing lovers. Before becoming a European colony, the aboriginal tribes of Dahaowan and Dahe would take an annual trek when the weather was cooler, looking for seafood and swan eggs.
Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park
Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park (WilsonsPromontory Marine National Park) has a magnificent underwater landscape and is a paradise for diving enthusiasts. Granite cliffs sink below the water surface, and deep-water reefs are covered by the sea. Many small islands here have become habitats for penguins, seabirds and seals. Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park covers an area of 15,550 hectares and is Victoria's largest marine protected area. The park stretches along 17 kilometers of continental coastline and is located at the southern end of Wilsons Promontory. The coastline here is extremely beautiful, with charming beaches, granite mountains and cliffs, and rocky and picturesque offshore islands as a backdrop.
Darling Harbour is located in Sydney and is a large leisure venue in the commercial center of Sydney. Darling Harbour is a well-known tourist attraction in Sydney. It has a strong Australian style and attracts tourists from all over the world. The Sydney Aquarium, Australian National Maritime Museum, Electric Power Museum, Thorpe Aquatic Centre, etc. add charm to Darling Harbour. The 2000 Sydney Olympics was located here. A Friendship Garden with Chinese classical garden style has also been built in the area.
Uluru is one of Australia's most iconic symbols. It is an ancient landform located in the heart of Uluru-Uluru-KataTjuta National Park in the center of Australian red clay. Possess rich Australian aboriginal culture and spirituality. There are many ways to experience the bust of Uluru and the beauty of this unique desert. Think about riding a Harley motorcycle or sitting on the back of a camel across this ochre desert.
Hamilton Island is one of 74 islands in the Whitsunday Islands, located adjacent to the coast of Queensland, on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. Hamilton Island is one of the most popular islands in the Whitsundays, offering an idyllic and poetic island experience. Hamilton Island is located in a pristine ecological environment, offering a large number of activities and luxurious accommodation options to cater to the most discerning travelers. The many activities here will make you picky: sea kayaking, hunt-fishing, helicopter tours and "Breakfast with Koalas" at the Koala Gallery. Of course, if you just want to relax, you can also lie in the pool or relax on the beach. Hamilton Island is also a gateway to the other treasures of the Whitsunday Islands, including Heart Reef, Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest tropical coral system in the world with a width of 2300 kilometers, where the diverse marine life has the most brilliant colors. Diving, glass boats, jet boating, sailing, and even parachuting, you can enjoy the beauty of coke rocks and immerse yourself in the beautiful underwater world.
If you have not been to the MONA Museum, don't miss it. Prepare to visit these well-displayed old and new artworks with your curiosity. If you are interested in art, you will surely indulge in this museum~ Take a view along the picturesque Derwent River all the way to MONA-praised by many domestic and foreign media as "the world must reach the goal in 2013 Land"-and experience its amazing fusion of modern architectural art and modern art. There are also massive art displays that are thought-provoking. The Museum of Ancient and Modern Art uniquely integrates adult images into traditional museum facilities.
Adelaide's wine regions
South Australia has the reputation of "Australia's fine wine capital", and its wine production accounts for about 65% of the country's total exports. The Barossa Valley is one of the most famous viticulture and winemaking areas in South Australia. The Barossa Valley has gradually developed into a rich and vibrant area integrating architecture, fine arts, fine wine, food and music. Today, when strolling in the Barossa Valley, you can see green waves composed of continuous vines, and the air is filled with the refreshing fragrance of grapes and flowers, which makes people intoxicated.
Bondi to Bronte walk
各种徒步是澳洲人日常生活的一部分。比如山地的Bush walking，而海边则是Coastal Walking。悉尼市区的海岸线从北到南走一圈下来要8个小时之久，Bondi -Bronte – Clovelly Bay – Coogee是极为有名也一段，沿途也有不少有趣的活动，比如Clovellybay潜水看鱼，比如临近Coogee的那个Waverly Cemetry，比如Coogee Beach小朋友的以船舶为主题的Aka StanWindon Memorial Playground。Bondi Beach则会定期举办一些活动，比如周日刚刚结束的风筝节，冬季的海边雕塑，露天溜冰场，夏日的沙雕等等。
Rottnest Island is known for its laid-back atmosphere and beautiful beaches. It is located 18 kilometers off the coast of Perth and is surrounded by the sparkling Indian Ocean. This is where the locals swim, surf, snorkel, fish and relax. The ocean floor is surrounded by coral reefs and shipwrecks, making your diving and snorkeling trip feel like you are in another world. You can also watch the cute marsupial, the short-tailed kangaroo; the name Rottnest Island was inspired by this animal.
The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains is located 65 kilometers west of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is a famous tourist attraction in the state. The Blue Mountain is the general name of a series of plateaus and mountains. Because there are many eucalyptus trees growing on the mountains, the gas released by the leaves gathers in the mountains, forming a layer of blue mist, which gives the Blue Mountain its name. There are many strange rocks near Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. There are natural attractions such as the Three Sisters, Ginolan Caves, Wentworth Falls, and Bird Pecking. At the same time, it is famous for its rich Australian aboriginal cultural heritage. The Greater Blue Mountains, composed of parts of the Blue Mountains and nearby areas, were included in the World Natural Heritage List in 2000.
Margaret River has the world's top restaurants and wineries, where you can also taste crayfish, local organic beef and truffles. Immerse yourself in the deliciousness of local chocolates and fudge. There are more than 120 winemakers here, producing Australia’s top Cabernet Sauvignon. For red wine and food, remember to listen to the suggestions and secrets of the locals, and plan your journey well~
The Daintree Rainforest
From Cairns, Port Douglas (Port Douglas), Cape Tribulation (Cape Tribulation) and Cooktown (Cooktown) can all go to the Dane Tree Rainforest. Daintree Rainforest is two hours north of Cairns. Don't miss the eco-lodge accommodation experience here. You can observe various butterflies, musk kangaroos, and the endangered blue-necked red-headed bird: the cassowary up close through the skywalk or numerous hiking trails. There is a 6 million-year-old Zami fern growing here, and its underground trunk system evolved to prevent the destruction of foraging dinosaurs. This huge rainforest is home to about 430 species of birds, 13 of which are unique species not found anywhere else in the world. At dawn, I wake up in the tree house listening to their chorus: the chirping of the fruit dove is as strong and high-pitched as a tenor, and the long-tailed nighthawk crowings like a frog one after another. If you catch up with September in the southern hemisphere, you can also observe the fascinating brownback honeybird and Australian kingfisher.
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