St. Kilda sits just 6 km south of Melbourne and is the city’s most famous beach. The waterfront consists of parks and bike paths, making it popular for long walks and people watching. Evenings bring about a romantic ambience, and it’s not uncommon to see couples taking in the scenery. The nearby pier serves as the home for a growing colony of Fairy Penguins, making cute animal sightings an attraction for St. Kilda alongside its markets, fairs and nightclubs.
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Many people come to Melbourne and always remember to visit the world's smallest penguin on Phillip Island, which is not close to Melbourne, but they don't know that this may be a far-sighted approach.
St Kilda Beach is located near the CBD of Melbourne. It is a popular place for leisure and entertainment in Melbourne. In addition to the high-end features of the marina, you can also swim, surf, hang gliding, catering and other activities.
Phillip Island is far away and has to pay to visit the little penguin, but still can't take pictures, but this beach doesn't cost anything, except for parking fees (so it is recommended to take a ride), and you can take pictures at will.
Of course, as a responsible traveler, it is important to know that the little penguin's eyes can't stand the flash and blind, we must remember to turn off the flash before pressing the shutter! ! !
When we finally found the parking space, parked the car, paid the expensive parking fee, and finally arrived at the legendary bridge that can meet the little penguin.
After a test of eyesight, I finally found them in some stone seams that are neither too afraid of people nor a little shy.
Lovely shy penguins, dynamic and dynamic Westerners, bright and moving tidal flats are deeply imprinted in our minds.