带着Cici看世界The orchard is located on the outskirts of Hobart about a 20-minute drive away. The farm owner Bob Hardy used to be a farmer and has rich experience. On his farm, many rare varieties of berry fruits are grown. Except for winter, seasonal fruits are available for everyone to pick for 9 months of the year. There is a tea room in the orchard, where you can eat snacks and drink coffee. It feels great!
Regarding fruit picking, the farmer will give each person a plastic box, the bigger one for adults and the smaller one for children. The old man is already in his 70s, but he only hired a few temporary workers to help him during the peak season for three months, but he kept a 10-acre orchard in good order. In Shanghai, we were picking strawberries in a greenhouse, sweating profusely every time, but here, the mountains and rivers were beautiful and the breeze was slow. Tasmanian cherries are very famous, but unfortunately, when we went there, it was just out of the market. The father told us that if we want to eat cherries, we must be 1/31 before. Now this season, apart from strawberries, there are only apples. Although the apple is not good-looking and has some scars, it is obviously not treated with pesticides and the taste is very crisp. We left it for several days and it was still very fresh.
陌染MMTraveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. The town of Richmond is one of the oldest towns. The Richmond Stone Bridge is an arch bridge located in the town of Richmond. It is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia. The bridge was built by prison laborers and was completed in 1825. It was originally named Big Bridge, named after Royal Commissioner John Big. The raw material of the Richmond Bridge is sandstone from the Butchers Hill Quarry, which is transported to the construction site by the prisoners on a trolley. The bridge has four large arches and two small arches, all designed according to the characteristics of the water flow.