01234567890liNantian temple is one of the largest temple in the southern hemisphere, located 100 kilometers south of Sydney city of Wollongong, Wollongong. Started in 1992, completed in 1995. Covers an area of 55 acres, building area of 11000 square meters. South for buddhist believers, the day of the temple of heaven to the southern hemisphere.
JokerXSA small park, according to the average price of Australian park tickets, is not cheap. The park has a small show at each time period to explain the characteristics and habits of various animals. The biggest advantage of this park is that you can get in touch with kangaroos and have run through so many Australian zoos. There are not many zoos you can get close to, or you can take pictures for a fee. Buy a pack of feed at the ticket office for $5. After you go in, you can feed kangaroos and alpacas. So I still recommend coming over for a visit~
小杜杜vs杜爷In April 2017, I finally came to the end of the land. This is a lighthouse on the east side of the southern hemisphere, and then South America. "Suddenly I wanted to go home. Although I was far away from them, I felt close at that moment." ------------------- ------Literary and artistic. The sand here is very fine and it is very convenient to come by bus. It is a good place to relax. But it should be noted that the rocks under the lighthouse must be safe. I accidentally slipped and used a foot...
358***33Although the Wollongong Botanical Garden is small in scale, the environment is very beautiful. It is a good choice to take a photo with the sea and colorful flowers not far away. In fact, there are many plants unique to Australia that are worth visiting. The botanical garden is open for free.
M33***29Wollongong is not far from downtown Sydney. The view of the sea cliff bridge is very unique. It is a beautiful scenery on the coast! The blue sky, the white clouds, everything is as beautiful as a dream! A place to linger!
You don’t have to be a Sydneysider to enjoy the best day trips from Sydney. Just jump in the car and within a couple of hours you can find yourself in some of the most beautiful spots in the state. Spoilt for choice? Yes, we know. So we’ve hand-picked a selection of the best day trips from Sydney featuring quaint villages, seaside hangouts and mountain escapes.
Old Helensburgh Railway Station
Old Helensburgh Station
There is an abandoned train tunnel near Helensburgh Station, 50 km south of Sydney. It was built in the mid-19th century but was closed in 1920 and then used as a mushroom. Class planting area.
Later, with the reduction of mushroom cultivation in the tunnel, a large number of blue-light fireflies gathered here, making it one of the largest fireflies in New South Wales.
The tunnel mouth is hidden in the jungle bushes, stroking the arched stone wall with a hundred years of history, but looking inside is an unspeakable quiet and deep.
This tunnel is 400 meters long and does not require much guts. First, both ends are open and can pass directly. Second, there are many visitors, especially holidays. Fireflies are concentrated in the middle of the road.
Australia's ecology is very good, there are seagulls and birds that can't be named, not afraid of people. If it wasn't for someone not fishing far away, I would think that I broke into the home of the birds.
Wollongong is Australia's famous tourist city. We drove along the cliff-riding road, and enjoyed the spectacular scenery along the coast. What is the sea and the sky, surrounded by green hills, people have to sigh that the scenery here is really good. Groups of seabirds dance like wind kites on their heads, and they are within reach. The most famous landmarks in Wollongong are the old and new lighthouses. The seabird robbery in the square here is comparable to the deer of Nara and the monkeys of Bali. I was happy to buy an ice cream a minute ago and I didn't have time to take a selfie. I was taken by the seagull. Then there was a scene in the square where a girl was chased by a group of birds. The result is unfortunate, the second is not there...