Fisherman's Wharf is the main yacht dock on the Golden Coast. The sail-shaped building is an extension of Sheridan Mirage, a world-famous luxury resort hotel. The sail-shaped roof is one of its characteristics and the landmark buildings on the Golden Coast. Fishermen's wharf is surrounded by seafood restaurants. Tourists come here to taste seafood is an indispensable part of Golden Coast tourism. Big-billed pelicans come to the fisherman's wharf every day to eat small fish.
It was already evening when we arrived at the Fisherman's Wharf. The fisherman's Wharf at night has lost sight of the sea. But it's also very lively. There are all kinds of small shops. Candy store. Furniture and decoration stores. There are also various restaurants. The shelves outside the restaurant are full of delicious crabs and lobsters.
To participate in the "luxury yacht fashion tour" planned by the Tourist Bureau on the Golden Coast, I visited the "water church" docked at the wharf (fig. 1 below). It is very suitable for young couples and newlyweds to come. In addition, I experienced the luxury yacht of AU $485 with three bedrooms and living rooms, which are relatively luxurious!
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We're here for dinner and the scenery is better than during the day. I like that there's a good restaurant near here. It's really nice to eat lobster. The environment of the restaurant is really good. You can see the wharf at a glance and there are many youth hotels around the wharf.
We stayed at Sheraton's Hotel on the Golden Coast, next to the famous yacht pier area. Located in Xiehu Lake, the unique geographical location makes the wind and waves relatively small. Next to it is the shopping mall connected with the hotel. The environment is very pleasant.
Fool's Wharf, our group rented a luxury yacht to sail out of the deep sea. It is their true love to have a boat and a sea fishing boat. Unfortunately, the graceful gesture and graceful movements did not catch the fish. Beautiful women, take photos. According to the tour guide (Chinese, can speak Mandarin and vernacular), the wealthy people in Australia like luxury yachts, but cars are not very particular. The Japanese cars here sell well because they are cheap and fuel-efficient. The luxury houses here are piers (yachts) in front of them, roads (cars are easy to get in and out) and fools'piers in front of them are rich areas, because there are yachts in front of the house, cars and helicopters behind them.