navalyangIn the small town in the early morning, most people have not yet woken up. It is very quiet and peaceful. We got up early to watch the sea, so we accidentally found this trestle bridge. On both sides of the trestle bridge, only black swans and unknown water birds greeted us. The morning sun sits on the water on both sides of the bridge, as if coating the water with a thin layer of gold.
梅园小筑2013Bairnsdale is a small city in Victoria, Australia. It is located at the turn of the Mitchell River. It was granted city status in 1990 and is an important city in eastern Victoria. Ensdale’s most famous landmark is St. Mary’s Church, a Roman Catholic church known for its tall towers, ceilings and exquisite murals on the walls. The town is very small and a very peaceful place.
Ice-blue～Raymond Island｜Go to find the "running" Koala Raymond Island (Raymond Island) is also called Koala Island. It is said that the koala here was migrated from Phillip Island in the 1950s. It is 300km away from Melbourne. If you are driving all the way from Sydney or around Wilsons Promontory, don't miss this place. After all, looking for the original koala is much more interesting than looking at the zoo. Address: 5 minutes by boat from Paynesville. Per capita consumption: Ferry boat: 10 Australian dollars/car Transportation strategy: We come from Hukou Town, take the A1 highway, transfer to C604 to Paynesville, and then take the boat to the island. Accommodation recommendation: Allawah Caravan & Boat Park ($35 per night). Shooting stars here is very beautiful. Feature recommendation: This small island is not big. There are large eucalyptus trees on the island. It is a very interesting process to find koalas on the trees. Because koala feeds on eucalyptus leaves, he sleeps most of the time every day. The first koala I met on the island opened his eyes just to pee. The koala did not move and continued to sleep. Get along with people in peace. Koalas generally live in large eucalyptus forests deep in the island. People in small towns live in villas outside the forest. It is said that koalas often visit "neighbors" homes. It is very happy to think about it. I encountered a childcare institution catching koalas and researching and tracking the growth and health of koalas. It was really lovely to see the koalas crawling down from the tree. Recommended route: Start of Day (Melbourne or other) PaynesvilleAllawah Caravan&Boat Park Camp Day Boat trip to Wilson Promontory Park on Raymond Island