文旦柚Finally, the grass of his heart is at the lavender harvest season, the manor needs to buy tickets inside the car parked free outside the manor, into the small slope, to the top of the slope can see large lavender, harvester is working, slices of lavender ice cream delicious!
文旦柚The mural town, just by on our way from downtown Launceston to the Cradle Hill, was a place to visit to show the award winning work of the mural competition over the years, and the paintings of Chen Shun were interesting to see, and also the work of Chen Shun
杨昊鑫Launceston is located in the northern part of Tasmania, Australia. It is a small international city located at the mouth of the river. It is one of the few cities in the world surrounded by canyons. It is the third oldest city in Australia, with a large number of historical buildings and landscapes. It is famous for its excellent local products and food. The quaint streets are full of exquisite English-style old buildings, strolling through them, it is as if you are in medieval Europe, England.
幡多郡齐桓公[view] Beautiful plus leisure [fun] Free swimming and bath [price/performance] Cable car 13 AU one way, 16 AUD back and forth. One way is enough, as the other is a must see in most of the Raiders, and this attraction is not recommended to visit Launceston, but to go to the Cradle Hills, Wine Cup Bay, Flame Bay, etc. In fact, this hidden attraction can be played for a day, because there are many tracks, there are few hours in the distance from the trip to Launceston. It is near the city, there are mountains and water, and there are walking tours and lookout to park the car first. If you want to swim, bring a swimsuit, a child needs adults to watch. There is a place to take a bath in the toilet, very convenient and then take the cable car, the water is clear and the mountains are beautiful, the rocks are beautiful, the road to reach can be reached with branches, the artistic landscape is unusual to the opposite shore, we came to see kangaroos and peacocks, beautiful and then walked through some lookout, that is, the viewing attraction, Adequate time, can come a few hours to go on the bridge. All in the mountains, even hot days are very refreshing. "From this direction, the view is taken, through the pool and the viewing houses on the hill opposite the trees, and after a special touch, you can go up and down the bridge, and look down at the views, the rivers, the birds, and the tourists pointing out on the bridge." Don't return after talking to each other about passing the bridge. There is a hike next to the cliff. There are many observation spots behind. If the time is short, you can go not long to enjoy the advice: Parent-child tour can come all day, parking for all day is 6 AUD. Swimming first, or finally coming back to swim. Girls prepare sunscreen hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen
juki235Launceston City Park is more like a small European village. The park has beautiful European buildings, as well as large lawns and lakes. Here, flowers bloom in all seasons, and many water birds live on the lake, creating a classic European-style aristocratic garden. The city of Launceston is also a beautiful garden city, the environment is very good, it is worth visiting.
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The Bridestowe Lavendar Estate, the world's largest commercial lavender estate.
The large lavender park has faded the color of the flower season. It is not purple. It is recommended that everyone go to the purple flower fields in the mountains from December to January every year.
Souvenir shop's "Net Red Lavender Ice Cream" must not be missed, the aroma is rich, the taste is sweet, one person can eat a whole branch; "Net Red Lavender Bear" is very cute, almost one person, Yaya also bought one. When I learned this little bear in the past, it was really very popular as a big one. I heard that I bought a few years ago, and each person is limited to one, but now it is not limited.
Lavender essential oils and other skin care products are also worth taking away, the quality of natural plants, I hope you don't miss this romantic purple flowering time
Kangaroo Island covers an area of about 4,405 square kilometers, which is equivalent to three Londons, four Hong Kong or eight Singaporeans. The total population of the island is more than 4,300. You can use all kinds of transportation, planes, ships, and self-driving. , there are spectacular coastlines and natural landscapes.
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In January, when Shanghai was still stabbing in the winter, Tasmania in the southern hemisphere was in midsummer. Not only was the temperature suitable, but also the open season of lavender, the Bridestowe Lavender Estate lavender estate ushered in the most beautiful year. time.
Bridestowe is located in northern Tasmania, 51 km from Launceston, the second largest city in Tasmania, and about 40 minutes by car. Although the flowering period has been entered since the beginning of December, the flowering fields can only be seen from the end of December to the middle of January.
In addition to the beautiful lavender, the souvenir shop here is also worth visiting, not only lavender sachets, skin care products and herbal teas, but also delicious lavender ice cream. Of course, the most not to be missed is the famous lavender bear.
On the way back to Launceston, passing through Sheffield Town, SHEFFIELD, the first ordinary town established by the early colonists in the interior of Tasmania, inspired by the Canadian town of Chemainus, the local government It also mobilized the masses to create murals to promote the development of the local tourism industry, thus re-giving the town a new look.
Now Sheffield Town is famous for its mural town, which attracts more than 200,000 tourists every year. Hong Kong singer Eason Chan has also left his own murals. The famous mainland actor Li Chen has painted here, but maybe I should have painted all the bad things. I have found it several times and I have found it. The
mural town hosts an international mural competition every year, starting from the annual Easter Sunday, a week in which artists create their most proud paintings for jury selection, activities in the town. The mural park is held and all murals will be exhibited and will be retained for the second year of the competition.
This mural symbolizing the friendship between the Chinese and Australian people makes me really difficult to understand. The rice flag is five stars, the panda is on the koala, the lavender is on the chrysanthemum, but the kangaroo is on the mouse. What do you mean?
Cataract Gorge Reserve, located in the southwest of downtown Launceston, can be reached in more than a decade by car. Here people walk along forests, canyons, streams, chat in galleries, cafes, or take a cable car to see the panoramic view of the reserve from the air. The
protected area is also home to many animals. The kangaroos walk freely in the woods; next to the colorful hydrangea, the peacock opens and the flowers are beautiful; this is the most peacock screen I have ever seen, the longest time It is also the closest contact!
Good envy of the people of Launceston, there is a beautiful sanctuary close at hand, which can be easily and freely enjoyed at any time, so I want to take my little Q to play and walk here... just because of a park I fell in love with this city.
Located on Mount Arthur in northern Tasmania, Bridestowe Lavender Farm is the largest private lavender estate in the Southern Hemisphere. The lavender here is broadcasted in the mountains, with the terrain rising and falling, the S-shaped curve is very beautiful.
1921, the English immigrants came to Lilydale, Tasmania, where lavender seeds were planted and reproduced. The climate of the island of Provence is very similar, so the lavender plantation here is quite successful.
Due to the seasonal opposite of the northern and southern hemispheres, the mature harvest period of Tasmanian lavender is January of each year, so the best viewing season here is the twelve flowers that have not yet been harvested. month. Christmas is the best time to New Year's Day!
The day we arrived was December 20th, the blue sky and white clouds, the weather was just right. Lavender is ripening and blooming, and the garden is full of fragrant fragrance, the same feeling as Valensoller who visited Provence at the end of June!
Come to Lavender Manor, don't you miss the lavender ice cream produced here? The ice cream cart is near the farm's service center, with 5 single balls and 9 double balls. Tourist service centers also sell lavender products.
After the tour, eat a light meal on the farm, the restaurant has an outdoor seating, you can breathe the lavender aroma. Tall old oak trees, undulating lavender fields, and Arthur Hill in the distance, a ticket for 10 knives per person can be seen in such a beautiful scenery, and it is worth the price.
If you want to experience the Swiss style in Australia, the town of Grindelwald in the north of Launceston, Tasmania is a great location. The town of Grindelwald, built entirely in the Swiss town, is located in the scenic Tamar Valley, in Launceston. On the way to Cradle Mountain, if you have plenty of time, its a good choice to spend a leisurely afternoon here.
The origin of this Swiss town on a distant Oceania is a touching love story. It is said that a Swiss couple came to live in Tasmania, but because the wife has been unable to adapt to the living environment here, she was depressed all the time. The husband built several Swiss-style houses for his wifes thoughts. Later, neighboring neighbors followed suit and slowly formed the current Swiss-style small village.
Before going to Laurels from Launceston, we took the opportunity to go to the Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company. Tasmania's berries and jams are very famous and attract us to visit this place. The reason for only four words is "a lot of awards". In places where jam is so famous, it can win countless awards, and it must be a leader.
How to see here is not like a jam processing factory here. It is simply a garden. The big dog of the host family is lazy and basking in the sun. After playing with us, it is reluctant to be reluctant. stranger. The back garden looks a lot bigger, and those berries should grow here.
A full wall is the award-winning evidence and the old photos of the changes here. Usually when I go out to travel, I like to buy items with stories. The story here is: A couple of young couples have worked together for more than 20 years, starting from the earliest bricks and tiles, slowly building their lives and building them. They dream of a jam garden.