Hillsville Reserve is the largest bird reserve outside Melbourne. Built on the coast, you can walk on the wooden trestle road and use telescopes to see the birds inhabiting here. It is said that there are hundreds of birds living here, including some rare and endangered birds. In fact, not only can we see birds here, but also the natural scenery is very beautiful.
Close contact with animals. Birds are beautiful. There are not many people with good scenery.
Driving along the Black Spur between Hillsville and Marysville, winding through the Great Divide, to the Danton Farms. The green kingdom of Danton Agriculture is outlined by tall trees, lush ferns, narrow and long natural walkways and majestic waterfalls. The oldest Puffing Billy in Australia is worth experiencing. This old train has a history of more than one hundred years, passing 26 scenic spots in a two-hour journey. Watching the jungle waving greetings, listening to birds greeting in the woods and learning the breeze are like entering the fairy tale world.
Hillsville Reserve is an important scenic spot in the Yala Valley. It is famous for having the largest number of Australian wildlife in the world. There are many endangered animals and representative Australian animals in the reserve, such as koala, kangaroo, kangaroo, opossum, platypus and so on.
It covers a large area of zoo, but the animals are not very many in species or quantity, almost the small animals in Australia. I've been to several zoos in Melbourne, all of which are like this. There are many trees in it, the greening is good, and the others are nothing special. Kangaroos are free-range, but can not be fed.
I especially like to go to some scenic spots and protect them very well.