The beauty of Watson Bay is that you can enjoy two different styles of scenery at the same time. To the west is a gentle and modern urban landscape, to the East is a broad and wild Pacific Ocean. If you want to go to Watson Bay, you can take bus 380 or Sydney Ferry - - along the way, you can enjoy the Sydney Opera House panorama, Shuangshui Bay, Rose Bay and so on. Watson Bay is a popular tourist destination with complete service facilities. You can either do water sports here or do nothing. Pick a restaurant or cafe to enjoy the slow pace of Australia. Watson Bay scenery can use the high-level word "brilliance". I'd like to see more tours here. It's worth your time. To the east of Sydney "South Head" South Head, leaning against the calm Sydney Harbor, is close to the turbulent Pacific Ocean. There is another resident beach north of Huashen Bay Beach. It is called resident beach because I don't know its Chinese name very well. The English name is Camp Cove.
The naked beach Lady Bay beach // lighthouse // Fort // the endless Pacific Ocean, famous "Suicide Cliff" on foot. Sitting on the edge of the rock, feeling the strong sea breeze, looking at the Pacific Ocean which can never be forgotten, people really look very small, and all the troubles in their hearts are not worth mentioning.
Take a boat from the circular pier to Watson Bay. After getting off the boat, just follow the left-hand road. The houses on the road are very beautiful. Take a postcard with your hands. It is said that the house price is very high here. Walking through a small beach, there are bikini beauties in the sun, and then walking on is the famous lady Bay beach. Looking at it, all the men are hahaha. When we get to the lighthouse, we can only return to the original road. The Google map shows that we can take another road, but the road is blocked. Perhaps the residents dislike too many tourists. Not far from the pier is the gap, where you can see the spectacular cliffs washed away by the waves. Quick, half a day, you can go back and forth to the circular wharf, slow, you can finish shopping and eat a fries and sit on the beach, in a daze, in a word, it's very worthwhile to go.
The scenery is beautiful. You can see a wide and wide coastline and two lighthouses. White lighthouse, many people will go there to take wedding photos, another red and white lighthouse, Hornby Lighthouse, to see the lighthouse will take some effort, but it is very worthwhile! ___________ The hiking scenery along the way is very beautiful, climbing all the way up, you can see some small bays, few people are very quiet. You can see Hornby Lighthouse when you get to the highest point. Of course, the wind is very strong. Be careful.
It's an easy place to be overlooked, but it's beautiful to have to go. There aren't many people, so it's a good choice to have time to sit there. There's also the only beach in South Wales that allows naked swimming, the most spectacular suicide cliff, though a little far away, but must go.
Passing by boat from circularquay, the boat was not big, the power was enough, and there was a stop in the middle. Watsonsbay was not big. Walking left after getting off the boat, we could reach the lighthouse in about 15-30 minutes. This side had a good view. We could see several directions without shelter. We could choose a place facing city to watch the sunset quietly. The beauty was that the sunset landed from the opposite mountain, not on the sea surface.
The last time I took the coastal route west of wastonsbay, I had a good view of city and could see the sunset. This time I came here again. The cliff walkway on the east side overlooks the vast sea. The walkway is still very long. The cliff topography suddenly rises and falls, and the view from the high side is very good! ________
Watson Bay is a scenic spot in the suburbs of Sydney. There are famous cliffs. The whole Watson Bay is a large holiday resort. The hotel, entertainment facilities and restaurants are all available here. It's really good to stay here for two or three days and experience the beautiful seaside scenery.