关西达人Jervis Bay at the end of South Wales.
The scenery was so beautiful that it was indescribable. The day was overcast and lightly rainy, and the photos were a bit dark, which still could not stop the beautiful scenery. Fine yellow sand, blue sea, white clouds, seagulls soaring, a whale watching group ready to set off. Very recommended.
juki235Hyams Beach is the most beautiful beach in Jervis Bay. The sand here is white, and it looks like the beach is covered with a thick layer of snow. The white sandy beach is in sharp contrast with the blue sea. The scenery is very strange and beautiful. It is definitely a good place to take pictures.
湘阴王离It is quite far from Sydney. The drive will take about three hours. It is said that a tourism project developed by a local Australian, originally there is this tourism project to go out to sea to see dolphins, but it is very small. It was mainly aimed at locals and did not open the market, but the foreigner came to China to find a lot of tourism companies for docking, so now when he travels to Sydney, he often arranges this project. Leaving the hotel early in the morning, there is a shift at around 10:30, so it is usually a 10:30 ferry to catch the boat every departure. Since the dolphin will have a breakfast before noon, he will still be able to see the dolphins at the shallows . There is a wireless network on the ship, but it should be unavailable. I asked their ship crew and he said it had been broken for a long time.
juki235Kangaroo Valley is a very beautiful natural scenic spot in Canberra, Australia. It has magnificent canyon scenery and dense forests. As the name suggests, there are a large number of kangaroos living here. It is a very important tourist attraction in the capital Canberra, and it is worth visiting. .
_m13802969355Self-driving for two and a half days, from Sydney to the south, the main destination Batemans bay for two nights, a relaxing and leisure trip. There is no big scene, but the bays, strange rocks and white sand beaches along the way are all rich gifts from nature to mankind. Also, don’t forget to taste the famous local river oysters.
Specific route: Sydney—Wollongong(sea cliff bridge)—Kiama (Blowhole)—Jervis bay (Hyams Beach)—Batemans bay(Pebbly beach—Surf beach—Broulee beach)—Wallace lake(Camel rock—horse rock)—Australia rock—Central Tilba—Mystery bay—Mogo—Batemans bay—Sydney
juki235Jervis Bay is also a frequent place for dolphins and whales. There are many cruise ships here to watch whales and dolphins. Generally, you can see dolphins in about 20 minutes when you go out to sea. They swim happily around the boat. You can throw some food for them to eat. They are really smart and cute.