One of the most anticipated dreams in the southern hemisphere: watching the world’s smallest blue penguin return to the nest. From emerging to the sea, jumping on the rocks, staggering across the beach, and finally returning to the cave in the sand dunes with a timid stomach full of food, feeding the baby penguins. This spectacular event is more shocking and more original than the naive penguin walks at Asahiyama Zoo in Hokkaido.
The scenery of Tasmania, Australia is one step at a time. Self-driving on the road is basically free of attractions, especially along the coastline, various cliffs, various towers, various beautiful beaches and waves, especially suitable for surfing, and often at night. Seeing the little penguin is worth savoring.
Launceston’s Bow Point Lighthouse is the entrance of the Marta River into the Bass Strait. It is close to the outer circle of Antarctica, so it is also the best place to watch penguins. But some need to be seen at night to see.
The lighthouse is used to guide the ships passing by. It is a famous lighthouse in the local area. The surrounding area is empty and quiet. It is a good choice to watch the sea in a daze.
I really like it here, the blue ocean is very relaxing