Penguin is a coastal town located in northern Tasmania. Another way of saying penguin town is Penguin. The town has a very cute penguin brand and a children’s playground. Sitting by the beach, a large number of seagulls will come to forage. The town is quiet and beautiful. It was a silver mine excavation site. Now there are many shops and food.
Quiet and comfortable place with few people and beautiful scenery, worth seeing.
I participated in a 1.5-hour tour here, and I was lucky to see a large group of dolphins, they chased our boat and jumped for a long time. The scenery of the island itself is also good, although there are not many penguins, they are too shy and always hide. You must visit the Penguin Pavilion to hear the stories of the penguins.
There are no penguins in Penguin Town, only a big penguin statue. We passed by on the way from Launceston to Stanley. It was the first time we saw the sea in Tasmania. We stopped for lunch and had a rest at the beach.
Although it’s called Penguin Town, it’s not a place to watch penguins. The town’s most famous is the market every Saturday morning. You can go to Taobao.