The English name here is Bay of Islands. If you go for a self-driving tour of the Great Ocean Road, it is easier to find here in the navigation. Strictly speaking, this is no longer the classic route of the Great Ocean Road. Generally, the last stop of the Great Ocean Road is London Bridge. There are still dozens of kilometers away from London Bridge. However, the scenery here is not inferior to any scenic spots on the Great Ocean Road. It is very magnificent and I highly recommend it!
It couldn't be better to come here for a holiday! Cool
Australian locals like it very much, because it not only has spectacular scenery, but also has beaches that can be hydrophilic
Foreign beaches are so beautiful, I want to take pictures
Australia’s most beautiful coastline, at the end of the Great Ocean Road, the Bay of Islands and the Bay of Islands, as the name suggests, there are dozens of islands, large and small, and an island closer to the observation deck is covered with green plants and many seabirds hovering over the green plants. , And hundreds of seabirds live on the island. She is located at the western end of Port Campbell National Park, about 18 kilometers from Port Campbell. This is also the dividing line of the Ocean Route from east to west from the sea to the inland, the end of the Great Ocean Road, the last tourist attraction, but it is one of the most treasured memories in my memory. Feature recommendation: In addition to the Twelve Apostles, the best place to view the stone pillars in the sea is the Bay of Islands. Visitors can admire the gray-white limestone pillars up close, and even the gaps on the surface eroded by rain can be clearly seen. Under the turbulent sea, the islands standing on the shallow waters have gone through the vicissitudes of life, still guarding the bay behind them. This is the most touching sight. At the same time, the strange rocks that are deeply eroded by the sea also constitute the most beautiful scenery. Camera location skills of the Bay of Islands (see the actual photos for details): There are two better locations for shooting the Bay of Islands. One is the large area of green plants along the road when you just parked the car and entered the scenic spots of the Bay of Islands. It is yellowish, but still worth shooting); the other is to find suitable locations on the main viewing platforms to perfectly show the islands and rocks in the shooting frame. Green plants (better yellow in autumn) Shooting skills: It is important to choose clothes when shooting, and the gray and dark colors are the best. You can refer to the actual photos to choose. Bay of Islands: Observation decks set up abroad are generally the best viewing places. As long as you choose the angle patiently, you will be able to shoot what you want. Practical tips: The scenic spots in Great Ocean Road are very windy. It is recommended to keep warm when visiting photos. Ticket price: free. Play time: half an hour. Important advice: When shooting various scenic spots on the Great Ocean Road, including the Bay of Islands, remember not to use close-up shots of people but blur the distant scenic spots. Remember that the characters and the distant sights must be clear enough, that is, f can be adjusted to 7.