Adventure Bay is one of the main towns of Bruny Island in Tasmania, on the eastern side of South Bruny Island. The scenery here is beautiful and the tourists are scarce.
Two Tree Point in Adventure Bay, with two tall banyan trees standing side by side. In the late eighteenth century, Captain Cook brought a accompanying painter to his expedition. There are two trees in his works, which have been calculated for more than 250 years. The entire arc of
Adventure Bay is round like the Gulf of Wine, the beach is gentle, the sea is clear and blue, and the water is not as deep as the calf. There is no other tourist, this landscape is contracted by us, and it is a pleasure to stroll here. Even in midsummer, the temperature is very suitable and will not be exposed to heat. The black swan couple are here to show their love, a group of waterfowl inhabit, basking in the wings, only we share the sunny beach with the birds.
A house on the small slope of the sea caught my eye. The green grass in front of the house and the flowers are blooming. From the terrace of the house, you can see the blue sky and the blue sky. The gull bird soars. I really want to move to this place, this is the ideal scene facing the sea and spring blossoms!