xhjjcltThere is not enough time for this self-driving tour, so stay in the west and play carefully next time. I want to say that there is a factory in La Trobe, a small town south of Devonport, that specializes in the production of Belgian chocolate. The factory can see the whole process of chocolate making from the floor-to-ceiling glass, and there is also an exhibition introducing the history of the factory. , Including production molds, packaging and samples in various periods. When you’re tired, there is a dessert shop that offers hot drinks and desserts. From the outside, it’s not too big like a home. The yard is full of flowers. The best thing is their chocolate shop, which sells a variety of homemade chocolates. There is also a free trial. It’s great to eat and buy some gifts for friends or family! There is a sign of nearby attractions on the side of the road from the exit of the parking lot. Very intimate
M49***70I 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.
文旦柚The Cradle Hill is worth a visit but it must take a whole day to get more interesting, this time from the camp at 9am, first to the mural town and then to the Cradle Hill, it was already over 14:00 pm, cloudy day, immediately cold, it was dark, not enough to enjoy
文旦柚The mural town, just by on our way from downtown Launceston to the Cradle Hill, was a place to visit to show the award winning work of the mural competition over the years, and the paintings of Chen Shun were interesting to see, and also the work of Chen Shun
Like the town of Ross, Richmond also gives a feeling of a fairy tale town, a long history, unique natural and human landscape, especially the Richmond Stone Bridge, which is the oldest and still in use stone throughout Australia. Bridge, earlier than the Ross Bridge. The
Richmond Stone Bridge was built in 1823 and was said to have been built by prisoners in the hands of sandbags. It was included in the Australian National Heritage List in 2005. Today, the Richmond Stone Bridge is more like a theme park with natural scenery and human landscape. The bridge can be opened to traffic, and the bridge can pass through the bridge. The whole town spreads around the stone bridge.
The church in the distance is St. John's Church, built in 1836 and is Australia's oldest Catholic church.
There is a historical block on the side of the Richmond Stone Bridge. The buildings have a certain age, some have become relics, some have been transformed into cafes and shops, there is no taste, there are not many tourists, enjoy sitting and basking The sun, drinking coffee, and thinking about the style of life, I feel that I accidentally took myself into the ditch.