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The small town of Stanley is a small fishing village on the south bank of the Bass Strait at the foot of the Acorn Peninsula on the northwest coast of Tasmania. It is an important fishing port rich in lobster, so those who come here must try the local Australia. Long will be surprised to recommend Hursey Seafoods
This is also the end of Tazhou's northwest coastline for self-driving. It is about 400 kilometers from Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, and about 225 kilometers from Launceston, the second largest city in Tasmania.
The small town is quiet and beautiful. I found the best quality air in the world here. Haha. I was shocked to take two deep breaths.
There is the famous Big Nut here. Ascend to the top of the mountain, you can overlook the whole town and the sea. Because the shape resembles Uluru, it is also known as Little Uluru.
Nowadays, tourism has become a pillar industry as important as the fishing industry. What makes the locals more proud is that the only Tasmanian Prime Minister Joseph Lyons was cultivated in this small town of Diudiu.
Stanley is a very beautiful Australian seaside town with very peaceful villages and a famous island called Nut Mountain. He is like a huge platform standing on the sea, looking from a distance like a big nut cake, hence the name.
Mount Stanley, also known as Nut Mountain, is a small island suspended in the sea. This island, formed by the eruption of a volcano, is like a huge battleship floating on the sea. There are people living on the island, and there are some historical relics, of course you can go hiking.
The small town of Stanley, "the lung of the world", the whole town belongs to the nature reserve-a small town with only eight streets. There are the Nut volcanic rocks, the Pacific Ocean, and various gardens. . . The town has more than two hundred residents, several restaurants, an extinct volcano, and only one convenience store. Few Chinese come here to travel
Stanley is 61.5 kilometers away from Wynyard. It is a fishing village on the south bank of Bass Strait. There is an extinct volcano called "The Nut" on the land extending into the sea. It is the most characteristic natural scenery of Tasmania's northwest coastline. From the highway, you can see the symbol of Stanley from a distance-an extinct volcano called the Nut, which is also the most distinctive natural scenery of the northern coastline of Tadao Island. It is known as the most beautiful small village in Australia, with only 600 residents. Perhaps it is because of its isolation, whether it is the town or the seaside, it seems very peaceful. Definitely perfect for vacation. Here you can also go out to see the seals, Stanley seal cruises at the pier, the boat ticket is 49 Australian dollars, and the tour is 1 hour.