Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. I feel that Hobart’s city centre is the pier area and Salamanca Square. The pier area is composed of many small piers. Brooke Street Pier is one of them. From the outside, you don’t really think it is a pier, a big pier. There are several restaurants inside the glass exterior building. I heard that The Glass House, a very famous high-end restaurant, is located here. An Antarctic scientific research ship is docked next to this wharf building. It stops here every winter and sets out for Antarctic expeditions in summer.
The seaside is very quiet, the sea flows quietly, and the sunset is very spectacular.
[Hobart seaside walk at dusk] Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, is a beautiful port city with a long history. It is Australia's second oldest city after Sydney. Hobart was first discovered by the Dutch Tasman during a sailing expedition in 1642. It became a British colony in 1802. The chief executive at the time was Robert Hobart. Although the city was once named Tasman, it was eventually called Hobart. Compared to the bustling Melbourne, Hobart is simply a quiet city. This small city is built on the sea. In addition to visiting the ancient churches, city halls, banks and other ancient buildings in the city, you must visit Hobart Go to the beach, watch the sailing boats, and eat the most famous food at Hobart's seaside floating restaurant-Fish & Chips. There are not many seaside tourists in Hobart. You can walk along the seaside slowly along Sullivans Cove. In the harbor of Hobart seaside, various yachts are waiting at the pier. The sky is full of white clouds drifting in the wind. The blue sky is reflected on the water, turning into a deep blue, which sets off the whiteness of the yacht. The port is also quiet, without any noise. People at the waterside restaurant are leisurely drinking coffee, eating fish and chips, and basking in the sun. When the sun goes down, it will become more beautiful here, no wonder many tourists will fall in love with this city.
As the saying goes: I am not afraid of not knowing the goods, but most afraid of comparing goods. After tasting all kinds of oysters from different origins, you will find that size is definitely not a criterion for judging the quality of oysters. Tasmania has the best oysters in Australia. The first oyster spot we went to was the seafood restaurant located on the Hobart Wharf. It offers a variety of processed seafood and fish & chips. In addition to oysters, it also There are a variety of fresh seafood. The oysters here are not big, but they are full, and they taste very sweet. Paired with white wine, great! In addition to oysters that are highly recommended, salmon is also a highlight. The salmon meat is delicious and springy, and it is really different from what we usually eat in Guangzhou. Don't think that what we usually eat is salmon, come to taste this, and you will know what is the real thing. The clerk is a very honest young man. The salmon that makes sashimi is stored separately. He thinks that the quality is good enough to make sashimi for you, otherwise he will not recommend you to eat it raw. Australian frozen prawns are also very delicious and the meat is refreshing. There are also various types of seafood & chips, which is also a must-order food for guests. Personally think that the squid ring is particularly delicious. Look for this one, you will not be disappointed.