Punch Sydney's small attractions: Lavender Bay!
is located in Lavender Bay on the lower north bank of Sydney and was named Sydney's most liveable city!
This quiet port, south is the Inner Harbour Bridge, so it has become a resort to watch the fireworks. North of the North Shore commercial town of North Sydney, attracting many professionals to move here and enjoy a more green living environment. 40% of them earn more than 3,000 Australian dollars a week!
Because of the niche, there are not many people coming here. The pink dock is very twilight at dusk, especially delicious! Quietly enjoying the time before sunset, perhaps one of the most romantic things in the city!
The Lavender Marina is surrounded by Secret Garden and Moon Park. The latter is free to enter and is one of Vivid Sydney's shows! The scenery after the night falls is fascinating!
Transportation: It is recommended to take the ferry under Milson Point and walk along the pier to capture the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge before sunset!
Kingscote is the largest town on Kangaroo Island. It is located in the middle of Kangaroo Island. There are supermarkets, restaurants, and various shops. The hotel also has the most choices. Generally, if you are on a 2-day tour, you will usually stay here.
King Scott is a harbour town with beautiful scenery. There are also small penguins settled like Penny Shaw.
The most famous animals here are the bigmouth bass, which is close to the dock and there are hundreds of them. Every night at 5 o'clock, an old man will hold a few barrels of small fish to organize a feeding show at the dock. It will last about 10 minutes, and those of us have long been used to this time, waiting there early in the queue. It is.
Sitting in the auditorium and watching the sly and seagulls grab the fish from the grandfather's hands and the scene is quite shocking.