小蘑菇阿咪Emu Bay Lavender Farm started in February 2001. It was just a small garden planted with five different lavender varieties. The first harvest was in the summer of 2003/04. A total of 1,000 bunches of lavender were harvested. After processing, about 13 kg of dried lavender is produced. Year after year, the farm can now harvest about 8,000 bunches each year and produce 150 kg of dried flowers. The farm was recently expanded in the winter of 2009 and formed its current scale. The existing shops of the Lavender Farm are equipped with product rooms, cafes, and light dining areas to meet the needs of an increasing number of tourists. All the lavender products here are processed on our own farm.
About 3 kilometers to the south of the lavender field of Emu Bay is the Discovery Lagoon camping ground. Discovery Lagoon is a seasonal lake surrounded by sheep, and the scenery there is also very special.
We went to Kangaroo Island by boat from Adelaide. We stayed at the Far Away Escape B&B in Kingscote, Kingscote. We rented a car and went on a self-guided tour of the island for three days and two nights. We had a great time!
优的良仕Then there is Seal Bay. This is the most worthy place to look at Kangaroo Island, because you can observe wild sea lions up close. You read it right. Although it is called Seal Bay, it is actually a sea lion. , But not to mention I don’t see much difference, it should be the same. There are two kinds of tickets, one is to watch by yourself on the plank road, this is cheaper, the other is explained, this is more expensive, I suggest that since it is here, it is better to find an explanation, so that you can get down to the beach. The sea lions are only ten meters away. This is interesting. Otherwise, there is only a viewing platform on the plank road. There are not many sea lions that can be seen. The commentary is 32 dollars for adults and children. Twenty dollars is actually not too expensive. I think it is acceptable. Of course, it is a real pain on the whole. The sea lions are very cute. Looking at various performances, I think the tickets are still worth it.
M48***13Clifford Honey Farm is a very famous specialty shop in Kingscote. The honey products produced here are the most famous in Australia. Donkey-hide gelatin, honey is made into a variety of looks, chocolates and toys, very interesting, very popular with children, and the honey here is all natural, absolutely healthy and worth buying.
绝尘无惑Escape from Kangaroo Island. Yesterday we were still in Kangaroo Island slowly enjoying the life of the locals and the surrounding beauty. When we woke up early in the morning, the sky was breezy with light rain, and the air was filled with a faint smell of burnt, warmhearted The locals came to inform us that the Australian Prime Minister had arrived here last night, and it became very serious overnight. The road leading to the ferry will be blocked. We hurriedly sorted things and drove to the ferry port 60 kilometers away. There was no one on the road, except that there were hungry kangaroos drinking water on the side of the road, only police cars were blocking the road, and they were only allowed to go out. Everyone was very nervous and felt that "the wolf is really here", and finally we returned safely. Adelaide city, there is no danger.
小蘑菇阿咪Cape Willoughby Lighthouse is located at the eastern end of Kangaroo Island. It was the first lighthouse on the island. It was built in 1852. Later, in 1858, Cape Willoughby Lighthouse was built at the northwest end. In 1909, At the southwest end, the Kuaidik Point Lighthouse was built.
Today, these three lighthouses are still working normally. Although the operation of the lighthouse is to prevent shipwreck, it is inevitable that there will be ship crashes on the coastline. Therefore, the shipwreck and lighthouse have become well-known attractions on Kangaroo Island.
The Willoughby Point Lighthouse is built on a cliff on the eastern coast of Kangaroo Island. It is located in the Willoughby Point Conservation Park. As it is not the most popular attraction on the island, it is relatively inaccessible.
In the historic lighthouse area of Willoughby Point, in addition to visiting the museum with rich nautical history at the visitor center, you can also visit the lighthouse. You can also spend an hour, walk 1.9 kilometers, and browse several ruins to learn about the time. The solitary lifestyle of the lighthouse keeper and his family. Of course, if you are interested, you can spend the night in the renovated Willoughby Point Lighthouse Keeper's Lodge, resting on the waves of the Southern Ocean and enjoying the breathtaking panoramic sea and sky. From here, you can enjoy the Backstairs Passage on the east side of the island and the stretch of coastline of Kangaroo Island.
We stayed on Kangaroo Island for three days and two nights. I rented a car after getting on the island and stayed at the Far Away Escape B&B in Kingscote. On the first day, I went to Willoughby Point Conservation Park and the Las Americas; the next day, we set off from Seal Bay, then the Little Sahara Desert, Breeze Bay, Hansen Bay, all the way to Flinders Chase National Park; third I went to Kingscote, Emu Bay Lavender Fields, and the Pan Nishaw area, and had a great time!
Figure 1-2: Willoughby Point Lighthouse and Lighthouse Keeper's Cabin;
Figure 3-6: Willoughby Point Lighthouse from different angles;
Figure 7: Introduction to different gameplay of Willoughby Point Lighthouse;
Figure 8: Brief introduction of shipwrecks and shipwreck tracks on the coastline of Kangaroo Island;
Figure 9: Hiking route map around Willoughby Point Lighthouse;
Figure 10-13: The coastline on the north side of Willoughby Point Lighthouse;
Figure 14-15: The cliffs of Willoughby Point on the south side of the lighthouse.
M48***13Paul's Wildlife Sanctuary is a famous wildlife park on Kangaroo Island. Many Australian animals live here, such as kangaroos, alpacas and koalas. The natural environment here is very beautiful. Not only has abundant wild animal resources, but also has gorgeous natural scenery, which is definitely worth visiting.
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.