It was on the way to Wollongong, overlooking the coastline from the viewing platform on the mountain, when I first saw the Australian sea, it was so blue, so beautiful, really super beautiful. But when I went to Wolonggang twice, I met with a change of sky. The sun was blue at the first moment, and the clouds were blowing at the next moment. I was speechless. This side can also experience parachuting, a bit want to try.
Blue Ocean Road is a highway extending from Sydney to Wolong Gang and the southern part of the country. It is a very popular road for tourists. Here you can see the charming beach of Wolong Gang. It is really picturesque. Don't forget to take a few slices of bread. On the lawn near the lighthouse, there are countless gulls. Just sprinkle a handful of bread crumbs into the air and they can fly around you. Unfortunately, the weather is too dark, otherwise this small white lighthouse will be beautiful under the blue sky.
The name Wolong Gang sounds like a place name in the Marsh of Water in China. But when I got here, I found that English was pronounced in this way. The Chinese translation became Wolong Gang. Wolong, located in southern Sydney, is the third largest city in New South Wales. Wolonggang has 17 beaches, big and small. It's very beautiful. It's a good place for leisure. The key is that the visitors here are sparse and less noisy. No wonder it's called Sydney's back garden.
Wolong Gang, a small seaside town near Sydney, is also because on Sunday, nobody feels on the road. About an hour and forty minutes by train from central. What impresses me most is that the chemist warehouse here is really big and complete. In fact, I like the sea here very much, because there are not only beaches but also rocks. I actually prefer rocks to beaches. It's not easy to dirty shoes. On that day, it was cloudy, and the smell of the sea was heavy. Maybe it would be better if it was sunny, and it could also be used for parachuting.
The main thing is to see a golf course for sale. The scenery is better than Blue Mountain. After all, there is water.