The Arthur River is located in the westernmost part of Tasmania. The whole town is sparsely populated. Everyone is surrounded by mountains and rivers and works in peace of mind. Driving from Strahan, you need to take a ferry to get a short distance, otherwise you will have to walk an extra 100 kilometers to get there. The town is quiet and beautiful, with the edge of the wotld, it is a beautiful place to watch the sunset.
There is a stele here, which means the end of the world. Very remote, you can take pictures of spectacular sea views.
Arthur River Town-The Edge of The World [The Edge of The World] The Arthur River Town in Tasmania is the most unforgettable place in my trip. It faces the sea and The river Arthur of the same name flows here, coupled with sparsely populated, remote location, so it is also called "the edge of the world". 【Visit Arthur River Town】Walking in Arthur River Town, I can feel the sea breeze blowing from the sea, and the salty taste of the sea, but it’s not repulsive. On the contrary, I feel that the environment here is very Harmony makes people feel comfortable. The entire Arthur River Town is sparsely populated. I will not see a constant stream of people in the town. All the residents work in peace of mind. They will also greet me friendly when they see me, which makes me feel very kind. To the southeast of Arthur River Town, there is a large area. This is Australia’s largest temperate rain forest "Takine". Arthur River Town is also an entrance to Takane. I didn't go deep into the rain either, because I was afraid I would lose my way, so I probably looked around and turned back to Arthur River Town. [Small town sunset] Arthur River Town is a beautiful place to enjoy the sunset. At sunset, the sky here has also become a gradual color, colorful and beautiful. The gradient from gold to pink is extraordinarily gentle, making Arthur River Town also looked soft. I found a place to sit down and watch the sunset and spend the last time.
It is no exaggeration that the painting master's handwriting says that nature is that magical brush. The color of each scenery can always be adjusted so brilliantly in its hands. When I came to Arthur River Town in Tasmania and looked at the blue water of the lake and the emerald green of the forest, you felt the soft beauty. Bright stars: Arthur River Town is also called "the edge of the world" by the locals. This is also the entrance to the temperate rainforest Ta Kane. In addition to the green nature here, the colors of the buildings in the town also make my eyes shine. In the lake blue and emerald green, the white buildings are like bright stars falling into the world. Monet's painting method: I, who like European architecture, are also feasting my eyes here. There are a few gray bricks occasionally dotted with white bricks. I don't know if the builders did it deliberately or unintentionally. They are in harmony in the mess. It's a bit like the painting method by the oil painter Monet. There is a large field of lavender flowers next to the small town. The lavender shows a large area of purple, which completely obscures other colors. It makes me feel the creation of things by an aesthetic romanticist. Reminder: The town is free and open for those who like to paint. In addition to the color matching, the natural scenery sketching here is great. If you have enough time, you can stay in the town for a few more days, and the surrounding scenery is also good.
One of the oldest towns in Tasmania. It used to be a place where prisoners were held. There is a prison above it. Now it has become a museum and is well worth a visit.