带着Cici看世界Tasmania Zoo is located northwest of Launceston, about a 20-minute drive away, where you can see unique animals such as Tasmanian Tasmanian devil and wombat. The zoo has time to feed the Tasmanian devil and the little penguin, which are 10:30, 13:00, 15:30 and two at 10:00 and 16:00 respectively.
The wombat unique to Ta Island is absolutely cute! The breeder here will provide a very detailed introduction, and will let you touch and accept any questions. There is also the Tasmanian devil, also known as the Tasmanian Devil, Devil, the only unextinct member of the Tasmanian genus, and the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world. It is similar to a puppy, but has strong muscles. , Very strong. The little devil is known for his brutal eating and shuddering calls, but in fact, the Lun family is also cute and cute! Very suitable for taking children to visit.
带着Cici看世界Located in Beauty Point, it is the world's first seahorse farm open to the public! The staff introduced the breeding process of the seahorse in great detail! You can also see a lot of big belly seahorses, which is very interesting!
幡多郡齐桓公[view] Beautiful plus leisure [fun] Free swimming and bath [price/performance] Cable car 13 AU one way, 16 AUD back and forth. One way is enough, as the other is a must see in most of the Raiders, and this attraction is not recommended to visit Launceston, but to go to the Cradle Hills, Wine Cup Bay, Flame Bay, etc. In fact, this hidden attraction can be played for a day, because there are many tracks, there are few hours in the distance from the trip to Launceston. It is near the city, there are mountains and water, and there are walking tours and lookout to park the car first. If you want to swim, bring a swimsuit, a child needs adults to watch. There is a place to take a bath in the toilet, very convenient and then take the cable car, the water is clear and the mountains are beautiful, the rocks are beautiful, the road to reach can be reached with branches, the artistic landscape is unusual to the opposite shore, we came to see kangaroos and peacocks, beautiful and then walked through some lookout, that is, the viewing attraction, Adequate time, can come a few hours to go on the bridge. All in the mountains, even hot days are very refreshing. "From this direction, the view is taken, through the pool and the viewing houses on the hill opposite the trees, and after a special touch, you can go up and down the bridge, and look down at the views, the rivers, the birds, and the tourists pointing out on the bridge." Don't return after talking to each other about passing the bridge. There is a hike next to the cliff. There are many observation spots behind. If the time is short, you can go not long to enjoy the advice: Parent-child tour can come all day, parking for all day is 6 AUD. Swimming first, or finally coming back to swim. Girls prepare sunscreen hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen
杨昊鑫Launceston is located in the northern part of Tasmania, Australia. It is a small international city located at the mouth of the river. It is one of the few cities in the world surrounded by canyons. It is the third oldest city in Australia, with a large number of historical buildings and landscapes. It is famous for its excellent local products and food. The quaint streets are full of exquisite English-style old buildings, strolling through them, it is as if you are in medieval Europe, England.
带着Cici看世界Platypus House Platypus House, right next to the seahorse breeding farm, you can also see echidnas, mysterious platypus and echidnas, just like the Tasmanian devil are unique animals in Australia. The staff introduced the platypus in great detail. In fact, there were only a few platypuses, and I finished watching them in a while, but the staff had been explaining vividly for twenty minutes. I found that in domestic zoos, we just go to see animals, while abroad, they are really committed to popularizing knowledge, let everyone know about animals as much as possible, like animals, so as to protect them! It's really awesome!
Here you can also see the cute echidna, one of the mascots of the Sydney Olympics! The staff deliberately put the food in front of the child and encouraged the child to touch the "needles" on his body. The daughter said that it was actually not very hard or piercing.