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What is the experience of driving a motorhome to Australia?

What is the experience of driving a motorhome to Australia?

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 With two kids and a large family, I rented an RV in Australia (15th road round Australia), and bravely completed the parent-child self-driving tour of Australia.

 There was a lot of laughter and laughter along the way, and a lot of confusion.

 After her return, she carefully wrote down all of the memories of this Australian self-driving tour in celebration of the trip.

 I hope that after a long time, the whole family can still remember the scent of the sun and the cool breeze.

 We are now broadcasting her journey to Australia fully, hoping to give you the same courage to see the world, and the courage not to stop.

 The first time I saw someone travel in a motorhome was in Lake Tekapo, New Zealand (New Zealand 14-day Tourist Route)

 A blonde and blue fanatic couple made two cups of coffee in an RV and reclined on the blue lake to watch the scene.

 At that moment, I felt romantic!

 I dream one day, I can also take an RV trip.

 But before the romantic journey of the two-person world, Dabao Zhima and Erbao Manni come out.

 But there is still a dream, what if one day it comes true?

 I remember when I wrote the first travel diary for Dabao Zima, I mentioned that I wanted to take him in an RV for an unforgettable parent-child trip in Australia.

 This time, I finally realized my little dream and traveled to Australia in a motorhome.

 Take a big 3-year-old and another 9-month-old treasure on a fun journey!

 So the question is, how can we arrange an enjoyable, non-tiring, and particularly interesting trip between parent and child?

 Of course, do well a few months ago.

 The beautiful picture in my mind when executing the strategy is:

 We live in an RV with two kids, and we slept under the stars, in the woods, by the sea

 We move away from the crowds to find the secret garden in our hearts

 We eat when we want, sleep when we want to sleep, and park when we want to stand

 We are fully integrated in the bosom of nature

 We don't have to pack our bags every day and change our accommodation reservation, and we don't have to worry about check-in and check-out time

 We are free like the wind

 In fact, our RV trip is actually the same as the wind trip, it is not only very free but also chaotic.  .  .

 This trip tells me that no matter how good the strategy, I will still be a mess when driving an RV with my child.

 But precisely because of her own experience, she makes us unforgettable. Because many beautiful pictures were recorded, I finally got a great great RV of my dreams,

 I saw the blue coral sea in Jai Chu’s words. More important than the beautiful landscape, we experienced several meaningful things during this trip: Dabao Chima spent his third birthday in Townsville!

 Xiao Bao Mane was raised by her father high on Noosa Beach and she has fallen in love with the sea ever since.

 My mother-in-law took a seaplane on the Whitsunday Islands and saw the heart-shaped coral I had always longed for.

 My mom completed her first dive into the Great Barrier Reef.

 My husband and I took a hot balloon in Cairns and fulfilled one of my little wishes;

 Dabao Zhizhi and Xiaobao Manni finally saw kangaroos and koalas in the story book.

 Koala waited half an hour without moving.

 The most interesting thing is I got my best friends and family to walk with us, two RVs, and three kids, so cool!

 The three children took pictures in a roadside café to commemorate.

 The big sweetheart and the little girlfriend unite, the expressions of the two girlfriends coincide.

 Mothers of Sa Hoaner II.

 At first, I didn't use the RV's gas stoves, and I prepared an extra meal for the kids for two hours, which made Manny feel hungry.

 My husband couldn't find a parking place in the scenic area, he wandered around for about an hour, we were all tired of playing and he just got there.

 I take a bath in the public bath of the RV camp every night, and after washing Dabao wash the second treasure, and wash off the second treasure, I have no time to watch the starry sky.  (I met a good sister who brought my younger brother to take a bath in the public restroom, and she was crying with envy)

 Every day before going to bed, at the campground where grass and mosquitoes fly, the whole family will repel mosquitoes in full spirit.

 On the day I drove 500 km, I was hungry and tired, and when I ate a seafood meal, Fish Dauphine, everyone went crazy.

 Autocrat chief executives who never do housework and never touch Yang Chunshui receive water and electricity every day to turn the toilet, drive a large caravan for thousands of miles, and also help take care of the child, and praise the indomitable parents!

 Looking back now, it was these beautiful, embarrassing, and interesting moments that made this journey unforgettable, making me eager to record and share with fun and interesting moms!

 Taking a child on an RV is a very special and wonderful experience.  I really hope these future bear babies say: Oh, you were so cool as a kid!

 Why would you choose to travel in Australia?

 This time I chose to travel in a mobile home, and the beautiful image I envisioned was the deciding factor.  Dabao is 3 years old and Xiaobao is 9 months old. Living in a mobile home allows children to fully appreciate the joy of living in nature and saves the trouble of packing their belongings every day.

 As for your reason for choosing Australia, it is determined by vacation time.  From the end of April to the beginning of May, our public holiday in addition to the annual vacation is exactly half a month.  Countries suitable for RV travel include the United States (the United States on the 9th Tourist Route), Canada (Canada on the 12th Tourist Route), the United Kingdom (the United Kingdom on the 11th Tourist Route), and Australia and New Zealand.  The temperature in Australia during this period is the most appropriate, it is very comfortable, whether it is hot or cold, especially in Queensland, where the temperature exceeds 25 degrees, and the sun is very suitable for children of 9 months.

 Moms should know that changing diapers in a cool place is really a headache.  Layering on and taking off layer by layer is not only annoying but also worries about whether the baby will get sick.  When I took Dabao to see aurora, I had a profound experience.  The temperature is very important.  So one of the most important factors in determining the method of travel and the destination is actually a diaper :)

 About choosing an RV

 The Australian RV rental company has two main companies: Apollo Apollo and THL.

 Apollo is one of the largest car rental companies in the Southern Hemisphere.  Pick-up and drop-off locations are located throughout Australia and New Zealand.  Models include campers, RVs, four-wheel drive campers, and sedans.  Apollo recreational vehicles can be seen everywhere in Australia.

 THL is a great RV kit.  Its RV subsidiaries include Maui, Kea (high-end), Britz (mid-to-high-end) and Mighty (mid-to-low).  There are also many car models available from different RV companies.  Basically, the RVs of these two big companies can cater to everyone.

 Each RV provides many types of RVs, from vans suitable for two to luxury six-berth RVs, and this can be determined according to the number of passengers and the budget.

 The smaller the RV, the simpler the facility, the lower the price.  These simple bed buggies and gas stoves are also very popular, because they are small and easy to drive, so they can go more places and get close to nature.  Additionally, the Australian RV facilities are very complete so even if there is no bathroom this is inconvenient.  Cooking in a camp shared kitchen can also make more friends, so it's very suitable for youngsters.

 RVs can accommodate 4 and 6 people in a larger area, with double beds on the roof, and the dining area can also be folded into a double bed.  There is also a kitchen, bathroom, TV, refrigerator and other equipment in the caravan, which is especially suitable for families with children.

 There is also an SUV + trailer. In Australia, many foreigners and families use this type of RV.  After they live in the RV camp, they drive the SUV to the vicinity and play for a few days before towing the RV to the next area.  the target place.  I feel this method is the most scientific and the funnest.

 My family had 4 adults and 2 kids on this trip, so I rented a six-person RV from KEA.  The KEA caravan is relatively new as a whole, the interior facilities are complete, the beds are particularly clean, the kitchen, air conditioning, water and electricity are all very useful.  The only downside is that it is a bit crowded with 6 people.  A family of four lives in this model very spacious, and the twin bed on the roof is used for luggage.

 About choosing Australian car routes -

 Australia's classic RV travel routes:

 Start in Melbourne and follow the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide.

 Taking into account the weather in Australia in May, the warmest place is definitely the north.  The closer to the equator the warmer it is, so we chose the third route, where we chose the RV from Brisbane, all the way north, passing through the Great Barrier Reef, and finally in Cairns.  Car.

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Tourism Route Dedicated to National Day in Australia .

 Tourism Route Dedicated to National Day in Australia: 

Catch koalas and eat oysters.

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 11 Golden Week, a holiday people love and hate.  I love it because it's the longest statutory holiday of the year;  I hate it because it makes all the attractions crowded.  Even sparsely populated Australia (Australia's 12-day Tourist Route) cannot reach the strength of Golden Week - accommodations on Hamilton Island at the Great Barrier Reef are booked on behalf of the reservation.  Rooms are booked on National Day half a year in advance.

 If you don't want to squeeze out Sydney and Melbourne with your aunt, you can also follow the Great Ocean Road westward to a state with few tourists.  There is one of Australia's most livable cities, the softest glass of Australian wine, and one of Australia's fattest.  Lobster and sea lion are waiting for you.

 Stop jihad with the silly question "Is it okay to travel to Australia in October?"

 In order to let friends go to Australia to do new tricks, Wuer Journey has carefully prepared a free travel route in South Australia to help you conquer South Australia beyond your imagination!

 - Specific Itinerary -

 First day Adelaide

 Your trip to South Australia begins in Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, the fifth most liveable city in the world, and the second cleanest city in the world.  Compared to Sydney and Melbourne, Adelaide is not as well known.  For this reason, Adelaide has kept a rare and calm simplicity, and people here are very friendly.

 Just as you should go to Tiananmen Square when you come to Beijing, you should also go to the city center when you go to Adelaide. Victoria Square, the fountain on the square designed by famous sculptor John Doi of the Three Rivers that flow through South Australia is impressive.

 Naturally you should not be interested in the square, and the central market next to the square is the focus.  Known as the 'Heart of Adelaide', this market dates back 140 years, and there are more than 250 stalls in the market offering rich local produce.

 After entering the market, throw your cheeks away, "Walk, Eat, Shop, All ...", just spin to infinity.  Fruit, cheese, kangaroo meat, honey, seafood ... if you can't eat them, find a cafe to sit down and chat with the owner.

 But you still have to control yourself a little, because then you'll visit Penfolds Magill Manor and have lunch here.  The winery is only 15 minutes drive from town and transportation is very convenient.

 Penfolds Magill Estate is the birthplace of the Penfolds brand, and their Granch wines are world famous.  After tasting a variety of wines, choose one bottle for lunch, and buy two additional bottles for dinner.  But remember, don't drink while you're driving, and don't drive while you're drinking.

 If you're a literary youngster, the focus of an afternoon is North Street Adelaide.

 On either side of this street are the State Library, State Museum, State Gallery of Art and the University of Adelaide, which is where the spirit of the Adelaide book is concentrated.  This route is a series of museums, churches, and sculptures, as well as the history of Australia, a country of immigrants.

 If you prefer landscapes, then head to Glenelg Beach earlier.

 Glenell Beach doesn't have a variety of hula dances, but just a family, dog, fishing rod, group of greedy seagulls, and dusk blown by the sea breeze.

 International students call Adelaide a "village".  Firstly, due to the small size of the city, you can drive anywhere in the city within 20 minutes, and secondly, there is no nightlife in Adelaide and there are no places for dinner.  Easy to find.

 However, during its eleventh period, Adelaide will host the annual Australia-Asia Arts Festival.

 The artistic festival aims to show the artistic development and social expectations of Asian countries, and every year, different countries are the subjects, but the most popular moon lantern festival is the correct Chinese style.  This year's Moon Lantern Festival takes place on the evening of October 1.  In addition to the light show, there will also be a night market that brings together Asian food, which is the equivalent of the Mid-Autumn Festival ahead of schedule.

 Day Two Barossa - Adelaide Hills

 On the second day of traveling in Australia, it is advised to drink and eat meat and not to drive, as the destination on this day is Barossa, the most famous wine-producing region in Australia.

 First stop in the morning is Penfolds Winery.  This winery has the same origin as Penfolds Magill Estate and is also one of the largest wineries in the Barossa area.

 The most interesting project in a winery is blending wine.  You can also mix different wines according to your own taste in terms of acidity, sweetness, and fruity to create a red wine that bears your name.  This bottle of red wine, unique in the world, can penetrate into the sky, whether it is a gift or a self-drink.

 Jack is one of the three largest wine brands in Australia with the same reputation as Penfolds and owns the largest vineyard in Barossa.  Enjoy stunning views of the vineyards while having lunch at the Jacques Visitor Center.  In the glass there is high-quality wines from Jack, in front of you the rest of the grove smells of grapes, unaware, slightly reeling.

 In the afternoon, go to Chateau Sharpe, pick a bottle of wine of your age, and see if this bottle of wine can hold your story.  It's hard to say it all, and drink it all, regardless of whether it's a bit of a drift or a cup of wind and snow.

 Finally comes the German village of Händorf (Germany 5 tours), the oldest German immigrant in Australia, with a history of more than 170 years.  Buildings in the city still retain the Prussian style from a hundred years ago, which allows you to immediately travel to Germany from a hundred years ago.  In a German cuckoo clock collection store, craft store, and candle store, you can definitely pick up a souvenir of your choice.

 When you arrive in the German village of Händorf, you must not miss this authentic German pork meal.  Pork joints, sausages, and beer ... Leave weight loss aside first, then talk about the five internal organs in the structure.

 After drinking and eating, it was getting late.  Don't rush to book town accommodations, with a little wine, opt for a small courtyard in the mountains and spend the night in the Adelaide Hills.  If there is a mountain breeze in the house, then how fast is this wind!

 Day 3: Adelaide Hills> Adelaide> Port Lincoln

 There are rumors that only Queensland in Australia allow koalas.  That's ridiculous, South Australia can also hold koalas!  At Clayland Wildlife Park or Canyon Wildlife Park in Adelaide Hills, you can also cuddle up with koalas without leaving

 Of course, cute pets in Australia are a lot more than these.  In these two safari parks you can personally feed kangaroo national kangaroo and emu on the national emblem of Australia.  You can also meet Tasmanian "Little Devil" from Tasmania, sincere wombats, and many rare class birds.  These cute animals are a super magic weapon for calming down bear children.

 The National Automobile Museum in Adelaide Hills is also worth a visit, with the largest and most important collection of cars in Australia and it is also one of the best auto museums in the world.  Australian history has seen more than 400 cars of all ages, among them all the most famous classic cars.

 After visiting the Automobile Museum, set off to travel to a seafood connoisseur's paradise - the Eyre Peninsula, and embark on a journey full of action and seafood.

 Day 4: Port Lincoln

 Known as the 'food paradise' of the South Australian Eyre Peninsula, 65% of Australian seafood is served, and Port Lincoln is the most popular fishing port on the Eyre Peninsula.  Rock crab, abalone, bluefin tuna, oysters ... every one when the food is here, will totally immerse themselves in their soul.

 When you arrive in Port Lincoln, don't rush to eat, first go to Flinders Port Terminal to experience the busyness and finesse of the largest grain export terminal in South Australia.  The giant Panama-class cargo ship was loaded with grains, sardines, tuna and chemical fertilizers and then set sail for a long voyage.

 The yachting marina is the focus of attention today, as it is the port of call for the largest fishing fleet in Australia.  It's not very interesting to just watch other people fish.  If you want to feel the excitement of fishing, then you should take part in the activities of The Fresh Fish Place, which is a seafood factory.  In addition to seeing seafood, you can also buy lobster, cod George, snapper, lobster, and kingfish.  Shrimp, bluefin tuna is enough to satisfy every hungry.

 Port Lincoln isn't just seafood, Michira Station is one of the few places in Australia where you can see wild koalas.  The eucalyptus tree full of koalas is not a landscape everyone can see.

 In Port Lincoln, eating is a big deal, and for no other reason, there is a lot of food.  For example, after visiting the western abalone plant in the afternoon, and seeing abalone smack, who can hold back the flowing saliva?

 Day 5 Port Lincoln

 On the fifth day of my Australia trip, I went to Coffin Bay National Park to see a large expanse of calm sea.

 Located only 45 kilometers from Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay National Park is known for its ancient granite cliffs, limestone and sandstone, and long white sand-covered beaches.  The white sandy beaches of Cofin Bay are very beautiful and there are few tourists, and white sand is spread along the coast, and the beauty of the sea and the sky can only be felt by seeing it with your own eyes.

 And when you're driving offshore, it's another sight, bushes strewn high and low, making you mistakenly think you are crossing the pristine region of Africa.  When you drive here, you will see a kangaroo walking along the coast or between heaven and earth, and at the corner of the road, you may see emu crossing the road with a child.

 If you thought just watching the sea is boring, do it yourself and catch some Australian salmon on Almunta Beach.  It doesn't matter whether the fish is good or not, Coffin Bay's signature seafood is not salmon.

 Due to their superior geographical position, the oysters produced in Coven Bay are among the highest in the world.  After visiting the oyster farm and seeing the whole life of the oysters, it is a good idea to have a feast of oysters.  Ditch the flavor of fresh oysters, and return to the tip of the tongue with a sweet touch, your trip to Covent Bay is finally done.

 Day 6: Port Lincoln> Adelaide

 On the last day of the voyage, I went out to sea to search for mammals that had been lost for tens of millions of years.  In Bird Bay, sea lions and dolphins are especially close to humans.  When you jump into the sea, you'll always be swimming curious sea lions and dolphins around you.

 However, Bird Bay is some distance from Port Lincoln, and if itinerary is not allowed, I fear it will only disappoint sea lions and dolphins.

 If time permits, you can also take part in scuba diving with great white sharks here.  When the shark saw shivering mammals in the iron cage, 80% thought, what is this?  It looks a bit like a sea lion.  Can you eat it  good taste?  Forget it, it looks hard to digest, and I'll eat fish.

 After experiencing the cutest pet, food, food and beauty of South Australia, it was time to set out on the way home.  Does this specialist Australian free travel route feel so great?

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Recommended for the top six beaches in Australia .

 Recommended for the top six beaches in Australia .

there are always beaches to suit your heart!

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 There are more than 10,000 beaches on the Australian coast, 90% of Australia's population is said to live by the sea, and it can be said that Australians love the sea to the extreme.  Every beach in Australia has its own characteristics and it is a good place to enjoy the beach and surfing.  Today we'll introduce the six best beaches in Australia that are worth a visit.  If you want to travel to Europe, hurry up and collect them.  Let's play, surf, and take a vacation!

 1. Bells Beach

 Location: Melbourne

 The beach in Victoria is located 100 kilometers from Melbourne, the first viewpoint on the Great Ocean Road and located in Torquary.

 From afar, it doesn't look like a beach, but the blue waters, parallel to the sky and mixed with it, make it hard to tell if the blue is the sky or the sea.  Meanwhile, the beautiful scenery of Bills Beach makes it a favorite location for many filmmakers.  Hollywood movies like "Breaking Point" and "Canon Beach" were shot here.

 Bells Beach has steep terrain and beautiful scenery, but the waves are very gentle, so it has become a surfers' paradise and one of Australia's most popular tourist attractions.  Since 1962, the Easter Week surfing competition held here every year has made this beach full of surfing magic.  Whether you watch the scenery or go surfing, Bells Beach will not disappoint you.

 If you come to the beach during Easter, the Rip Curl (Rip Curl Easter Pro) will take place on the beach.  During this period, waves can reach 5 meters in length.  During the two days of the competition, Australia will stage some of its most famous music shows.  , Which often draws thousands of spectators crowding the cliff to enjoy the show.  If you don't come during Easter, surf festivals are held here throughout the summer.  Triathlon races are also held in Australia strong (Australian strong triathlon) and High Tide Festival (High Tide Festival) in February every year.  Great opportunity for Australians to live!

 2. Bondi Beach

 Location: Sydney

 Bondi Beach is the most famous beach in Australia and one of the most famous in the world.  Bondi Beach is a kilometer long, and although it is only a small beach in Binhai, it is the most historic surfing center in Australia and a traditional surfing training base in Australia.  On summer weekends there are many surfing activities, athletes take turns performing, there are popular activities, art galleries, etc.

 The name Bondi Beach comes from the original Bondi language, which means the sound of sea waves hitting the shore.  Life at the beach is very relaxing, and on a sunny day, many Sydneys gather to enjoy the sunshine at Bondi Beach.  Bondi Beach, like other beaches in Sydney, has large waves and is not suitable for swimming, as most tourists lie on the beach in the sun or surf.

 It is undoubtedly great to lie on the beach and watch people surf the sea and the hot beauty in bikinis on the beach.  Watch the muscular Australian boy surfing the sea on a skateboard, if you can't stand it if you are keen to try you may also find a local surf coach to take you to experience the most exciting entertainment at sea.

 If you feel surfing is too exciting to control, you can also choose to go to Bondi Iceberg, a distinctive outdoor pool on Bondi Beach, to experience the feeling of swimming in the sea and the beauty of the sea and sky at close range.  If you're tired of playing games, you can sample fresh milk ice cream in the gorgeous and elegant Bondi Suite built in the 1920s, watch the lifeguards at Bondi Beach perform life-saving performances, and even participate in person.  At sunset, you can admire the mesmerizing sky reddened by the sunset while enjoying the tempting food of the many restaurants on Bondi Beach; arguably the perfect and most perfect experience on the beach!

 3. Adelaide Glenelg Beach

 Location: Adelaide

 Glenelg Beach is Adelaide's best developed beach and most popular suburban beach.  The beach is easily accessible and it takes over 20 minutes by tram from Adelaide.

 Glenelg has a beautiful coastline, soft white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and beautiful sunsets.  The beach offers comfortable dining facilities and safety services, as well as a wide range of recreational activities, where people can surf, dive, play on the sand, listen to music, and watch sunrise and sunset.

 If you want to lengthen and stretch your body, you can take a "sailing" raft and swim with the dolphins.  Those interested in local history can also visit Glenelg Town Hall, located on the shore, where many European settlers appear after their first landing on the migrant ship "Buffalo" in 1836.

 Want to get close to dolphins?  You can apply for a group to participate in Temptation Sailing's Dolphin Swim program, which offers programs like swimming with dolphins and watching dolphins up close. You can register online, and the cost ranges from 100 yuan to 500 yuan or 600 yuan.

 Friends who love marine sports can consider surfing or scuba diving, there are surf spots on the beach, where you can feel the sunshine and refreshing waves, and enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the coral reefs.  If you just want to be a beautiful and calm man / woman no problem, Glenelg Beach has soft white sand, clear blue water and beautiful sunsets, satisfying all your dreams about the sea.  If you get tired of playing games, there are tons of bars, cafes and restaurants on the beach.

 There are several great restaurants, such as Sammy's On The Marina that specializes in seafood, Zucca with a Greek feel, and Oyster Bar, which is famous for its oyster eaters.  We can order a meal of fish, chips and seafood, you can sit on the beach and watch the sunset.  Glenelg often hosts many interesting activities, such as volleyball tournaments, New Year's Eve parties and fireworks.

 In addition, the Beach House's gaming facilities, leisure activities, and high-speed waterslides are also a favorite with family tourists.  If you are traveling with your baby, why not go and try it!

 4. Manly Beach

 Location: Sydney

 Manly Beach is located in the northeast of Sydney Harbor, its pier is located in the Inner Harbor but the beach is on the open sea and is the South Pacific Ocean.  This is yet another surfing resort in NSW.  The sandy beach of Manly Beach is very wide, about 2.5 kilometers long, and it can accommodate tens of thousands of people to relax in sunbathing, so there are a lot of people here on holidays.

 Although Manly Beach is nothing special compared to thousands of beaches in the world, it is definitely a good place to rest, sunbathe and watch the scenery!  Here you just have to sit on the beach and blow the wind, look out at the sea, or hop in a beautiful bikini and swim in the crystal clear waters.

  However, the most anticipated thing is probably the boat from Circular Quay to the shore in the process, you can see the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House from a distance, as it looks especially beautiful against the blue waves!

 5. Holloways Beach

 Location: Cairns

 Holloways Beach is the beach north of Cairns, 8 kilometers from Cairns.  The confluence of river and sea here is a fishing paradise, the sea is clear and blue, and you can see many sea fish!  The most important thing is that you can make a bonfire at night and see the Milky Way every night!  In the evening after sunset on the beach of Holloways, beside the hot fire, the sea breeze blows, the Milky Way gazes calmly, and the romantic feeling will never be forgotten!

 6. Lorne Beach

 Location: Lorne

 Fresh air, white sandy beaches, art pavement, excellent location, and relaxing therapeutic atmospheres have made Lorne an excellent vacation destination for a century.  The most famous of these is Lorne Beach. In summer, many locals swim, surf, sunbathe and many people fish at the mouth of the Erskine River.  There are also several barbecue grills near the beach, and on summer evenings the weather is favorable, and many people buy fresh fillets of fish from the seafood store on the main street and take them to the barbecue here.

 The annual swimming competition for 1000 people is also held here, the scenery is amazing, brave people go surfing, the bikinis that come and go are also beautiful landscapes.

 Well, do so many beautiful and romantic beaches in Australia lure you?  Surfing, fire party, swimming contest, watching starry sky, milky way ... all is the best beach experience.  If you want to come to Australia to enjoy the best beaches, you are welcome to consult a customized excursion with No Two Journey ~ Gaze out over the wonderful coastal scenery of Australia, close contact with koalas, visit cultural landscapes, visit well-known universities ...

 Enjoy self-driving on the Great Ocean Road, and take in the wonderful coastal scenery of Australia

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What do I do when I travel to Australia for the first time?

 What do I do when I travel to Australia for the first time?

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 There are so many countries in the world, why did you choose to travel to Australia?

 Is it because you want to go to Sydney, see the petal-like roof of the Sydney Opera House, and see the pages of white sails in Sydney Harbor?  Or think of Brisbane, kissing your favorite at the highest point of the Ferris wheel, releasing artistic youth in your heart at the Queensland Museum of Modern Art?

 Is it because you want to go to the Gold Coast, turn into a "tidal man" on a skateboard to conquer the waves, and collapse into a soft "lazy man" under an umbrella?  Or do you want to take a boat to the Great Barrier Reef to see the most amazing natural wonders on the planet, to see Nemo, a small fish looming over the overhanging coral reef?

 Is this because you want to go to cute Australia and become an excited kid in the arms of a koala, so angry that you don't want to feed it under the evil kangaroo?  Still thinking of the birthplace of lobster and abalone, see why fat can grow and big, and see how Tuwao chefs prepare these delicious dishes on Earth?

 No matter the reason, Australia will not let you down.  You can increase your expectations a little higher, then move to a slightly higher level, then follow the free 8-day travel route in Australia, a unique journey, to fulfill your dream in Australia!

 1. Australia recommended travel itinerary

 First day Sydney

 The first stop of Australian travel is Sydney, the largest city in Australia and the capital of New South Wales.  In this oldest city in Australia there are sun, beaches, seas, plants and buildings of various shapes, and if you want you can take a picture with you.

 Sydney Harbor Bridge is suitable for long distance photography.  Cruise ships passing through Jackson Harbor and the Sydney Opera House across the sea from the bridge and the bright lights on either side of the bridge are all excellent backdrops for taking photos.

 Sydney Opera House is suitable for close-up photography.  Under the sun, the white roof arch is more graceful.  Only by standing in front of the opera house or entering the opera house can you understand why this elegant building has been called a "miracle in architectural history".  If you want to go to the opera house to see a drama, remember to find a pre-set, and book your tickets and accommodations together.

 Blue sea and blue sky meet koalas, trip to Australia

 Sydney - Melbourne - Phillip Island - Mornington Peninsula - Queenscliff - Great Ocean Road - Melbourne - Belgrave - Melbourne

 Koala Hugging First Sunny Beach Play Wanted

 The Cathedral of Our Lady is suitable for architectural photography.  In the oldest church in Australia, when listening to the heavenly chants of the choir, the church celebration causes people to be embarrassed by raising the camera.  The church's Gothic spire is particularly prominent, and each of the surrounding sculptures has a story.

 Queen Victoria Building is suitable for portraits.  This old building contains more than 180 shops, cafes and restaurants.  It is hailed by fashionist master Pierre Cardin as "the most beautiful shopping malls in the world" and is a must-see for tourists from all over the world.  However, taking pictures is risky and easy to get over, so please stay out of the spotlight

 A visit to the Rocks Holiday Market is apt for the photography of humanity.  The Rocks is an early convicted British people, near the famous Circular Quay.  After more than 200 years, it has become Sydney's most artistic venue.  Every weekend there will be a vibrant market here, carving in stone, carving in wood, handcrafted glass products ... and street artists, very photogenic.

 The Meat & Wine Co Circular Quay is apt for a food photography.  This steakhouse is very popular in Australia, the Australian steaks are unique to Sydney, and the restaurant environment is amazing.  When the long-awaited Australian steak is served, you first have to curb your appetite and snap a picture that can attract saliva in your circle of friends.

 Koko Black is suitable for couple photo shoots.  Be it signature chocolate or scented hot chocolate, it is a weapon for young couples to show their affection.  Everyone says chocolate will make people feel loved.  Lonely dogs can come over have a big meal and pretend to be in love.

 If you like to shoot night scenes, you can't be too much trouble.  The Shangri-La Hotel stayed the evening in a great location, as you can photograph the Darling Harbor, the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge from your room.

 Day 2 Cairns

 After shooting a blockbuster movie in Sydney, I flew to Cairns to see the Great Barrier Reef.

 Cairns is surrounded by a lot of popular attractions and has become one of the places to visit in Queensland.  With Cairns as the center, there are many activities to play, skydiving, hot air balloon rides, rainforest walks, rafting, indigenous culture, and 7-day play are not the same.

 There isn't much time left for Cairns during this free tour of Australia. After arriving in Cairns, first go to Fraker Botanical Garden to make up for the regret of not being able to explore the surrounding tropical rainforests.

 This tropical botanical garden condenses a tropical rainforest landscape, with a plethora of beautiful greenery and rainforest vegetation, including the Forest Botanical Area and the Gowana Continental Evolution Garden.  It can be called a brief history of the evolution of tropical rainforests for a period of 415 million years.

 Then go to the Cairns Front Beach Trail to see the size of the 4,800 square meter seawater pool.  The swimming pool is separated from the sea by a wall that appears to be embedded in the sea from a distance.

 If you want to save some energy for the Great Barrier Reef tomorrow, don't go swimming.  Wander busy along the 3-kilometer step, waiting to see the beautiful sunset of the Pacific Ocean.

 At 17:00, there will be a night market on Esplanade Street where the Qiantan Trail is located, where you can have a seafood buffet for a good price.  Don't be late today, tomorrow's Great Barrier Reef will be the highlight.

 Day 3 Cairns

 At least half of Cairns' visitors are from the Great Barrier Reef.  The world's largest coral reef is one of the most amazing landscapes in the world, and no one can resist its magic.

 This time, the luxury cruise ship Evolution takes you to the Great Barrier Reef, the destination is the Great Barrier Reef off Moore.  There are three floors on the Evolution cruise ship, one of which has soft pillows in the interior cabin, you can drink wine while blowing on the air conditioner;  The second sun deck is comfortable and cozy, you can sing songs with the sea breeze;  Take pictures.

 After sailing for more than an hour, you arrive at the Great Barrier Reef of your dreams.  The crew will unlock the launch pad at the stern and will do whatever they want to communicate with the Great Barrier Reef.

 Now that you're here, you have to try snorkeling, bring a three-piece diving suit and transform into a fish swimming in the Great Barrier Reef, and walk through colorful coral bushes with Nemo and Dolly.  If you can dive deep, take your scuba to explore the depths of the sea, these cute fish and honest sea turtles are your little friends.

 In the afternoon there is a generous barbecue lunch on board, after a long swim, everything is delicious.  After lunch, you don't have to dash into the water, a full 5-hour swim trip takes you.  If you can't swim, you can also take a semi-submerged boat ride and float on a blue dream.

 After playing for a day, the stamina bar should have reached the bottom, and the energy should be supplemented with large fish and meat.  Dundee's is more suitable for carnivores, as "Australian Fusion" contains buffalo meat, kangaroo meat, ostrich, crocodile meat and barramundi, and "Ultimate Seafood Platter" contains mud crab, lobster, garlic prawns, and pepperoni.  Shrimp and clams, just throw away the cheeks and make them very strong!

 Day 4: Cairns - Gold Coast

 On the fourth day, he moved from Cairns to the Gold Coast.

 Gold Coast is a very popular tourist city in Australia.  In this city surrounded by mountains and the sea, there are dozens of beaches, large and small, stretching for 42 kilometers, which together have become the "Gold Coast".  Only here, there is only a sandy beach between tall buildings and the sea, and it is always suspected that the photos taken are those of P.

 Among the beaches on the Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise, Broad Beach, and Beach are the most famous.  Of the three beaches, Surfers Paradise is in the center, and it is the most famous and most beautiful of the surfers.  If you have confidence in your skills, you can ride a surfboard and turn it into a 'black stripe in the waves'.

 On the southern side of Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach has far fewer residents of Surfers Paradise.  If you want to learn how to surf the Internet, this is a good place, because people are not afraid of embarrassment.  If you don't want to go on the water, there's a huge Pacific mall and a popular vampire restaurant near the beach, enough time to hike for half a day.

 The main beach is on the north side of Surfers Paradise, the water visibility is very high, and it is very suitable for swimming and snorkeling.  If you didn't have enough addiction at the Great Barrier Reef yesterday, you can go snorkeling to the end here.

 After visiting the beach, there are also places to play in the ocean world, water park etc.  I don't think it's the end of the day.  If you are tired of walking you can order a German-style pork knuckle at the Bavarian Haus, be careful not to bite your hand when eating.

 The end of the day was the 322-meter Q1 Building.  At the highest level from the Star Tower Observation Deck, when the weather is clear, from Brisbane to Byron Bay, from the Pacific Ocean to inland national parks, you can see it all at once.

 Day 5 Gold Coast - Brisbane

 Warner Movie World, Ocean World, and Dream World on the Gold Coast are also known as the three most famous theme parks in Australia.  As a member of the "company" that has seen Superman and Batman grow up since childhood, he naturally wants to establish the Warner film world.  .  Likewise, scenic spots that require tickets should be booked in advance with the customization tool as much as possible.  If you can't book, you must buy it right according to the e-book navigation provided by Wuer Travel to prevent you from playing!

 Parent-child travel, fun in Australia

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 A parent-child trip embraces koalas and the Australian sunshine

 If you played Warner Movie World with the mindset of going to the amusement park, then 80% will return in disappointment.  The movie world isn't big, there aren't many attractions, and the rollercoaster and jumps are no more exciting than other places.

 But if you came as a fan, you'd be super hilarious.  These days, Marvel heroes are easy to see, but DC heroes are hard to see.  Here, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, and even the Joker will come off the screen to interact with tourists, and Batman will drive the Batmobile out to pull the wind.

 The most distinctive feature of Universal Studios is the thrilling driving and 4D movies.  After all, Warner is also one of the revered Hollywood giants.  If you are going with kids there is a special cartoon park to play.  Bugs Bunny and Duffy Duck are also popular cartoon characters around the world.

 In Warner Park, your biggest feeling might be, oh, I wasn't expecting that this movie was also made by Warner.

 If you are rich in time, you can go to the underwater world for a tour. The dolphin show, the seals show, and the stage drama "Dora and Friends" are all tools for bear subjugation.

 6th day Brisbane

 The last stop on the trip, Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia's third largest city.  Like Sydney, Brisbane is also suitable for blockbuster production, but this is a city with effects of its own. If you take a picture in hand, people will be asked which filter to add.

 Take photos in Kangaroo Point, with special wide-angle effects.  The plateau where Kangaroo Point is located is at the top of the U-shaped curved arch of the Brisbane River.  No matter how weak your photography equipment is, the photos you capture are stretched to the limit.

 Take photos in South Bank Park with its special sharp effects.  The park is built along the river, with artificial beaches with clear water and lush green grasses.  Thanks to Brisbane's tropical climate, the color is rich throughout the year and is even more striking when the flowers are in bloom.

 Take photos at the Queensland Museum of Modern Art, with the bright effect of the darker part.  The art gallery covers an area of ​​4,700 square meters, with more than 16,000 permanent exhibits, enough for art lovers to spend an entire day.  However, the museum's biggest goal is to hold several short-term art galleries, the exhibition of Andy Warhol's work and the Matisse Gallery of artworks are all experiences that cannot be met.

 Take photos at the Queensland Center for Culture and the Arts, there are more special effects.  The Queensland Museum has its own engraved filter, the Queensland Museum of Art has its own nostalgic filter (showcasing works prior to 1970), the Queensland Library has its own matte filter, and the extensive Performing Arts Center has its own GIF effect ...

 Take photos on the Brisbane Ferris Wheel, with 360 ° panoramic effect.  With the Ferris wheel turning 60 meters high, the whole of Brisbane surrounds you, whether it's day or night, there is mesmerizing beauty.

 Take photos in Olé's restaurant and bring your own new filters.  The decor style is fresh and clean, and the Mediterranean style Greek dishes are eye-pleasing and beautiful.

 Seventh day Brisbane

 Queensland is the only two states in Australia that allow koalas to enter, and because they are here, you should definitely not miss them.

 In Brisbane, the best place to hold koalas is the Lone Pine Koala Zoo.  Do not underestimate this zoo, as it easily ranks among the ten best zoos in the world.  The biggest feature here is the koala, which climbs a tree, walks on the ground, eats leaves, sleeps late ... the cute baby is the koala, and it's so cute that it just got home.

 If you want to hug a koala, you have to line up in a certain spot.  The breeder will select small, beautiful, and good-tempered koalas, and gently place this cute, fluffy, fleshy thing in your arms.  Koalas are shy by nature and don't want to leave after hugging you.  It is said that 9 out of 10 people who hugged the koalas were Lezhi Shi, and only after the breeder was reminded did he remember his posing.

 The Lone Pine Koala Zoo is not the only koala.  Also available are Australia's distinctive cute animals, kangaroos, devil-tasting, echidna, and platypus.  The zoo features shows with Australian characteristics every day, such as shepherd dogs leading sheep and sheep shearing shows, eagle flying performance, feeding colorful wild parrots etc.  No matter adults or children, as long as they love animals, this is heaven.

 However, the kangaroos at Longbai Zoo are a bit spoiled.  But wombats have maintained their usual appeal, which is worth paying attention to.

 After carrying the koalas, this trip to Australia ended.  In the afternoon and evening, I went to the Queen Street Mall to scan the goods and buy some souvenirs for the men who had seen the 7-day circle of friends, and don't treat yourself too hard.

 Day 8 Brisbane

 On the eighth day, pack your belongings, memories and get ready to go home.

 In 8 days, you traveled to the most famous city in Australia, swam across the largest barrier reef in the world, waved across the Gold Coast in Australia, and embraced the most amazing animals in Australia, and it was your first time traveling to Australia that it was a complete success.

 When you embark on your return trip, it is time to plan your second trip to Australia.

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What should i pay attention to when traveling by car in Australia?

What should i pay attention to when traveling by car in Australia?

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 Australia is a country with sparsely populated lands, extensive road networks between major cities, diverse landscapes and very fun and playful nature, making it a very suitable country for self-driving.  In addition, the cost of renting a car is not that high, and the highway is free, which also attracts more and more travelers who drive themselves.  Car rental companies have set up many car rental outlets in airports and towns, making it very easy to pick up and return the car.

 So what should you pay attention to when driving in Australia?  Wuerjun will teach you step by step!

 1. [Basic rules for self-driving in Australia]

 1. Driving direction:

 The driving direction in Australia is the opposite in China, and "left-hand driving" has been adopted.  Do not drive on the road in a hurry, it is recommended that you train in a secluded place after getting in the car.

 Tips: You can stick a small piece of paper on the right side of the inside of the windshield to remind yourself not to drive in the wrong direction.

 2. Vehicle speed:

 Australia is a country with a very legal system. When driving in Australia, you must follow the speed limit signs which should be on the road. Police uncles usually get very ferocious, so do not suspect the speed limit signs.  Speed ​​limit signs in Australia are very precise, and in areas where there are road repairs and road warnings it is usually necessary to slow down (especially in areas where warning signs appear, a notice will be issued first).  Please follow the speed limit.

 Roughly 50-60 kilometers in said area, 40 kilometers in schools, highways, mountain roads in the suburbs and some "unspecified sections" are often between 100 and 110 kilometers.

 3. Vehicles on the right have priority.  If you encounter an intersection with no traffic lights, no circuits, and no signals, don't panic.  In Australia, a minor road requires that the main road go first.  If you cannot distinguish the main road from the side road, the car on the right has priority.  Well if there are dozens of cars at the intersection on the right, you have to wait for the dozens of cars to end.  The inner lane of a two-lane road is usually used to bypass (called Over Take Road), and vehicles usually drive on the outside lane.  Generally, if there is a "STOP" sign, you should stop and check if there is any traffic coming from the left or the right.

 4. Turn left:

 Under normal circumstances, it is not possible to turn left at a red light. Unless some intersections are marked with a similar explanation as “Carefully turn left on red,” it is possible to turn left while avoiding straight vehicles.  If you are not sure, just wait for the light or see how the other cars are going.  If it's the first, wait for the light carefully, unless the driver behind the car drops the horn to remind you.

 Turn right at the traffic lights intersection:

 Some traffic lights have a right turn arrow sign, then just follow the green right-turn sign and turn right.  At some traffic light intersections, there is no right turn arrow signal or a right turn signal signal, but it is not lit.  When the light is green, drive along the lane on the far right to the center of the intersection and wait for all vehicles to pass in the right (opposite) lane.  Turn right.  In Victoria, if there is no “no reverse” sign, a turn is possible.  However, in Xinzhou, it appears that the default cannot be switched unless there is a slogan or "inflection" arrow.  If you are not particularly sure, try turning left and right again.

 5. About tired driving:

 Australia requires a short break after driving for two hours.  This is basically not a problem for those visiting the Great Ocean Road, there are countless viewing platforms, so you can walk all the way.

 6. Pass the intersection:

 Vehicles on the side road must leave the main road, and when entering the main road from the side road, there are usually signs to give way.  Stop and let the vehicles on the main road go first.  There must be a full stop before the stop sign.  When encountering the light rail, you must also pay attention to the right of the way for the light rail!

 7. Do not touch the road (round about):

 Australians are a country that pays great attention to the system and abides by laws and regulations.  Generally, when driving on the road, the cars will turn one by one, and overtaking and left and right turns are also regular.  In big cities in Australia, as long as you encounter the circle, the car on the left needs to leave the car on the right comes, so when you reach the circle, you have to brake, stop and wait for the car on the right to go first, then find a chance to enter the circle.  And you cannot change lanes arbitrarily in the circle, turn on the turn signal when leaving, so that the car in the rear can understand your driving direction.

 8. Around the island:

 The most common and most popular private road condition in Australia is "Round About".  In any case, remember that right-hand driving is preferred.  Leave all vehicles on the right entering the rotor first, then go clockwise.

 9. Safety belt:

 In Australia, all passengers must wear a seat belt, and although regulations vary from state to state, children under the age of 7 must be seated in the back and must be seated in a child safety seat.  Tourists with children can rent one from the car rental agency.

 10. Car lights:

 Before sunrise and after sunset, drive your headlights.  The high beam is required when driving on mountain roads or highways.  Since there are few cars on the roads in Australia, the driver may develop mental paralysis while driving.  Therefore, a powerful light source is needed to remind the driver that there is a vehicle ahead.

 11. Hawk Turns:

 In Melbourne, Australia, due to the comfortable tram system, there are many unique driving regulations.  HOOK TURN is the most classic example.  If you see a HOOK TURN on the road and come across a right turn, then you need to turn right in the following way:

 Pay attention first to whether there is a "turn" sign at the intersection in front of you.  If there is this sign, follow the green light sign and drive to the left, and pause on the left side of the intersection, which is the "Waiting Turn Zone".

 When the horizontal corridor turns light green, you can go ahead.  Please be aware that some people will catch the yellow light when the yellow light turns into the straight lane.  Therefore, you have to wait for your horizontal path to turn green.

 12. Gentle infantry, largest infantry:

 Pedestrians are always the largest in Australia.  Pedestrians have priority over all vehicles.  Therefore, it is very important to be “polite with the pedestrians” in Australia, because Australians no longer fear “cars”, especially in places where there are zebra crossings, even though there are no traffic lights.  However, pedestrians can walk first, so you should stop and let the pedestrians go first when encountering a zebra crossing.

 13. Less honking:

 The trumpet is rarely heard in Australia, which is a good way not to sound the horn when driving in Australia, and most Australians have probably forgotten the correct position for the horn.  Driving in Australia is not nearly as tight as it is in Taiwan, as most people are not driven to drive and honk.

 14- Other matters needing attention:

 Drivers cannot call their cell phones while driving, which is illegal in Australia.

 Driving under the influence of alcohol is strictly prohibited, and most states have irregular breath tests for drivers.

 When you come across the tram, you can only pass from the left, and when the tram gets up and off the passengers, you can only stop behind the tram.

 Australia requires that at intersections with sign lights, a U-turn is not permitted unless there is a sign.

 2. [Self-driving model selection]

 In general, we rent a car that suffices.  Firstly, it is fuel-efficient, and secondly, since Westerners are quite large, the interior of the same model in Australia is much larger.  In addition, for self-driving domestic travelers, taking into account the use of left-hand travel, it is necessary to use the left hand to change gear. From a safety point of view, an automatic transmission car is easier to use.

 3. [How to refuel in Australia?  】

 1. Remember to return the car with full petrol. When you receive the car it is full, you must also refill the car when you return it, and if the car does not fill it up, a lot of money will be deducted, which is much more than it should be.  Capital.

 2. There are regional differences in fuel prices in Australia.  The closer you get to large cities and towns, the cheaper the fuel, and the further away the place, the more expensive it is.  Also, highways without stores in front of the village are more expensive, and gas stations near the airport are also very expensive.

 3. Refueling in Australia is mostly self-service.  Choose oil gun (gasoline is petrol, unleaded (equivalent to domestic No. 92 gasoline), premium (equivalent to domestic No. 95 gasoline), price is higher than unleaded, diesel is diesel.), Add it yourself, then pay on the counter according to  For the opposite mode, or you can swipe your card, which is very convenient.  If you don't know how to operate, you can also ask staff for help.  Most Australians are very friendly and welcoming ~ some small gas stations are for service.  The fuel gun is locked with a key, so you need to find a refueling crew.

 4. [Speed ​​Autonomous Driving]

 1. Get used to looking at speed signals.  Speed ​​limits in Australia have changed a lot.  Sometimes, the speed reminder on GPS might not be updated in time, and the road sign should prevail.  Basically every road has a speed limit sign that is easy to see.  Some speed limits are temporary.  For example, some sections of the road during school hours, automatic speed-markers on the highways.

 2. There may be more slopes and turns on normal Australian roads.  Most of these highways are one-way lanes in both directions.  A very slow speed will affect the speed of vehicle traffic in the rear.  Therefore, in traffic congested areas, approximately every 5 kilometers, one side of the road expands to two lanes.  You will drive the slowest car in front on the left, and the rear car will overtake on the right.  For sections with fewer vehicles, every 3-5 km, the dividing line in the middle of the two-way lane will become a dashed line or a dashed line and a solid line.  At this time, if the situation is safe, cross the dotted line (the lane should be near the dotted line in real time) to pass in the opposite lane.  Try not to skip turns, you may not be able to see the situation on the other side, which is very dangerous.

 5. [About Australian traffic tickets]

 If you unfortunately received a fine (as the saying goes), then you need to pay at the designated location within a limited period of time, most of which is paid at the post office.  There are also many private car parks that require payment by phone or credit card (many of which can be processed online). In general, there will be detailed instructions behind the ticket.  If the amount is not paid on time after the time limit, then a higher fine will generally be charged. If you do not pay the fine again, you may be prevented from leaving the country !!!

 Of course, in some cases, the ticket will be issued directly to the rental car. The company, the rental car company, will find the main driver of the rental car based on the license plate and the fine will be deducted directly from the credit card.  Or call the driver for guidance.  Therefore, the car rental contract must be fully detailed.  Some car rental companies may impose additional 'fines' fees in the event of a traffic offense.  Therefore, it is also recommended that you ask the counter personnel how to handle your ticket upon picking up the vehicle.

 6. [Parking in Australia]

 There are different parking signs in every city in Australia, and parking is usually the most annoying thing for drivers.  Especially when parking on the road, please read the signs, charging standards and parking time (including week and hour, please note that they are red or green), and you should also pay attention to some places where you cannot stop during peak hours and the direction you are pointing.  In general, follow the arrow only.

 1. Be optimistic about the length of time you can stop: Generally, 1 hour is written on the poster as "1P / P", 2 hours as "2P", 1/4 is 15 minutes, and so on.  Usually every county in Australia has a lot those issuing tickets travel between city and suburbs to issue tickets, so be very careful.

 2. Optimistic about the time range that can be parked: Most parking spaces still have time restrictions, for example, [9 AM - 5:30 PM MON-FRI], which is limited only Monday through Friday from 9:00 to  17:30 in the afternoon.  You should pay attention to this.

 3. Optimistic about paying: There are several different types of payment methods, for example a "METER" is a coin operated machine that needs to use a coin operated machine to pay.  After parking the car, go to the adjacent parking meter, insert a credit card or pay cash, choose the time you intend to park the car, and after getting the ticket, place the ticket in front of the windshield for the staff to see.

 Some parking meters will not vomit parking tickets, but will switch from red light to green.  In this case, the green light will turn red after the time runs out, so remember to get back and move the car before the time runs out.  It is also like a "TICKET" parking ticket machine, it is relatively simple, that is, when you need to pay for a parking ticket, put it under the windshield of the car for future reference.  All in all, if you see a TICKET or METER you must buy a ticket!  It is usually written below P.

 4. Discrimination by color: The "red letter" on the general sign must be the time without stopping, and the "green or black" is the time that can be stopped, such as a S in the red circle and then follow the next direction, which means this direction is forbidden  Stand up, temporary parking is not allowed!

 5. The latter relates to the angle: If you find the ANGLE reminder at a 45 degree or 60 degree angle on the parking sign, you must park according to the degree requirements, usually a diagonal parking, you can refer to whether there is a line or other vehicles on the road.  Just watch it.

 6. Give some examples:

 [MON-FRI P ticket 9:00 to 5:30 PM]: From Monday to Friday between 9:00 and 17:30, 1 hour stopover can be paid;

 [3P 9 AM - 5:30 PM SAT-SUN] Free 3-hour parking between 9:00 to 17:30 from Saturday to Sunday;

 [1P METER 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM MON-SAT]: From Monday to Saturday 7: 30-18: 30 can stop for 1 hour;

 [LOADING ZONE] You cannot stop when you see the red stop sign of this sign.  Generally, trucks or buses with more than 12 seats or vehicles with the company logo are parked on the body!

 7. [Australian Highway Toll System]

 The toll system varies on highways in every city in Australia, in general, in most cities (like Queensland), you can pay the toll in real time when crossing the toll station, but be prepared for a change.  And Victoria has a special CITY LINK charging system, this electronic toll collection systems are not toll booths, they do not stop in time to pay, but there will be an induction to register his car plate number when passing the road, after the CITY LINK sections, and remember for 48 Pay within hours and pay  Within a certain period of time after use, otherwise there will be a heavy fine.

 Payment can be made one time, or unlimited times per day .... mainly includes freeways, and toll roads around Melbourne, CityLink and EastLink.  If you are on a toll road, the entrance and exit will be monitored by cameras, the license plate number and the driving section will be recorded and the toll amount will be calculated.

 1- East Link: It is a highway with a total length of 39 kilometers in East Melbourne, which is connected to the Eastern Expressways, Monash Foy, Frankston Foy, and Peninsula Link highways.

 2. CityLink: A 22 km highway connecting Bolt Bridge, Burnley Tunnel, Monash Foy, Westgate Highway and Tullamarine Foy on Melbourne's south bank.

 Fee Method: There is no toll station on the way, you need to buy the Pass in advance on the official website of CityLink or EastLink, or pay on the official website within 48 hours after leaving the toll section.  If you do not pay the fee on time, you may get a high penalty (if you rent a car, the car rental company may deduct it directly from the pre-authorization of your credit card used as a deposit).

 * Autonomous driving on Great Ocean Road will not encounter toll roads.  If starting from Melbourne, please set GPS to Avoid Toll to avoid toll roads to avoid this CityLink toll route near Melbourne.

 In addition, most car rental companies will provide a toll payment program (similar to the domestic ETC system) "rental company toll payment program" for roads in Australia for the convenience of passengers who drive their own cars, so that there is no need to go to the highway at all  Once.  For road traffic, please make sure to ask the car rental company upon picking up the car, whether you need to purchase an electronic toll program or a pass today.

 3. If you received a ticket or have other fees that you need to pay yourself, you can log in to https://www.govia.com.au/ to view or call +61 133331 to report the license plate number, and they will confirm the high speed line.  Then we can pay by credit card over the phone, or we can pay with the auto dealer.

 If you have any questions about self driving in Australia feel free to consult Wuer Journey, we will provide you with the most reliable and practical travel advice!  For autonomous driving in Australia, one road book has been completed, and everything you need is there!

 What exactly is the road book for Wuer's trip?

 In fact, The Road Book is your exclusive "Invisible Tour Guide".  Every Wuer Journey customer will have their own road book.  It's a travel guide made just for you by the travel customizer, from cover title, photo to book, every page in the book is made just for you.

 These are found in the road book ... but they are more than that!

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Have fun in Sydney in two days

 Have fun in Sydney in two days.

 and Wuerjun will teach you how to eat, live and play!

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 If a city has been chosen as the friendliest city for many years in a row, then you should be interested in its charm that attracts everyone. Sydney was among the 10 Best Friendly Cities in the World selected by Condé Nast Traveler last year.  Sydney is not only friendly, but it is also one of the most family-friendly cities.  Because it combines so many elements of culture, nature, history, art, etc., as it is called "one city with a thousand faces", Sydney sparkles with its infinite unique charm.

 In such a friendly city a fully and relaxed gameplay takes only 2 days.  As long as you do your homework in advance, your complete two-day itinerary should be properly arranged!  Follow Wuerjun to see how you are enjoying Sydney and have a fun trip in Sydney!

 How to play in Sydney?

 Visit Darling Harbor, Sydney

 Darling Harbor, which also translates as Darling Harbor, is a Sydney landmark and one of the city's busiest entertainment malls.  According to legend, since the wife of the ruler of Sydney was waiting in this harbor for her husband who returned to notify the Queen of England, the name is derived from this, and it seems that he can smell the romance in the air today.  Combining shopping malls, restaurants, marine museums, aquariums and other entertainment venues, the bustling port is a one-stop-shop for your multiple needs.  There are no crowded skyscrapers, they are fresh, open, comfortable and relaxing.  It is very charming no matter rain or shine, day and night, and it is a good place to enjoy a comfortable travel life.

 Just wandering around Darling Harbor is so much fun.  Enjoy the sea breeze caresses on the side of the road Sometimes you smell the strong aroma of floating coffee.  Why not pick one you like, sit back and order a drink, grab a dessert, gaze at the colorful landscapes of the harbor, and immerse yourself in the beauty of the moment.  There is also a Harborside shopping center here, mostly restaurants and souvenir shops.  The best location to see Darling Harbor is on the Pyrmont Bridge, where the flags flutter both sides of the bridge in the wind, and the inland sea is often full of luxury yachts.  If you're interested, go a little further north and take pictures next to the replica HMB Endeavor, an ancient naval ship hidden in the modern city.

 How to get there: Underground: Get off at [Darling Park station] and walk there.

 Visit Madame Tussauds

 Madame Tussauds previously opened twelve stores around the world.  Madame Tussauds Sydney is the thirteenth in the world.  It opened on April 16, 2012, and is located adjacent to the Darling Harbor-Aquarium. There are nine themed display areas and over 70 wax figures of world celebrities.  There are some props, hats, medals, etc. on the walls of every area of ​​the museum.  You can wear them and take pictures with wax to make sure you don't know which ones are real when you come back!

 Access method:

 Take the train (train), get off at Town Hall Station and walk west for 5 minutes.  Take the ferry and get off at King St Wharf.  Take the metro light rail, get off Pyrmont Bay, and cross the Pyrmont Bridge.  Aquarium Wharf for regular ferry and cruise (ferry and regular cruise) is Madame Tussauds stop.  In the city center, it can be reached on foot via Market St or King St.

 Visit the Sydney Tower

 Sydney Tower (Sydney Tower), also known as An Puta (AMP Tower), Sydney's central business district is the tallest building, at 305 meters high, was built in 1970, and is the tallest building in Sydney, built in Westfield Shopping Center  (Westfield) above.  This is the second tallest independent building in Australia (after the Q1 Tower) and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere (after the Sky Tower in New Zealand), and the Sydney Tower is easy to see from all locations in the city.

 When you get to the bottom of the tower, you should look up and take a picture or two, it looks really cool.  The tower is a conical building consisting of 9 floors, the first and second floors are two revolving restaurants, and the third and fourth floors are observation floors.  There is always a torch holder throughout the tower.  Take the lift to the top of the tower and overlook beautiful Sydney views, and if the weather is clear you can see Sydney and Sydney Harbor nearby, and even Sydney International Airport in the distance.  After dark, the night view of Sydney is unobstructed, the south, east, north and west colorful and mesmerizing.

 Access method:

 To get to the Sydney Tower, you need to enter from Westfield Shopping Center.  There are shopping malls on the basement level in Westfield, the first and second floors are the Pitt Street level and the Castle Street level respectively, and the Gallery level (Level 4) on the third floor of the mall is the ticket exchange and elevator entrance to the revolving restaurant in Sydney Tower.

  Go to Grace Bros and David Jones malls;  The platform level (Level 5) on the fourth floor is the ticket exchange and elevator entrance to the Sydney Tower Observation Deck, with clear signs.  It is not recommended to go by car!  Parking is around AUD $ 20 per day.  Take the City Circle bus and get off at stops 10 and 28.

 work hours:

 General 9:00 ~ 21:00;

 May 25 9:00 ~ 20:00

 June 1 9: 00 ~ 20: 00

 June 16 9:00 ~ 20:00

 December 25 10:00 ~ 18:00

 On Dec 31, 9: 00 ~ 19: 00,

 Entry will be closed 1 hour prior to closing.

 Enjoy the sunshine on Manly Beach

 Manly Beach is to the northeast of Sydney Harbor, and its pier is in the Inner Harbor, but the beach is on the open sea, which is the South Pacific Ocean, which is another surfing resort in New South Wales.  The sandy beach of Manly Beach is very wide, about 2.5 kilometers long, and it can accommodate tens of thousands of people to relax in sunbathing, so there are a lot of people here on holidays.

 Here, you can sit on the beach to blow the wind and gaze at the sea to ease the stress of the trip.  Or hop in a pretty bikini and swim in the crystal clear waters ~ However, the most anticipated thing might be a boat ride from Circular Quay to the beach.  You can see the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House from a distance..It looks very beautiful against the blue waves.

 Access method:

 Take the ferry from Pier 3 at Circular Quay to Manly Beach Pier.  The journey takes about half an hour.  After descending, walk along the street perpendicular to the sidewalk (there are many cafes and convenience stores) and walk 300 meters to the beach.

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Australian Food Guide: 5 Most Popular Dessert Shops With Girls.

 Australian Food Guide: 5 Most Popular Dessert Shops With Girls.

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 When talking about Australian cuisine, many people think of dairy and seafood for the first time.  Australia has abundant natural resources and pleasant climate, and the quality of dairy products is very good, it is not only free from pollution, but it is also rich in flavor and nutrition.

 Australia is a former Commonwealth country, and the desserts are heavily influenced by the UK (British Tourist Route 11th), so you should try the Australian Afternoon Tea when you come to Australia!  Creative desserts in a free atmosphere are also interesting.  Wuer Journey recommends the following five stores in particular, allowing you to relax with your girlfriends over desserts and enjoy rare Australia (11-day Australia route)

 Old tea: Hopetoun Tea Room

 Founded in 1892, Hopetoun Tea Room is a well-known century-old store in Melbourne, the decor is vintage and plush, but it's restrained and elegant and shows no publicity.  After two centuries of sparkling, although it has been altered many times, his desserts still retain the original taste.

 Nowadays, there are always long lines at the entrance to Hopetoun Tea Room.  Two rounds of cheesecake, chocolate cake, lemon tart are not recommended, and you can also purchase some homemade tea bags as travel souvenirs.

 Address: Shop 1 & 2, Block Arcade, 282 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 300

 Large pastry shop, many items to choose from: Brunetti

 Located in the Italia neighborhood (an 11-day Italian tourist route), this great Italian store has a variety of pastries that will definitely make you picky, and it has a shop of nearly 200 square meters, serving everything from desserts to pizza and pasta.

 I recommend handcrafted Italian ice cream here, 26 flavors made with the freshest fruits and natural ingredients of the day.  Or try the stage cake (layered almond balls, coffee with sugar cream and chocolate nibs) with a cup of espresso.

 Address: 194-204 Faraday Street, Carlton, Melbourne

 Super Plain Chocolate: Coco Black

 Girls who love chocolate can't miss Coco Black.  The store is located in the Royal Corridor, and the cabinets are uniquely and neatly arranged.  Coco Black's hot chocolate is brewed on site with chocolate chips and milk with a rich milk flavor.  There is also hot chocolate flavored with chili, walnut, and mint, and over 30 handcrafted chocolate bars.  Wuer Journey recommends trying the rose and mango chocolate.

 Address: 52 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000

 Famous Sydney Actor, Fresh Cake Actor: Black Star Pastry

 A popular item can be considered a watermelon strawberry cake in Sydney.  Black Star Pastry is known for its innovative taste and unique materials, as these cookies look bright and colorful.  One bite of rose-scented buttermilk, but the tangy melon blend delivers a fresh taste.  During the whole process, the scent of rose was flowing at the tip of the tongue, and the sweet and sour strawberry will remove the sweetness left in the mouth as per the occasion.It really deserves a special taste.

 Address: 277 Australia St Newtown, Sydney

 Afternoon Tea for Your Girlfriends: The Tea Room (QVB)

 Located on the top floor of Sydney's Queen Victoria Market, the large indoor chandeliers are very impressive.  There is a variety of shops in QVB, come here to rest when you get tired of shopping, drinking tea and sweets is the norm for girlfriends.

 Desserts are changed every day, and the cutlery is fantastic.  All varieties are for 2 people.  Large pies can be served with jam and cream.  The dessert rack includes three tier macarons, sandwiches, fruit tarts, chocolate cakes, etc.  Foot.  Of course, the girlfriends' authentic afternoon English tea never misses a cup of Earls.

 Address: 455 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia (City Center)

 The enchanting Australian continent is delicious, fun and beautiful.  If you want to go to Australia, open more candy stores and make a happy snack, hurry up and contact Wuer Travel to customize a unique tour of Australia!

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Visit the University of Sydney

 Visit the University of Sydney

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 The University of Sydney (University of Sydney) is the first, oldest and most prestigious university in Australia.  It is called "Australia First University" and one of the best universities in the world.  .  The University of Sydney has eight campuses and multiple campuses, the main campus located near Sydney CBD, the financial center of Oceania, and just one step away from Sydney Central Railway Station.

 For a century and a half, the University of Sydney alumni dominated Australia's political and economic lifeblood.  The alumni include three of Australia's six current federal judges, six Australian prime ministers, twenty-three justices of the Supreme Court, the President of the United Nations General Assembly, the President of the World Bank, five Nobel Prize winners and over a hundred other important awards.  And many, many well-known businessmen and politicians.  It was ranked 38th in the 2014 comprehensive ranking of world universities.

 The entire campus is attractive and retains traditional Australian architecture and cultural characteristics, and the campus is full of peace and harmony with nature.  The open campus is surrounded by grass and lakes, and the lovers sit leisurely like a park.

 Access method:

 By public transportation:

 (1) Take the train to Redfern station and get off, and walk 10 minutes to

 (2) Take bus 412, 413, 436, 438, 439, 440, 461, 480, 483 or the M10 subway to Parramatta Road, get off at the station

 (3) Take the bus 422, 423, 426, 428 or the m30 subway to City Road station and get off, if you are driving alone, the college provides free parking (parking spaces are limited).

 Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady

 Located in Sydney Hyde Park near Notre Dame Cathedral (St Mary's Cathedral) it is the seat of the Archbishop of Sydney, it is the largest and oldest religious building in Australia, located in the heart of the skyscrapers of Sydney College Street, the institution of the First Lady's Church.  It was destroyed by a fire in 1821 and 1865. The temporary wooden church was also destroyed by a fire in 1869. Since then, a 19th century church has been built in the Gothic style.  The Twin Towers, which were not built until 2000, have become a city landmark.

 On July 19, 2008, Pope Benedict XVI visited the church.  Because it was built in the second year after the Catholic priest officially arrived in Australia, this church is also known as "The Mother of the Australian Catholic Church".  St Mary's Church was built from local sandstone, and its architecture maintains the "Gothic" style of medieval European cathedrals.

 The cathedral has a majestic appearance, with a total length of 107 meters, 24.3 meters in width, 22.5 meters in ceiling height, 46.3 meters in central tower and 74.6 meters high in relation to the front and spire, which is very impressive from the outside.  The floor pattern of Father Marogo in the catacombs of the church is based on the Genesis theme and is studded with colored pebbles. The handwork is absolutely exquisite and world famous.

 Access method:

 Surrounding parking spaces are limited, the location is close to the city center, and it is not recommended to drive there by yourself.  You can take 301/302/303/308/309/310/311/324/325/326/327/333 and get off at Elizabeth St After Park St.  You can also take the light rail to St James' station via Hyde Park.

 What do we eat in Sydney?

 Rockpool Bar & Grill Sydney

 Rockpool Bar & Grill Sydney is a subsidiary of the Rockpool Group, and is known in Australia for excellent long-term customer reviews, first-class customer experience, exquisite ancient architecture, continuous improvement and innovation of food and unique tastes.  The restaurant aims to provide customers with an unforgettable experience, and their famous bartenders offer you meticulous service.  Nominated in the Gourmet Traveler Best 50 Recommendations!

 Additionally, if multiple people are having a meal, there are a variety of special dining room options. PRIVITE DINING also offers wood-fired barbecues and serves a selection of the day's specials.  His cocktails are delicious, too!  Everyone should come and try.

 Recommended dishes:

 Eastern rock lobster with herbal butter (oriental lobster)

 Spicy salad of grilled quail with smoked tomatoes and black olives (hot salad)

 Orange Blood Syrup with Campari and Hazelnut (Campari aperitif mixed drink)

 Momofuku Siobo At The Star

 If you want to spend an evening where you can talk about all kinds of delicious food then you should choose this restaurant.  Chef David Chang knows how to break the rules of eating, create fun and surprise, and give you more unforgettable experiences.  The seats are around the kitchen, you can watch the process of making delicious and nutritious food throughout the process, and you can hear the fun music played in the restaurant during the meal, which will greatly relax your mood.

 In Australia, people usually use hats (similar to local stars) to rate restaurants.  Momofuku Seiōbo at The Star is a restaurant with three hats, it is the best choice for many people who know food and life!

 Recommended dishes:

 The restaurant offers a multi-course tasting menu, which means a variety of dishes to try. The price is $ 185, which means that you can try many different types of dishes in the restaurant.

 There are three types of alcoholic drinks in the restaurant, one is a full set of drinks, the price is 105 AUD, the other is partial drinks mix, the price is 65 AUD, and the last one is completely non-alcoholic drinks mix, the price is 60 AUD, you can choose according to your needs  .

 Happy Kitchen Restaurant

 Traveling abroad, what you never tire of will always be the Chinese flavor that you are used to eating every day.  It is a simple Chinese restaurant with a small shop located on the main street of the new city.  It offers a variety of meals and pasta.  Although the store is small and doesn't have many tricks, you can always try the simplest taste.  Compared to those nicely decorated stores, the prices here are more affordable and cost effective.

 Sydney Cafe

 Sydney Café is more than just a restaurant, and the atmosphere here is not to be missed!  The location of the restaurant is excellent and it is one of the best restaurants in Sydney and it overlooks the entire harbor and this is also the main feature of this restaurant The whole restaurant has glass windows and direct sunlight A very good dining experience.  Of course, the food is also a perk here, and the fresh ingredients and good wines paired with them are the reasons guests stay put.

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