Bruny Island Neck Lookout
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全景摄影师 Tom Sadowski EXPERT 日期和时间 18:22, 17/03/2009 - Views loading...


Bruny Island Neck Lookout

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Bruny Island Neck is a narrow isthmus that joins North Bruny and South Bruny just off the southeast coast of Tasmania. In the middle of this thin strip of hills and beaches is the Bruny Island Neck Game Reserve which features a series of stairs and wooden observation platforms where people can observe the short-tailed shearwaters and the fairy penguins common to this area.

At this platform you can go down to the beach boardwalks to observe the penguins, or down to the car park  -or you can go up to the observation platform at the top of the hill.

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A: Bruny Island Neck Upper Lookout

摄影师Tom Sadowski, 距离此处80远

The upper lookout platform at the Bruny Island Neck Game Reserve offers visitors sweeping views of th...

Bruny Island Neck Upper Lookout

B: Cloudy Bay, South Bruny National Park in Tasmania, 2

摄影师Tom Sadowski, 距离此全景20.9

Cloudy Bay is an impressive spectacle of ocean shoreline. Even though it is home to the Bruny Island ...

Cloudy Bay, South Bruny National Park in Tasmania, 2

C: Australian Antarctic Division headquarters

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The headquarters of the Australian Antarctic Division in Kingston, Tasmania. The ground is a map of A...

Australian Antarctic Division headquarters

D: Mount Nelson Signal Station

摄影师Klaus Mayer, 距离此全景38.5

The Mount Nelson Signal Station, 10 minutes south of Hobart, offers panoramic views over Hobart, Derw...

Mount Nelson Signal Station

E: Panoramic View from Pinnacle Road

摄影师Klaus Mayer, 距离此全景40.0

Panoramic view from a lookout on the 22 kilometre long windy Pinnacle Road leading from Hobart to Mou...

Panoramic View from Pinnacle Road

F: Mountain Outlook

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One of the many majestic views from the higher parts of the Zig Zag Track on Mount Wellington. Many s...

Mountain Outlook

G: Hobart, from Mt Wellington

摄影师John Hutchison, 距离此全景42.3

A truly panoramic view of Hobart. Hobart itself rarely gets snow but the mountain provides a winter p...

Hobart, from Mt Wellington

H: Mount Wellington

摄影师John Hutchison, 距离此全景42.3

A quiet spot at the summit of Mount Wellington. A terrific place to walk and get a feel for Tasmania'...

Mount Wellington

I: Mount Wellington Lookout over Greater Hobart Area, Tasmania

摄影师Fritz Hanke, 距离此全景42.5

 From Mount Wellington you have a marvelous view over the Greater Hobart Area.See Mount Wellington 

Mount Wellington Lookout over Greater Hobart Area, Tasmania

J: Salamanca Square

摄影师Klaus Mayer, 距离此全景42.6

Salamance Square is a square sheltered by shops, cafes and restaurants in the old port precinct of Ho...

Salamanca Square

此全景拍摄于Tasmania, Australia


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