Keynesian Coastal Avenue has a 4,800 square meters artificial beach swimming pool with a depth of 80 to 1.6 meters and lifeguards, so adults and children can enjoy it here. The largest open-air swimming pool and artificial beach in Australia has won design awards. On one side is the beach scenery, the blue sky, and on the other is the beautiful coastal avenue. Some people are playing on the grass, others are playing in the swimming pool. It's a beautiful scenery. It's just that when we went, the coastal waters were dry and they didn't look beautiful. The swimming pool and the surrounding green space are still beautiful.
Calling a swimming pool a lake is like what a Chinese call a place a palace, and the name goes up. But swimming pools are usually square and the outline is irregular, so it makes sense to call them lagoons. The beach water level here is low. It looks like mud. Perhaps the local people feel shameless, sorry for the famous location of the Great Barrier Reef, they made an artificial one.
Artificial lagoon, at the end of coastal avenue, public facilities including bathrooms are complete.
The so-called artificial lagoon is a free swimming pool and artificial beach built in the most prosperous area on the Keynesian coast. The hotel we booked is near the lagoon. Whether we go shopping in the supermarket or eat in the hall every day, we will pass by here!
Swimming place. Complete supporting facilities. More children, is a place that adults and children like!
I just want to say that if it comes on a sunny day many people swim here because this is quite special from deep to shallow, and it feels very clear I ran in and stepped on the sand there are dressing changes beside it. The barbecue place feels very suitable for leisure life.