One of Keynes's most famous streets is the Coastal Avenue, which is more than 10 kilometers along the coastline. There is an artificial beach swimming pool of 4800 square meters. The water depth of the pool is 80 cm to 1.6 meters and there are lifeguards, so both adults and children can enjoy themselves here. The largest open-air swimming pool and artificial beach in Australia has won design awards. This is an open-air gathering area, where many people sunbathe in the grass, swim in the swimming pool and barbecue in the barbecue area. There are restaurants, bars and hotels along the coastal avenue, where you can find delicious food. You can also walk along the city wharf of the coastal Avenue and the wharf to the Great Barrier Reef. The wharf to the Great Barrier Reef is located at the beginning of the coastal avenue.
Keynes is really just a small town, but every step is in the beautiful landscape. The walkway runs along the coastline, with a wide lawn on one side. It is well maintained and green. It can be trampled on at will without being destroyed. Another measure is the vast Pacific Ocean, which is so beautiful that it merges with the sky with golden clouds. In addition, the number of benches for visitors to relax is quite large, accompanied by pedestrians coming and going are multiple birds, such as seagulls and pigeons, in the crowd without fear of foraging. In addition, there is an open-air swimming pool on the side of a rare street in China. There are a lot of people who are not big enough to go into the water, but they are in good order. This quiet, slow-paced life is indeed the freedom that people used to living in the metropolis yearn for.
After dinner, there is a feeling of walking along Binhai Avenue, but along the way sports measures and sports are really all the way down. Beach volleyball, extreme sports factory, swimming pool, etc. I recommend walking back and forth in the afternoon when it's not so hot and dry, feeling the breath of exercise.
Great spot, huge pool thtbtge public can use for free. Great views and restaurants and bars all around... nice walk way and even an outdoor gym!
A suitable place for walking. Coastal Avenue is the hub of Keynesian life and the landmark landscape of Keynes, so there are always endless tourists here. Coastal Avenue is built along the beach, with the beach scenery, the blue sky, the warm sunshine and the neat high-rise buildings on one side.
In the downtown area of Keynes, at dusk, along the waterfront avenue, about 10 minutes away, near the dock area, you will have a surprise. The huge Cairns Esplanade Swimming Lagoon is displayed in front of you. I can't believe my eyes at that time. The big naked swimming pool is displayed in front of you. I regret that I didn't bring my bathing suit with me. Swimming or playing is super good. The design of the whole lagoon is integrated into nature, and the integration is just right. It does not violate the feeling at all. At the same time, it does not show off too much, but it is really enough to showcase your eyes. Usually not open in the morning, noon can be used. There are many seabirds along the coast. They are dynamic. It's a paradise on earth to combine them. Keynes is a holiday resort, so there are not many people. Of course, if there are fewer people, it will be perfect. There's no need to worry about having nowhere to wash after the play, and there's a facility next to it, but in Keynes, it's normal to walk in a bathing suit.
I don't know recently if there are some lights on Vivid Sydney Keynes's side, though they are funny. Walking at night just looks funny.
Binhai Avenue is a very long walk, beside the long wooden trestle, there are special passages for bicycles and pedestrians. The barbecue stand in twos and threes in the grass. Here, many people run to keep fit and many people walk in the courtyard. In addition to people, there are flocks of birds flying and hovering in the sky. We also saw 10 Australian pelicans combing their feathers. All eyes are full of a free and peaceful atmosphere of life. In the open-air swimming pool near Keynesian Wharf, we saw three children over one years old playing in the water under the protection of their mothers, and their lives were pleasant and beautiful.