This wooden plank staircase is probably the most popular photo point in South Australia. There is no specific location for this staircase. Generally, the net red will not tell you where it is. I am lucky enough to find this point on the map. The photo is super nice! This staircase is on the Esplanade in Port Noarlunga South, South Australia, with a parking lot next to it. There is a circular observation deck with a wooden staircase next to it, the stairs leading to the beach, opposite the peninsula called ngangkiparri, not far from the McLaren Valley, you can drop by.
Because the shores of Cairns are surrounded by crocodiles, there’s no beach for tourists to visit that’s close to the city. Luckily, they’ve set up this huge outdoor public pool near the ocean that can be visited for free. It’s the perfect way to relax for a day before heading out to see the Great Barrier Reef. There are also tons of shops, restaurants and bars nearby to visit once you’ve finished your day at the pool. For visitors, there are lockers to keep your valuables safe and changing rooms. #wintergetaway #australia #cairns #queensland
The Corniche is the hub of Cairns' life and the iconic landscape of Cairns. It is a boulevard full of the charm of a seaside resort. The coastal boulevard is built along the beach. The road stretches along Sany Bay. On one side is the scenery of the beach, the blue sky, the bright sunshine, and the neat high-rise building on one side. The Spencer Street has a Marin breakwater towards the sea, and visitors to the boat trip make the place very lively.