闲庭漫步30This is a place to experience a peculiar feeling. When I first saw it, I thought it was an industrial museum, because there were some industrial relics such as steam locomotives stacked at the door. After I went in and read the introduction, I realized that this is the headquarters of steampunk.
The so-called steampunk is based on the background of the Victorian era and originated from science fiction themes from the 1980s to the early 1990s. In this magical world, the early technology of the industrial revolution and the power of steam are infinitely mythological and applied everywhere. A gentleman in a top hat drives a steam locomotive to roam the sky. Haha, I really gained knowledge. After the visit, I feel that my overall quality has improved again.
pxy0705Oamaruland Penguin Conservation Center, where tens of thousands of wolf brother penguins live, which is a very precious species in the penguin family. Everyone can't go to the island to visit, they can only watch them from a distance on the observation platform. The entire seashore is densely packed, which is really spectacular.
xxy259Moeraki Boulders is located on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island. It is a naturally formed geological landscape. The scenic spot is free to tourists from all over the world. It is easy to find the scenic spot by following the navigation along the road.
Park your car in the parking lot at the entrance and walk along the road signs to the beach. After a section of wooden plank road, you can see the big boulders in the distance. The beach in the public area is also very clean. You can take off your shoes and enjoy the sea The magical product of nature.
The weather was not very good that day, the thick clouds blocked the sun, and the photo imaging was not very beautiful~~~~~~ It is recommended to arrive at the scenic spot at sunset (about 17:00 local time). When the sea water ebbs, there will be more than 50 A giant boulder will be completely exposed to the surface of the sea, and will be cordially called a "dinosaur egg".
Regarding the legend of the Moraki boulder, more than a thousand years ago, a navigating warship Araiteuru (Araiteuru) sank on the shore, and the fruits rolled out of the cabin floated here. of.
After research and analysis by professional scientists, it is believed that cobblestone was formed about 65 million years ago, slowly formed from the sedimentary mud on the seabed full of crystallization, and landed here after the movement of the seabed crust.
No matter which version it is, it is a gift from nature. Whether it is a round and smooth stone body polished by sea water and sand all year round, or cracking or even broken due to natural weathering, it is a magical sight, as Like the "Environmental Protection Act" called by the New Zealand government, it is not allowed to suffer man-made deliberate damage, otherwise he will face high fines or even imprisonment!
On the way back, there are a lot of growing flowers and plants, a shopping spot, and a shoe polisher. The management of the scenic spot is very user-friendly!
闲庭漫步30Omaru should be part of a historical place, and although the history is not long, the locals can pay special attention to retaining the various buildings of particular historical significance, so the whole city looks older and more historical. Seeing these buildings inspires visitors to seek knowledge of the local history.
Waitaki District Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Another 2-hour drive to Clay Cliff – one of the natural wonders of the world and was slowly formed since million years ago. This is by far the most amazing landscape and rock formations i’ve ever visited and absolutely a great place to be if you are a fan of beauty nature. Rocks that were originally formed by the flow from ancient glaciers for more than a million years ago. The sun shines and lights us as we walk from the ground to climbing up with hands and legs on the rock anticipating what lies ahead.
The driving route to Claycliff is somewhat challenging due to the rocky and bumpy road drive for about an hour off the highway to reach the destination.
The three sisters and the elephant rock were a mark on my bucket list when coming to New Zealand. They did not disappoint! The rock really does look lile an elephant and is nothing like I‘ve ever seen before.
The Moeraki Boulders were conjectured as a "gift" given to the Earth by aliens. They did not go to the scene and could not imagine that this was a gift from nature.
On the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, more than 50 huge round stones are scattered on the beach. The largest diameter is more than 2 meters, the smallest is more than half a meter, the weight is several tons, and there are cracks in the corners. Still hollow.
The scientist explained that the calcium and carbonate around the charged particles have crystallized over 4 million years, but the shape of this shape, after years of scouring by the waves and wind and rain can form such a round and lovely shape, I would rather believe in Maori. The legend of man: "A few hundred years ago, the canoe Arede Oulu was overturned when New Zealand was about to land. Many of the gourds on the ship were washed ashore and formed the boulders we saw today."
Attractions, tourists and tourists wave after wave, but I would rather stay away from the crowd and see the warm side of the round stone.
The Cardiff Lighthouse is the biggest highlight of my trip to New Zealand, no one.
At the beginning of the Raiders, I just used it as a stopover from Dunedin to Christchurch, and the road to the lighthouse was very poor. I almost gave up.
Frankly, there is nothing special about seeing the Cardinal Lighthouse. The Nugate Point Lighthouse is stronger than its location and shape. What attracts me is a warning sign next to it, saying that the area is ecological, please contact the local area. Animals keep distance.
curiosity forced me to move on. At first, only a few cows were grazing, and the horizon gradually widened. When I came to the beach, countless sea lions lay lazily beside the reef, playing with each other and going to the beach. The waves, more than just moving and dozing, are completely within reach.
Not far from a small island, countless seabirds perched on it, the sound of birdsong and the sound of the waves blend together, allowing people to completely relax and blend into nature.
The secluded South Island of New Zealand has a place on the east coast called Moraki. When the sea is ebb, it will see more than 50 huge round stones appearing out of the sea. It is better to say that they are giant stones. Eggs are more appropriate.
The shape of its circle, the magic of the internal structure, so that everyone who sees these stones have to sigh from the bottom of my heart. When I came, I didn't completely ebb, so I didn't see much, so it's especially important to find time.
Many people speculate that they thought it was the giant egg under the dinosaurs hundreds of millions of years ago. Now it has become fossils, and some speculations are the products of the outer planet. The local indigenous Maori in New Zealand said that the voyage of the boat, the Adelaide Oulu, rolled out on the shore more than a thousand years ago.
Legend is the legend, according to the investigation, the formation of these stones, from 4 million years ago. After millions of years of weathering, some have been naturally cracked, some are empty, and some are very hard with a clear network of fossils.
New Zealand's favorite little town, Omaroo, is full of retro style h
Omaru's old town, with well-prepared Gothic and Renaissance-style buildings on both sides of the street, all built with lots of limestone. So Oamaru is also known as the "City of White City."
Walk in the old streets as if you have crossed Victoria's historical time.
There are wine cellars, old car museums, handicraft shops, etc. in the old town, and the lively streets seem to continue the bustling era of the gold rush. Behind the old town of
is an abandoned railway with some rusty wheels on the rails. The
punk museum is very European in style. The front of the steam train at the door is very eye-catching. After the coin is coined, the chimney will be seen.
After crossing the punk museum, the ruins of the Oamaru Railway Station are a bit lonely.
Oamaru is a lively gold-rush town in Victoria New Zealand and the main seaport and town in the southeast of New Zealand's South Island. Nowadays, with the fading of the gold rush, many buildings and factories have been abandoned, but it does not affect the beauty of this seaside town! The abandoned industry did not make it desolate. Instead, it was the limestone building that was left in that era. It was preserved and became the symbol of Oamaru. It is probably named after the "White Rock Town", the clear sea breeze and the pure air. Let us enjoy a leisurely time here, and the sunset that happened by chance has become the most memorable memory of our travels!
Oamaru Lookout Point
Overlooking the entire sea at Omaru's observation deck, with sunny weather, blue water to the extreme, a red car parked on the side of the road, just props.
The viewing platform has a large lawn, and it is very uncomfortable for friends to relax, daze and sun in the sun. It is very pleasant. If you have time, I suggest staying here for an afternoon.
Omarrus White Rock Town
does not sound like a small town with people living,
but in fact it is a experience pavilion showing the style of the 19th century Oamaru town,
the venue is not big, but The sparrows are small and complete,
restores the small scenes of the barbershop, small theater, playground, school classroom, bar,
concentrated in a small piece of area.
And so many objects like antiques,
can be touched and played at will.
Small questioner at this age,
favorite to play is the play and role play,
so it is full of novelty for those weird objects.
In addition to this, there are some children's entertainment facilities similar to the game of building a farm,
children can play alone in the side.