Kingston, also known as the "Water City" because of its location at the junction of the Great Lakes, was a well-known waterway fortress long ago. There are many yachts moored on Kingston's shore.
Hobart is a city with many deep-water conditions, but it also encounters several relatively long beaches occasionally. As the city beach in Australia's southernmost corner, you can see some enthusiasts sailing yachts idly and dazed.
It's a quiet resort with less tourists, mainly Australian locals. The environment is natural and the supply of materials is adequate. There is a small supermarket. What attracts me most is the kangaroo that appears on the beach in the morning, the blues.
Like sitting at the seaside quietly watching seagulls and cruise ships, seagulls are not afraid of people, very pleasant.
In addition to the water, the lake beach has no seaweed. I really can't see that it's not the same as the sea. There are seagulls, waves and sandy coastline. It's a long way to go, and it's also a shallow water area.
Like a big lake where the sea can't see the margin, the water is fine fresh water sand. It has waves but no smell of sea. It's not full of algae.
On a beautiful little bay, the water is not too clear, but there is no wind and waves. It's very suitable for swimming and playing with water, and sometimes there are waterbirds swimming in front of you.
On one side of the sea, on the other side of the lake, the southernmost lighthouse, the road is far from the dirt road, but it is worth it.