Riddoch Art Gallery

Riddoch Art Gallery

The Riddoch Art Gallery is one of the largest and finest art galleries in South Australia. The art gallery, which was opened in 1887 by John Riddoch...

Main Corner Complex

Main Corner Complex

Main Corner Complex is one of Mount Gambier’s newest attractions. This exciting modern building and garden houses several innovative...

Coorong National Park

Coorong National Park

Located southeast of Adelaide, Coorong National Park protects string of saltwater lagoons. The Park is considered an important archaeological...

Lower Glenelg National Park

Lower Glenelg National Park

The Lower Glenelg National Park is a national park in Western Victoria. The Glenelg River is the central feature of the park and provides great...

Piccaninnie Ponds

Piccaninnie Ponds

Both Ewens Ponds and Picaninnie Ponds are two popular freshwater diving sites in the south eastern region of Australia. At the Picaninnie Ponds, you...

Ewens Ponds

Ewens Ponds

Apart from the numerous caves, beaches and conservation parks in South Australia, you will also find few natural wonders as well. Ewens Ponds is one...

Princess Margaret Rose Cave

Princess Margaret Rose Cave

The Princess Margaret Rose Cave, known as the “Underground Wonderland” in the natural surroundings of the Lower Glenelg National Park, is the...

Engelbrecht Cave

Engelbrecht Cave

Renowned as one of the most fascinating cave sites in the Limestone Coast area, Engelbrecht Cave is a stunning nature spot where you will see the...

Little-Blue-Lake

Little Blue Lake

Mount Gambier’s Little Blue Lake is a popular tourist attraction in the Mount Gambier region. The Little Blue Lake is just 11km south west of Mount...

Big Lobster

Big Lobster

The Big Lobster, as the name suggests, is a popular sculpture of a huge red coloured spiny lobster and is located near the entrance of Kingston SE, a...

Mount Gambier Tourism & Accomodation in South Australia

Located amid the gorgeous limestone coast of South Australia, Mount Gambier is a must-see destination for any visitors to the southern coast of Australia. Located halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide, Mount Gambier is a popular tourism spot due to the unique natural environment.

With its stunning geographic features, scenic nature spots, lush pine forests, famous world-class wineries and a gorgeous coastline, there are so many things to see and do around Mount Gambier.

Mount Gambier is certainly a unique location for those visiting South Australia as there are many sightseeing opportunities and landmarks for travellers to experience.