Blue Lake

As one of the most-visited tourist spots in Mount Gambier, the Blue Lake is considered to be the gem of Mount Gambier’s tourist attractions. It...

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Umpherston-Sinkhole

Umpherston Sinkhole

The Umpherston Sinkhole (or the Sunken Garden) is one of the most spectacular gardens located in the Mount Gambier region. Umpherston sinkhole was once a typical limestone cave that formed by the corrosion of limestone...

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Hells Hole

Hells Hole

Mount Gambier is known as being the second most populous city in South Australia. Only a short distance from Mount Gambier is Hells Hole, a large sink-hole which has existed for thousands of years. Mount Gambier is no...

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Cave Gardens

Cave Gardens

Mount Gambier’s Cave Gardens are a great place to visit if you love nature and the outdoors. This beautiful garden offers a wide array of things to see, do and explore. Take a break from the sightseeing and historic...

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Tarpeena Fairytale Village

Tarpeena Fairytale Village

THIS ATTRACTION IS REPORTEDLY CLOSED In the picturesque town of Tarpeena, there’s a unique and amazing attraction known as the Tarpeena Fairytale Village. This conveniently located amusement venue is just 25 kms...

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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 entertainment and education venues. Though a variety of exhibitions and...

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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 best of what the Mount Gambier region has to offer. Engelbrecht Cave...

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Centenary Tower

Centenary Tower

Whilst visiting the wonderful Mount Gambier region, you should take a walk up to Centenary Tower to get the most scenic and panoramic views of Mount Gambier and the coast. The beautiful Centenary Tower is located 190...

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Valley Lake Wildlife Park

Valley Lake Wildlife Park

Mount Gambier is really a one-stop destination for outdoor activities. From cave tours, rock climbing, picnicking, hiking, trail walks and other family friendly activities, the options are endless. Apart from the famous...

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Lady Nelson Visitor Centre

Lady Nelson Visitor Centre

As a renowned and fully integrated visitor centre complex in Mount Gambier, the Lady Nelson Visitor Centre offers useful information about the attractions and cities of South Australia. Visitors get free admission to...

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Petticoat Lane

Petticoat Lane

Listed as one of South Australia’s State Heritage Sites, Petticoat Lane in Penola attracts tourists from all over the world all year round. This Lane is among the oldest streets, and as such, visitors should...

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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.

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