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.
Hells Hole Sinkhole & Cave Diving Spot Mt Gambier, South Australia
Regulations apply and all people are required to have suitable qualifications and must obtain a permit from the attraction site first, before they can be granted full access to dive into Hells Hole. Permits for Hells Hole may be obtained emailing Forestry South Australia at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not diving, you are still welcome to walk to the sink-hole where you can gaze down from the platform above. There is no admission fee and access is theoretically available 24 hours a day, although this is a rural area and you may not see much after dusk. After parking in the small parking bay, walk past the gate for about 50 metres and you will find a narrow pathway on your left.