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Robe is a popular seaport and small town on the Limestone Coast in South Australia. Bordered by the gorgeous coastline of Guichen Bay, this beachside town has...

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Mount Gambier Towns

Mount Gambier has a number of beautiful townships within the region including wine towns, oceanside towns and sleepy country towns.

With gardens and caves to explore, there are some great places to stay whilst visiting Mount Gambier.

Mount Gambier Towns & Surrounding Area of the Limestone Coast, SA


Stay in Coonawarra which is the grape and wine region of South Australia. With numerous farmlands and a favourable climate, the wine region has the highest number of grape growing areas along the Limestone Coast. Coonawarra certainly has a reputation as one of Australia’s finest wine regions and is well known for producing world class red wines, in particular, Cabernet Sauvignon.

Penola is a quaint town located just 52 kilometres north of Mount Gambier. Penola is a thriving residential community and is most popularly known as the gateway to the Coonawarra Wine Region. If you are looking for a quiet weekend away within driving distance of Adelaide or Melbourne, then Penola is a great place to start.

Beachport is a wonderful seaside district in South Australia that has enormous appeal, great caravan park accommodation options and spectacular tourist attractions. Bordered by the gorgeous coastline, Beachport offers a multitude of coastal activities for visitors. Tourists often come here to relax in a tranquil beach-side environment while exploring the numerous attractions at the town centre during their beach holiday.

Being seaside town, Robe offers a number of accommodation and caravan park options which are set along the beautiful beachside. In addition, the city also has numerous historic places to see.

There are plenty of townships to explore around Mount Gambier, so come for a drive and explore the beautiful natural attractions.


Robe

Robe

Robe, South Australia

Robe is a popular seaport and small town on the Limestone Coast in South Australia. Bordered by the gorgeous coastline of Guichen Bay, this beachside town has served as a significant international port since the 19th...

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Penola

Penola, South Australia

Penola is a quaint town located just 388 kilometres south east of Adelaide and just 52 kilometres north of Mount Gambier. Penola is a thriving residential community and is most popularly known as the gateway to the...

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Beachport

Beachport

Beachport, South Australia

Beachport is a wonderful seaside town in South Australia that is approximately 385 km from the city of Adelaide. This beach-side town has enormous appeal, great caravan park accommodation options and spectacular tourist...

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Port Macdonnell

Port Macdonnell

Port MacDonnell, South Australia

Port MacDonnell is a popular town within South Australia as it has a number of scenic attractions. Renowned as the town of the largest lobster fishing fleet in SA, Port MacDonnell is the southernmost town in South...

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Naracoorte

Naracoorte

Naracoorte, South Australia

Naracoorte is one of the most well known towns within the Limestone Coastal region of South Australia. The Naracoorte accommodation & caravan park options give you full access to this historic town, which is a...

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Mount Schank

Mount Schank

Mount Schank, South Australia

Mount Schank is a dormant volcanic crater located in the south-eastern region of South Australia, close to Mount Gambier. The place was named after Admiral John Schank, who was actually a designer of Jame’s...

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Millicent

Millicent

Millicent, South Australia

With verdant parklands and numerous farms and timber industries, Millicent is one of the major town centres on the south coast of South Australia. Located towards the south eastern region of Adelaide and approximately...

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Coonawarra

Coonawarra

Coonawarra, South Australia

Known as the grape and wine county of South Australia, Coonawarra is a quaint town located approximately 380km from Adelaide. With numerous farmlands and a favourable climate, the wine region has the highest number of...

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Carpenter Rocks

Carpenter Rocks

Carpenter Rocks, South Australia

Carpenter Rocks is a quaint little beach town located approximately 36 km towards the southwest of Mount Gambier. Renowned for its rocky coastlines and views of the magnificent Southern Ocean, Carpenter Rocks is an...

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Glencoe

Glencoe

Glencoe, South Australia

Located on a picturesque landscape of South Australia, Glencoe is a quaint town with a few interesting things to see and do. The city is approximately 25 km from the Mount Gambier district. Initially, the township had...

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Tarpeena

Tarpeena

Tarpeena, South Australia

Mount Gambier and its neighbourhood offer some of the most popular scenic spots in South Australia. Whilst some of them boast a number of breathtaking lakes and conservation parks, many offer gorgeous volcanic...

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Southend

Southend

Southend, South Australia

Southend was the first seaport point in South Australia. Nestled in a picturesque location on the Southern Ports Highway, Southend is a quaint holiday village with numerous things to see and do. Staying at one of the...

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Mil Lel

Mil Lel

Mil Lel, South Australia

Mil Lel is a small town located near the east side of Mount Gambier, Suttontown and Worrolong. With few touristy attractions, this South Australian town is a beautiful location in the Mount Gambier region. The town has...

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tantanoola

Tantanoola

Tantanoola, South Australia

Popular for the Tantanoola Tiger and the Tantanoola Caves, Tantanoola is a conveniently located area off the Princes Highway along the Limestone Coast. Often termed as the ‘Jewel of the South East’, the...

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Struan House

Struan

Struan, South Australia

The quaint and picturesque Struan community lies on one edge of the Limestone Coast area in SA. Renowned for its horseback riding activities, this community in South Australia is mostly visited by adventure lovers. With...

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Kingston SE

Kingston SE

Kingston SE, South Australia

Kingston SE is a quaint town located towards the southeastern region of Adelaide. The town is approximately 300kms from the capital of South Australia and almost 45 km from the township of Robe. Nearby attractions...

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Kalangadoo

Kalangadoo

Kalangadoo, South Australia

Located about 17kms from Penola, Kalangadoo just a short drive for visitors where they can check out a range of historic landmarks and attractions. Those planning to drive to Kalangadoo from Millicent, simply take the...

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Lucindale

Lucindale

Lucindale, South Australia

Located amid the picturesque landscapes of the Limestone Coast in SA, Lucindale is a popular and vibrant community known for its charming beauty and scenic attractions. This small country town boasts a number of...

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Nangwarry

Nangwarry

Nangwarry, South Australia

Nangwarry is a small agricultural town situated towards the southern side of Penola (adjacent to the popular Riddoch Highway). Visitors to Penola should also come to Nangwarry for a tour and for those visiting...

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Furner

Furner

Furner, South Australia

The Furner township was established in 1886. Gradually, this small South Australian town developed and became economically strong. This historic town was named after a member of Wallaroo, Mr. Luke Liddiard Furner. Mr...

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