Lake Bonney

Lake Bonney is a picturesque freshwater lake tucked away in the Limestone Coast of South Australia. The lake, which is also known as Canunda or...

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Racecourse Bay

Racecourse Bay

Racecourse Bay, SA

The Racecourse Bay is a destination in South Australia best loved for its scenic views of the Southern Ocean (also referred to as the Great Australian Bight). This locality is 25 kilometres south of Mount Gambier...

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Umpherston Sinkhole

Umpherston Sinkhole

Mt Gambier, South Australia

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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Tantanoola Caves

Tantanoola Caves

Tantanoola, South Australia

The Tantanoola Caves are named after the town of Tantanoola. Known for its scenic beauty, the Tantanoola Caves are one of the most-visited destinations in South Australia. These caves are the only wheelchair accessed...

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The Barn


Mt Gambier, South Australia

The Barn is a beautiful modern property providing accommodation, steakhouse and catering services. It is located among landscaped gardens near Mount Gambier. The Barn is located in the fertile Limestone Coast region of...

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Lake Robe SA

Lake Robe

Robe, SA

Lake Robe is a stunning saline lake that is located within the Lake Robe Game Reserve, about six kilometres from the town of Robe in South Australia. The lake is well-preserved thanks to conservation efforts. It remains...

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Herbert Vineyard

Herbert Vineyard

Mount Gambier, SA

Herbert Vineyard is a beautiful vineyard located on the outskirts of Mount Gambier. It is best known for producing premium award-winning wines – definitely a must-visit destination for any wine connoisseur...

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Princess Margaret Rose Cave

Princess Margaret Rose Cave

Mumbannar, VIC

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

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Engelbrecht Cave

Engelbrecht Cave

Mt Gambier, South Australia

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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Oatmill Cinema

Oatmill Cinema

Mt Gambier, South Australia

Moviegoers will fall in love with Mount Gambier’s Oatmill Cinema. Get away from the big cinema chains and experience movies at this local favourite. You can see all the latest films in this cinema located right in...

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Piccaninnie Ponds

Piccaninnie Ponds

Wye, South Australia

Both Ewens Ponds and Picaninnie Ponds are two popular freshwater diving sites in the southeastern region of Australia. At the Picaninnie Ponds, you can dive or snorkel across the chasm and down to check out underwater...

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Mount Gambier, Limestone Coast Tourism to Adelaide, 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 tourist spot due to the unique natural environment.

With its stunning geographic features, scenic nature spots, lush pine forests, world-famous wineries and 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 - with many sightseeing opportunities, landmarks and activities for travellers to fully experience.