Visitors get free admission to the theatre screens showcasing the film “Across the Green Triangle” throughout the day. The film is an informational documentary that depicts the history, industries and stories about Mount Gambier and its surroundings.
Lady Nelson Visitor Information Centre Tourist & Discovery Centre
Today, the Lady Nelson discovery centre in Mt Gambier assists approximately 80,000 visitors every year. The Lady Nelson Visitor Centre offers detailed and personalised information on activities and attractions in and around the Limestone Coast and Mount Gambier area.
Apart from the services, the Lady Nelson also offers some attractions for visitors. The Lady Nelson has an ossified skull of Simosthenurus occidental on display, which is an extinct kangaroo species of South Australia.
Visitors can walk on the glass floor to see the illuminated fossil rocks beneath them. The visitor centre also has an under-sea world, where visitors can check out the interactive displays and marine creatures.
Another point of interest is the Wetlands, where you can learn about prehistoric animals and civilizations. There is also a geology room where visitors can catch a glimpse of the neon volcanic explosion.