Located on the Limestone Coast, Mount Gambier is a city that is surrounded by a unique and ancient landscape. Volcanic craters, lakes, limestone and mysterious underground waterways a a plenty an the caves and sinkholes attracted thousands of adventurous visitors each year.
The Blue Lake is the source of the cities water and is one of the lakes within the three craters of the extinct volcano. Each year in November, it mysteriously changes colour from the deep blue to an unbelievable turquoise blue. In March each year it slowly begins to make the change back to its darker colour.
Mount gambier has 6 Hotels, 20 Motels, 6 Caravan Parks as well as plenty of cottages and B&B’s, so what ever your requirements, they have something for you whilst you explore the surrounding region.
Plan your trip before you go by checking out the Mount Gambier’s website.
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