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Welcome to

Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier is the major service centre for the Limestone Coast. A thriving progressive community, residents enjoy a quality lifestyle, with city facilities and services, many attractions, a wide range of accommodation, shopping and entertainment are surrounded by volcanic craters, lakes, limestone and underground aquifers.

Mount Gambier is famous for its “Blue Lake” which changes colour dramatically each year. It is just one of three lakes within the volcanic crater. The city also boasts beautiful parks and gardens, caves and sinkholes. An interesting mix of galleries, museums and markets provides an insight into the culture and arts of the town. With fresh local food and wines available at many cafes and restaurants everyone’s tastes are catered for. Mount Gambier’s location half way between Adelaide and Melbourne makes it an ideal stopover for travellers to and from Kangaroo Island, The Great Ocean Road or the Grampians, it is

also a perfect destination for longer stays to enjoy the natural and cultural beauty of the surrounding region, the caves and sinkholes, coastline, rivers, lakes and wineries. Mount Gambier is perfectly positioned to host events and conferences. With many conference and meeting facilities as well as outstanding sporting and recreational facilities it is an ideal location for conferences, sporting events, trade shows and conventions. Accommodation includes 19 Motels, 7 Hotels, 6 Caravan Parks as well as many Bed & Breakfasts.


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Situated in one of three extinct volcanic craters, the Blue Lake exposes the crystal clear water that has filtered underground through the limestone, passing slowly beneath the city. Each year in November the lake starts its colour change from winter steel blue to brilliant turquoise blue and then in March changes back to steel blue. Many theories have been advanced about this mystery. With average depths of 70 metres, the lake contains 36,000 million litres (ML). It is the source of water to the city 3,700 ML is pumped annually from the lake into holding tanks which gravity feed water to the city and surrounds. No swimming or diving is permitted. The Blue Lake and the Crater Lakes area is a significant site within the Kanawinka Geopark and is a State Heritage Area. The Blue Lake Reception Centre provides public facilities and a comprehensive interpretation of the volcanic area.

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Things

to see and do When visiting Mount Gambier, make your first stop at ‘The Lady Nelson’ Visitor Centre. The friendly staff will help you get the most out of your stay in Mount Gambier. Aquifer Tours (Blue Lake Tour) Tours down into the crater of the Blue Lake operate from the Reception Centre. The 3.6 km road and walking track around the circumference of the lake provides access to many viewing points, the underpass between the Blue Lake and the Leg of Mutton Lake offers great views of both areas. Experience this fascinating 45 minute tour which takes visitors in a glass paneled lift down the original dolomite well shaft, from which water was originally extracted. Walk through a tunnel to see the Blue Lake at close proximity. Learn about the hydrology of Mount Gambier’s water supply and the aquifer system. Hear the interesting stories of local history, European settlement, folklore and aboriginal legend. Souvenirs, local crafts and refreshments available.

Umpherston Sinkhole Once a cave, formed through the dissolution of the limestone, this sinkhole was created when the top of the chamber fell to the floor of the cave, creating the perfect environment for its “sunken” garden. Originally beautified by James Umpherston around 1886, it is open at all times and from dusk each evening the area comes alive with possums as they venture into the floodlit gardens to feed. A large undercover shelter with group seating and free BBQ is provided. Free of charge entry.

Engelbrecht Cave Tour This huge complex of limestone caves under the city was first explored around 1884. Cave divers, who have undertaken intense training, regularly explore this site and have provided maps showing the extent of this underground cave system. Check at “The Lady Nelson” for a schedule of tours which take visitors down into two of the chambers where divers enter the water to dive under the city. Learn how caves are formed and how the underground water filters through the limestone, making its way to the Blue Lake.

The Crater Lakes Comprising of three craters, the Blue Lake Crater, the Valley Lake Crater and the Leg of Mutton Lake Crater, this area is a significant site within the Kanawinka Geopark.

Valley Lake The Valley Lake is very popular all year round with excellent playground and recreational areas. With well kept picnic areas, 16 free gas barbecues, covered shelters, large grassed areas, it can cater for many families. Nearby is Browne’s Lake which is again suffering from a fall in the water level as it did in 1841. Free of charge entry.


Centenary Tower From the car park, walk to Centenary Tower,190 metres above sea level for spectacular views of the lakes, the City and the beautiful countryside. Opened in 1904, a small fee provides entry to the tower which includes an extensive display of early photographs of the Crater Lakes area. Souvenirs and refreshments are also available. Binoculars are supplied. The tower is open when the flag is flying. The foundation stone for the tower was laid on December 3rd, 1900, to commemorate the 100 years since Mount Gambier was sighted and named by Lt. James Grant aboard ”The Lady Nelson”. Illuminated at night, the tower can be seen from many points in the City and surrounding district.

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Cave Garden - State Heritage Area This sinkhole was the original source of water for the early settlers. Famous for its roses, the Cave Garden is a great place for a picnic. Walk down into the cave and venture out onto the suspended viewing platforms for an awesome view into the cave. During winter, storm water run-off makes its way to the cave forming a spectacular waterfall. It eventually enters the underground water system which possibly feeds into the Blue Lake. With its spectacular lighting, Cave Garden is well worth a visit at night.


Heritage

Sites

Take in the beauty of Mount Gambier’s Heritage Buildings constructed from local limestone and the unique pink to orange dolomite which is cut from local quarries. Stroll around the Old Town Hall precinct, with its old world charm and the re-developed modern City Hall which overlooks the Cave Gardens.

The Goal Built in 1866, the former Mount Gambier Goal was operational up to 1995. Today it is available for budget accommodation with a difference.

The Glencoe Woolshed Glencoe Station was subdivided for closer settlement in 1903. The town of Glencoe grew around the Woolshed, which has been restored to its original splendor by the National Trust. The Woolshed, built in 1863 by Leake Bros, features cathedral like arched Blackwood beams inside and roof timbers marked with Roman numerals. 38 blade shearers operated in the shed, and it was never mechanized.

Mount Gambier Community RSL The collection of Military Memorabilia housed at the clubrooms in Sturt Street, is one of Australasia’s best RSL collections and includes artifacts, items and photographs from 1815 to the Vietnam War.

Nangwarry Forestry & Logging Museum

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The Museum presents the history of forestry through the ages.

Port MacDonnell & District Maritime Museum A small museum with large a display covering 30 ships that were wrecked on the coast. View a collection of maritime artifacts and discover the early history of Port MacDonnell and information on the current local fishing industry.

Dingley Dell, Adam Lindsay Gordon’s Cottage Home of Adam Lindsay Gordon from 1864-67. See some of the works and personal effects of Adam Lindsay Gordon, Australia’s first poet and horseman extraordinaire. Take a short walk through Dingley Dell Conservation Park to see an abundance of wildlife.

National Trust Old Court House A limestone and dolomite building with original courtroom furniture, take time out and sit in the jury box, view the judge’s chambers and inspect the cells. This fascinating 1865 Court House incorporates local history, past law records and photographic representations of past events. Mock Trials are available by appointment only and are popular with coach and school groups.

Admella Discovery Trail A heritage and nature based touring route, 130 kms in and around Mount Gambier. Passing through Robe, Beachport, Millicent, Carpenter Rocks, Port MacDonnell to Mount Gambier and on to Nelson and Portland following 21 maritime themed interpretive trail markers which emotively recount the tale of the Wreck of The Admella. Ask at Visitor Information Centres for a map of the Trail.

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Heritage Walks

& Drives City Centre Heritage Walk

Takes you through the city centre and its historic buildings, a brochure is available. Information and images are located on red gum bollards at the front of each building.

Templar Terrace Walk Covers a triangular section of the city encompassing the area between Bay Road, Lake Terrace West and O’Halloran Terrace. Highlights include the Helpmann Home, the birthplace of Sir Robert Helpmann and also the Old and New Courthouses.

North & South Drive Covers a more extensive area than the walks, for those wanting to drive the historical areas. For more walks available and an information booklet, drop into ‘The Lady Nelson’ Visitor and Discovery Centre.

Food &

Wine Succulent seafood, fresh herbs, meat and game, fruit, berries, boutique cheeses, indigenous spices there is something to satisfy everyone’s tastes, the rich, fertile volcanic soil provides food rich in intensity and flavour. Fine dining to casual eateries, gourmet food shops and markets with local homemade goodies you’ll find it all in Mount Gambier.

Useful

Numbers Medical Centres Ferrers Medical Clinic 2-4 Wehl Street North Phone: 08 8725 4261

Hawkins Medical Centre

Emergency

Services Emergency 000 Hospital 08 8721 1200 Police 08 8735 1020/13 14 44

30 Sturt Street Phone: 08 8725 5266

Dental Clinics Helen Street Dental Clinic 31 Helen Street Phone: 08 8725 2441

Hawkins Centre Dental Practice 30 Sturt Street Phone: 08 8725 5266


Calendar of

Events

MARCH

JULY

DECEMBER

Clean up Australia Day Blue Lake Country Music Festival SA Womens State Eight Ball Carnival Harmony Day Mount Gambier Greyhound Races – Gold Cup

History & Genealogy Expo

Mitre 10 Christmas Twilight Race Day Motorcycle Riders & SE Register Annual Toy Run The RSL Mount Gambier Classic Athletics Meet Blue Lake Y Swim Club Blue Lake Carols Mount Gambier Racing Club Twilight Meeting Borderline Speedway Sprint Car Racing New Years Eve Celebration

APRIL Youth Week – Flamin’ Youth Festival Mount Gambier Pony Club Annual One Day Event Savings & Loans Mount Gambier Family Fun Day

EASTER EVENTS Borderline Speedway - Easter Sprintcar Classics McNamara Park Easter Cup – Racing Blue Lake Golf Club – Easter Tournament Mount Gambier Pony Club Annual One Day Event Mount Gambier Show Jumping Easter Carnival Crater City Kennel Club Easter Champion Dog Show

MAY Generations in Jazz Scott Group of Companies Gold Cup Carnival Dairy SA Innovation Day Annual McNamara Park Seniors Road Race

JUNE Reconciliation Week SA vs VIC BMX Club Championships South Eastern National Highland Dancing Championships SA Eight Ball Carnival (Mens) 2011 Darts Country Championships South East Radio Group Annual Convention Mount Gambier - SA Motorcross Titles Swinging with the Stars Mayoral Gala Performance

AUGUST Anglican Church Fair Carlin & Gazzard MTG Horse Trails Limestone Coast Showcase MTG A & H Society Horse Show TafeSA Hairdressing Competition

SEPTEMBER Teagles Excavations Off Road Pines Enduro at Millicent Rotary Careers Expo Mount Gambier Orchid Society Spring Show Mount Gambier Pony Club Horse Trials Paws around the Blue Lake Annual Spring Golf Tournament

OCTOBER Celebrate Seniors Masters of Mac Park International Women’s Tennis Tournament Alex Roberts 100 Mile Cycling Classic Annual Mil Lel A&H Show The Worlds Greatest Pram Stroll Mount Gambier A&H - 3 Day Show Crater City Championships Dog Show Mount Gambier Autofest

NOVEMBER Legend of the Lakes Hill Climb Mount Gambier Annual Christmas Parade Blue Lake Brass Band Festival Mount Gambier City Fun Run Mount Gambier Junior Basketball Tournament

MARKETS Mount Gambier Rotary Community Market Every Saturday. Jubilee Highway East

Molony’s Market and Arts Centre Open Saturday and Sunday. 155 Commercial Street West

Limestone Coast Food Group Farmers Market Market held at various locations within Limestone Coast Region

Nangula Market Held on the 2nd Sunday morning of every month from February to December. Princes Highway


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