Mount Gambier – Umpherston Sinkhole Cave

Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier has about 24,000 inhabitants and is the largest city in the southeastern part of South Australia. It is located 30 km inland halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne and is well known for its volcanic lakes  especially the Blue Lake, which lives up to its name in the warmer months of the year with a very spectacular blue colour.

Other attractions are definitely the Sinkholes (subsidence, most of which were converted into beautiful gardens) as well as the many caves.

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What you can do in your free time:

  • Local attractions to visit (Blue Lake, Centenary Tower, caves, sinkholes)
  • Game park
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Canoeing
  • Bowling
  • Visit museums
  • Swimming
  • Visit markets
  • Almost any kind of sport (tennis, hockey, golf, athletics, football, etc.)

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