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Mt Gambier, which is situated about 450 km southeast of Adelaide and around 17 km from the Victorian border, lies on the slopes of Mount Gambier (volcano). Mt Gambier is known for its volcanic and limestone features, including the beautiful Blue Lake, one of the must-visit spots in the city.

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Top attractions in Mount Gambier

Cave Gardens

Address: Mount Gambier SA 5290, Australia

Drive into the centre of the city and you'll find yourself in Cave Gardens. The place features a sinkhole that was the prime source of water for early settlers. While you're here you can admire the beauty and importance of the place as you scan Cave Gardens from viewing areas above or enter the cave and wander out onto the suspended viewing platforms to catch a majestic view into the cave. And it comes as quite a surprise, but Cave Gardens is also famous for its roses. They have the loveliest kinds and you can enjoy the sight of them as you have a picnic on the grounds.

Dingley Dell Conservation Park

Address: Mount Gambier SA 5290, Australia

One of you might have a flair for poetry. In that case, I've got just the place for you! Your next destination is Dingly Dell Conservation Park, a quaint bushland where you'll find Adam Lindsay Gordon's cottage. Now, Mr. Gordon happens to be one of the most famous Aussie poets and he lived in Dingley Dell from 1864 to 1867 where he immersed himself in his two greatest loves, horses and writing. Take a walk through his cottage (which is now a museum of sorts) to see just how fascinating this man's life was. Get to see his personal belongings and read his very own works. It's open for tours 10am to 4pm every day so there's no reason for you to miss it.

Centenary Tower

Here at Centenary Tower, you'll get to have spectacular views of the lakes, the city and the exquisite countryside, all 190 metres above sea level. The tower was opened in 1904 and it includes a wide range of early photographs of the Lakes area. If you want a god's-eye-view of the city, Centenary Tower is your ticket.