Category: BEST TOURIST SPOTS

Princess Margaret Rose Cave

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Come and wonder at Mother Nature’s gifts, see stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, rimstone pools, cave coral and many other amazing formations in an ‘underground wonderland’. Fee applies

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Tantanoola Cave

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A guide introduces the cave, and then you are free to wander and take in the natural beauty of this cave. This highly decorated dolomite cave is popular for those who do not usually enjoy the underground experience as the entrance opens up into a huge single chamber. Wheelchair access is provided.

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Nangwarry Forestry & Logging Museum

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The museum collection includes old logging machinery including the first ever log harvester in the south-east, old swing saws, and original log truck and photos and documents that give you an insight into the culture of the times. Open Sundays and public holidays, or by appointment.

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2. The Blue Lake and Aquifer Tours

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The Blue Lake is situated in one of three extinct volcanic craters and exposes the crystal clear water that has filtered underground through the limestone, passing slowly beneath the city. Beautiful all year round, in November the lake starts to change colour from winter steel blue to brilliant turquoise blue and then in March changes […]

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3. Valley Lake Precinct

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Drive down into the Valley Lake area and enjoy the free Wildlife Conservation Park, Centenary Tower, nature walks, free BBQs and adventure playground. It is an ideal place for families to enjoy many hours of fun and discovery.

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4. Umpherston Sinkhole

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The lush beauty of the Umpherston Sinkhole, also known as the sunken garden, has to be seen to be believed. Appreciate its size and depth from the viewing platforms at the top of the sinkhole. The resident colony of possums makes an appearance at dusk and enjoys being fed fresh fruit. There is an on-site […]

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5. Engelbrecht Cave

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Deep underneath Mount Gambier is this unique cave with its interesting local history. Take a guided tour to learn about the underground water system and how and why qualified cave divers swim through the water filled passages under the streets and roads of Mount Gambier. Fee applies. Café on site.

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