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Only one hour's drive North of Mount Gambier is the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves. You can loose yourself in any one of the many caves they have, or simply stroll through any of the above ground displays
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What comes to mind when you think of Mount Gambier? Sure, there's the lake but do you know about the caves, national parks and other natural phenomenons?
Add these to your bucket list.
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Now the weather is warming up down here, why not try doing some of this for yourself. The hardest part will be choosing which one(s) to call in to
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If you feel that the drive from your home to Mount Gambier is too far, why not fly here and rent a car - their are many to choose from at the airport here.
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Google Mount Gambier’s top attractions and our ‘hot spot’ appears: The Blue Lake. The region itself is famous for its limestone, volcanic landscape and crater lakes. Yet, the Blue Lake is the one most people know about. The lake itself has more to offer than just a backdrop for pretty pictures.

Read this week’s article on why there’s more to Mount Gambier than just the Blue Lake.

http://motelmg.com.au/why-mount-gambier-is-so-much-more-than-a-blue-lake/
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A waterfall right in the middle of Mount Gambier - Cave Gardens. A good reason to visit us now as it is a sight that you are very unlikely to see in Summer.
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On the Melbourne to Mount Gambier road, why not call into Darriwill Farm Store? Here you can get not only the fresh off-the-farm food itself, but crockery and the like as well.
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Just South of Mount Gambier you will find Ewens Ponds, a series of freshwater pools filled with water that has travelled for hundreds of years underground; it is some of the clearest water you have ever peered through.
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Thanks to Ashley Sampson; as seen on a farm not far from Mount Gambier. The old and the new all using the same free source of power
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70 Km North of Mount Gambier you will find Father Woods Park. This is a collection of beautifully carved representations of people connected with Sister Mary MacKillop, Australia's first Saint.
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