Mount Gambier Attractions

Situated in Lower Glenelg National Park amidst the depths of the pine forest is Hells Hole - a circular sinkhole filled with magnificently deep blue hued water. Enthusiastic divers take to the waters ...
Also known as The Sunken Garden, Umpherston Sinkhole was created through the dissolution of a limestone cave, standing as one of the nation's most beautiful marriages of man and nature. After the cave...
Occupying one of the extinct volcano craters of Mount Gambier, Blue Lake is the making of something magical. The city's natural reservoir, has an area of 70 hectares and an average depth of 77metres. ...
floodlit at night.
tours available
Handmade collection of story book characters
A terraced garden around a natural cave, once the source of the town's water supply.
The theatre is named after the late Sir Robert Helpmann, a world renowned performer. He was born in Mount Gambier before pursuing an international career as an actor, dancer, choreographer and directo...
Contains the original Courthouse furniture and other interesting items.
Heritage Centre National Trust
Contains a wealth of historical and environmental information on the discovery of Mount Gambier as well as a full scale replica of the survey vessel "The Lady Nelson". Winner of numerous major Tourism...