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Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass
"With the Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass you can see Australia’s best attractions at your own pace. There are more than 140 attractions and activities to choose from allowing you to create your own itinerary and save up to 50% on top attractions tours museums venues and more in Australia’s most popular destinations – Sydney Melbourne
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Great Ocean Road Helicopter Tour Including 12 Apostles and London Bridge
"A helicopter tour from Victoria’s Great Ocean Road offers you a unique opportunity to see the 12 Apostles Shipwreck Coast and Port Campbell National Park from the air.  You'll fly in one the newest fleet of luxury helicopters in Australia. While aboard the helicopter tour over the Great Ocean Road you'll enjoy informative commentary on the unique rock formations and history of the Shipwreck Coast from your experienced pilots. Flights depart throughout the day on demand and require a minimum of two passengers and maximum of seven. Groups of Loch Ard Gorge The Sentinel The Arch and London Bridge"
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Great Ocean Road Sunset Tour from Melbourne
"Departing Melbourne at around 10am (April to October) or 11am (November- March) we enjoy panoramic views of the city and Port Phillip Bay as you cross the Westgate Bridge Australia’s longest at just under 2.6 kilometres in length.Pass by and learn a little about Victoria’s second largest city Geelong as you make your way towards the Surf Coast with its enchanting beach side towns and powerful swells.Take a brief stop at the town of Anglesea for a chance to walk alongside the beautiful Anglesea River
From AUD115.00

More Things to Do in Mount Gambier

UMPHERSTON SINKHOLE & GARDEN

THIS IS A MUST SEE IN MT. GAMBIERA Mr. James Umpherston had this large hole/cave beside his home. What to do with it? Make a garden of course, and so the stunning Cave Garden was built. In the 1800's...
balhannah
Sep 21, 2012

OLD WAGON

Another interesting display at the Umpherston Sinkhole, was of an old Wagon. This wagon was built by James Keegan of Mt Gambier in 1911 at a cost of £80 ($160)Originally is was an Army Surplus...
balhannah
Sep 21, 2012

'ASH WEDNESDAY" SEATING

In 1983, Australia experienced one of the worst Bushfires in history, one which will always be remembered as the "Ash Wednesday Fire."In the Umpherstone Sinkhole Park where you can enjoy a picnic, I...
balhannah
Sep 21, 2012

UMPHERSTON SINKHOLE SCULPTURE

The Umpherston Sinkhole park is located right beside the highway. There was parking beside the highway, so this is where we stopped.Just a we entered the Park, we came across an unusual sculpture,...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

THE ODEON THEATRE

The Odeon Theatre, a style of Theatre I can remember well! This one was known originally as the Capitol Theatre when it opened on 4th April 1928. I can imagine how "posh" it must have been as seating...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

VANSITTART PARK

Vansittart park was where I found some more beautiful gardens.The gardens included flower beds and a very nice Rose garden, a large playground with picnic area and shelter, and a War Memorial. The...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012
 
 
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THE OLD TOWN HALL

The Old Town Hall has a clock tower and is a beautiful complex of old buildings in the city centre of Mt. Gambier. No longer is it the Town Hall, but now is used as a Community Arts Centre. This huge...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

ENGELBRECHT CAVE

Engelbrecht Cave, another Cave we stopped at in Mt. Gambier. In case you aren't aware, Mt. Gambier and the South East of Australia are honeycombed with caves. This huge complex of limestone caves...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

SAINT PAULS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

Not much I can tell you about St Pauls Roman Catholic Church, only that it's another building with beautiful architecture, built in 1855. It has a castellated tower on the right hand side of the...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

GARDINER FOUNTAIN

The Gardiner Fountain is quite an attractive fountain, that was presented by Captain Gardiner, the late grandfather of the late Sir Robert Helpmann, to the people of Mount Gambier in 1884. The...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

THE ROSE GARDENS

If you are a lover of Roses, which I am, then make sure you check out the lovely Rose gardens by the City Cave garden. The first Rose was planted here in 1909. I was here in May, and the Roses were in...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

MT. GAMBIER CIVIC CENTRE

The Civic centre is a stunning newish building located next to the city cave gardens. The Sir Robert Helpmann theatre complex in the Civic centre, is where dance and local talent galas are often held....
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

THE CAVE GARDENS

The sight of the Cave Gardens might come as a shock to you, as they are located right in the city centre. This sinkhole was used by the original settlers for water. Water was raised from the hole in a...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

HISTORIC HOTELS IN MT. GAMBIER

There are quite a few lovely, historic Hotels in Mt. Gambier. The first one I came across, was Mac's Hotel at 21 Bay Road. This Hotel was built in 1881, and in 1903, the pretty lacework railings on...
balhannah
Sep 20, 2012

Top Hotels in Mount Gambier

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201 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier, SA 5290, Australia
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Nelson Road, Mount Gambier, South Australia, 5290, Australia
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140 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier, South Australia, 5290, Australia
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1 Jubilee Highway East (Corner Penola Road), Mount Gambier, 5290, Australia
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15 Helen Street, Mount Gambier, 5290, Australia
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96 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier, South Australia, 5290, Australia
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