Mount Gambier lies half way between Adelaide and Melbourne, but that’s not the only reason we’re perfectly centred. Mount Gambier strikes the ideal balance between the vibrant lifestyle of a big city and comforts of a small town, between cultural progress and tradition, and between modern conveniences and the preservation of natural beauty – be it our iconic blue lake, or our many caves, sinkholes and parks. Whether you’re here to stay, or just passing through, enjoy the best of both worlds in Mount Gambier.
The Umpherston Sinkhole (or the Sunken Garden) is one of the renowned gardens and caves located in the neighbourhoods of the Mount Gambier region.
Comprising of three craters, the Blue Lake Crater, the Valley Lake Crater and the Leg of Mutton Lake Crater.
A large complex of caves located beneath the streets of the city of Mount Gambier.
Perfectly centered between Adelaide and Melbourne.