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The City of Mount Gambier acknowledges the Boandik People as the traditional custodians of the land and water our city sits upon today.
We respect and recognise the deep feelings of attachment and the spiritual relationship Indigenous people have with the land and water.
The City of Mount Gambier Sport and Recreation Major Capital Works Program is now open for applications. The aim of the funding program is to foster and assist in the development and capital renewal of sport and recreation infrastructure within the City and is open to sport and recreation groups and organisations within Mount Gambier.
The large water catchment area at the Mount Gambier Railway Lands will be drained on Thursday 7 November 2019 as City of Mount Gambier work with staff from Natural Resources South East and the University of Tasmania to attempt to eradicate an invasive fish species called Gambusia.
The Mount Gambier Library Crochet Club are hosting the third annual exhibition with works on display and for sale this Saturday 9 November from 10:00am to 2:00pm and Sunday 10 November from 11:00am to 2:00pm.
The Riddoch & Main Corner Complex and Mount Gambier Library are hosting activities as part of National Recycling Week. The Planet Ark initiative is the annual opportunity for councils, workplaces, schools and individuals to brush ...
Mount Gambier welcomes this annual basketball tournament.
Party in the Park is a free event put on by the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West for the families and children of Mount Gambier and District following the conclusion of the Christmas Parade. This year will be the 23rd year running of the event.
Mount Gambier lies half way between Adelaide and Melbourne and 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. Whether you’re here to stay, or just passing through, enjoy the best of both worlds in Mount Gambier.
Perfectly centered between Adelaide and Melbourne.