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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.
In conjunction with eNVIsion Limestone Coast, the Mount Gambier Library last weekend hosted GovHack, an open data competition ran simultaneously across Australia and New Zealand. While the name of the competition may lead people to believe that it is solely for the tech savvy, the sixth Mount Gambier GovHack saw participants deliver entries that required a variety of skill sets from coding to singing.
Entries are now open for the 2019 NF McDonnell and Sons Mount Gambier Christmas Parade. This year’s event will be held on Saturday 16 November and is celebrating 60 years since the first parade was held in the City in 1959.
The site for the new Community and Recreation Hub at Olympic Park, between Margaret Street and O’Halloran Terrace, will require the unavoidable displacement of a number of tenants occupying Council owned assets. As the project ...
City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin and CEO Andrew Meddle joined Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell and District Council of Grant Deputy Mayor Gill Clayfield and acting CEO Jane Fetherstonhaugh for a meeting ...
The Pines Enduro was first held in 1978 and has grown to become the premier spectator off road event on the calendar.
The 2019 Mount Gambier Horse Trials will see 170 horses converge on the Mount Gambier & Districts Pony Club grounds.
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.