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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.
Mount Gambier has been crowned the 2019 KESAB Sustainable Communities (Tidy Towns) winner following on site judging last month. Mount Gambier was up against three other South Australian finalists including Whyalla, Streaky Bay and Kimba. Following the visits KESAB judge Alex Hammett recommended to the KESAB Board that Mount Gambier be crowned the overall South Australian winner.
Mount Gambier Library will celebrate its 10th birthday on Tuesday 17 December 2019 with a host of activities for the community to enjoy between 10:00am and 11:30am.
Construction of the Mount Gambier Pump Track is nearing completion at Hastings Cunningham Reserve following weeks of construction by local trades, City of Mount Gambier depot staff and contractors Velosolutions. The construction site fencing will ...
City of Mount Gambier has collaborated with renowned projection art creators Illuminart to deliver ‘12 Nights of Christmas’ with projections set to light up the Cave Garden precinct. The festive sound and light show will ...
Christmas is always a special season as a generosity of spirit descends on our city.
Join us in the Dress Circle on the anniversary of South Australian women winning the right to vote. Free entry. 6.30pm.
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.