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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.
Construction on the Melaleuca Reserve Neighbourhood Pump Track located on the corner of Douglas Street and Pressey Street has now been completed. The new 91 metre looped neighbourhood pump track replaces the BMX dirt track formerly used at the reserve.
Two local lymphoedema advocates, a scout leader, a young humanitarian, a volunteer mental health and wellbeing coordinator and a recycled clothing event are among the 2021 City of Mount Gambier Australia Day Award winners.
Inspired by the origins of the colour blue and Mount Gambier’s iconic Blue Lake, ‘The Blue Exhibition’ is currently on display at The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre. Bringing together works from The Riddoch Collection ...
A bike pump and maintenance station has been installed at the Mount Gambier Railway Lands, enabling cyclists to undertake maintenance and repairs at a central and convenient location along the popular Rail Trail shared path.
Australia Day Breakfast and Awards at Cave Garden, Mount Gambier.
Fringe Mount Gambier takes place across various venues in Mount Gambier and surrounds. With live performances, visual arts, comedy, dance, music and more. Plus an online program delivered straight to your homes. Visit www.fringemountgambier.com.au.
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.