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The City of Mount Gambier resolved to allocate $30,000 from its budget to prepare documentation for a proposed multifunctional indoor recreation and aquatic centre at its monthly meeting last night. Planning will include the revision of a feasibility study and concept plans, facility management options and a ratepayer impact report, including initial engagement with various stakeholder groups.
City of Mount Gambier outdoor staff are removing the remains of a large fallen Claret Ash tree in the Cave Garden this morning. The 70 year old tree was 20 metres high and succumbed to wind gusts of more than 70 kilometres an hour on Sunday morning following a storm that hit the city on Saturday night.
The Cave Garden and surrounding venues are set to come alive next weekend as the Fringe in Mount Gambier program heats up on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 March. A huge array of local and ...
The City of Mount Gambier is undertaking public consultation on five proposed By-Laws to replace existing By-Laws which will expire on 1 January 2019. By-Laws enable Council to regulate activities within the Council area that ...
Did you see Mount Gambier featured on SA Weekender? - Take a look at this clip! SA Weekender presenter Kelly discovers Umpherston Sinkhole with photographer and visual artist Ockert le Roux. This is one of a few segments about tourism in our region to be featured on the Channel 7 program in coming weeks.
#earthhour is this Saturday - City of Mount Gambier will again participate by turning the lights off at major Council buildings and attractions at 8:30pm. The community is encouraged to get involved and switch off lights at home to support
Join us this Friday for the Fringe in #mountgambier Lift-Off Street Party in the #cavegarden and Commercial Street. Entry is free! Come back on Saturday for the Showcase Event from 9am til late. Don't miss out! For more info visit
Did you know that if everyone in Mount Gambier put their rubbish in the right bin, it would save the community more than $200,000 each year?
Glass takes more than a million years to decompose in landfill. Play your part and remember to reuse or recycle your glass bottles and jars.
You can also recycle your used batteries and old mobile phones at the Mount Gambier Library.
Watch our recycling video for more hints and tips on what you can do to help conserve our environment.
The Fly the Flag Tour is proudly organised by the All British Classics Car Club, supported by the Association of Motoring Clubs and the Federation of Veteran, Vintage and Classic Vehicle Clubs.
The 2018 Australian Street Rod Federation (ASRF) Regional Blue Lake Nationals will be held in Mount Gambier between 23 and 25 March 2018. The event is under the control of the ASRF South Australian Divisional Council.
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