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Mount Gambier is considered as the second most populous city of South Australia. Why? Because it entertains a population of 25, 199 in the urban areas or 27,756 if the peri-urban groups are included. The location of this picturesque city is on the slopes of Mount Gambier. The distance is about 450 kilometers south-east from Adelaide. The nearest destination is Victorian Border which is located only at a distance of 17 kilometers. This city embraces beautiful geographical specifications, volcanic features as well as various limestone features. However, the most mesmerizing and attractive feature of Mount Gambier is the Blue Lake.

Mount Gambier Tourism:

Mount Gambier is one wonderful spot of South Australia. The whole view of the city is breath-taking. The volcanic landscapes of this city attract a majority of tourists towards it. This is the reason as to why this city has entertained a decent tourism facility for its visitors. The hotels at this city provide a plush accommodation and are available in various budgets. Thus, you can pick one according to your budget. There are holiday rentals provided by this city to its visitors. The restaurants serve delicious found that you will definitely keep on relishing for hours. Lastly, Mount Gambier has a number of amusing places to visit. All in all, you can spend a happy time in this city.

Attractions:

The Blue Lake is one of the biggest attractions of this city. The crystal clear water and the calmness of the water is simply serene. The Umpherston Sinkhole is one of the most magnificent gardens of the area. The Barn is a beautiful property providing for facilities like steakhouse, accommodation and catering. The Tantoola Caves embrace all the scenic beauty and rich cultural beauty of the city. The Coorong National Park is a home to a majority of wildlife. Apart from this, Mount Gambier embraces numerous of other attractions as well.

Planning your Travel to South Australia make sure you add Mount Crawford Forest to your list.

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