The Old Mount Gambier Gaol
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... There has been such a negative response that national parks management have just announced they will stop charging for camping in locations that were at no cost prior to the implementation of this new system, possibly as a carrot to appease the public and potential tourists. We may test out that promise in the next week as we are lovers of national park sceneries.
We still went into the national parks to view potential camp locations but didn't see ...
Exploration day today. We have had a lot of rain over night and it is still very showery and windy but decide to head out anyway. Head to the local tourist board, where we gather information on local sights, and Steve and I visit the "Lady Nelson", Discovery Centre, historical walk about the area and also a look at the full size replica of H.M.S Lady Nelson, from which Mount Gambier was sighted and named after Lord Gambier ...
... the skin of our teeth. It's not easy being an England fan.
So it wasn't too long after I actually got up that Sarah and Fletcher came round to pick me up for our trip up to Mount Gambier. We picked up John and Deborah on the way and after a quick 5 hour drive, which past very quickly with the 2-3 nap in the middle (I wish I could make every long distance journey laid out in the back seats of Fletcher's huge car) we got to the cabin around 4.30pm and it didn't take too ...
Mount Gambier is our first stop in South Australia, it is famous for its past volcanic activity giving Mount Gambier an underground cave system leading to the coast, Umphoston Sinkhole garden and the volcanic crater lakes. Mount Gambier is a beautiful city with wonderful old stone homes and town buildings. Due to the limestone ...
... br> A little further down , we found a lookout showing Mt Napier in the distance
Back in Hamilton, had a look through the Botanic Gardens, does need a bit of cleaning here & there, otherwise quite nice
Next stop was out to the camp spot at Wannon Falls, wher once again, it could do with a bit of rain, such a shame, ...