The Barn Accommodation
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... incorporates the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, the Library, but more importantly, the Cave Garden. This Cave Garden is actually one of many sinkholes in and around My Gambier, and they are all amazing. The Cave Garden is right in the middle of the city, and each night they do a Sound and Light Show telling Indigenous Dreamtime stories as well as showing a film on cave diving, starring Rod and Valerie Taylor. Judging by the old Holden ...
... bay on Grey Street. If you are arriving by bus hop aboard the connecting bus to Helen Street from the James street bus stand or simply hire a taxi from the taxi stand located at City Chemmart on Helen Street.
The Centro is about the best shopping venue you will find in Gambier and is quite fulfilling for the serious shopaholic. Enhance your holiday experience within the region that is well known for its lush ...
... industry is timber logging. Settled into a beautiful Big4 caravan park on the edge of Blue Lake that was formed after a volcano eruption. The whole area is full of green forests surrounded by rolling green fields. Caught up on powerful high pressure shower, well needed after the night in the national park without a wash. Charl made a tasty red Thai curry that could not be finished off with a beer as my car fridge had frozen the lot. Tomorrow we will explore the surrounding ...
... just 2 stores & pub., along the main street are beautiful preserved carved wood figures plus 2 tree's in the park also. Not much done today Wendy went for a long walk while I attempted to set up satellite dish fat chance.
... naturally made remnants of volcanoes from many years past. The main lake supplies fresh water for the town, is very deep and amazingly changes colour throughout the year from a beautiful deep blue as we saw it, to a cloud grey during the winter months. It was simply beautiful, and well worth the five minute drive out of town. The other lakes in the area are utilised for waterskiing and watersports, and also have some great ...