Flag Inn International

Address: Millicent Rd, (formerly Flag Inn), Mount Gambier, South Australia, 5290, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Millicent Rd, (formerly Flag Inn), Mount Gambier.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Gambier

So many sinkholes!

A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jun 12, 2015

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... clothes they wore - you know, those tight little shorts the men used to wear - I think the film was probably about 60 yrs old! Upstairs in the Main Corner, we went to a free screening of "Volcano" The Story of Earth Fire and Water. Luke McKenzie, South Australia's version of Bear Grylls, presented an extremely interesting hour long film which tells the incredible story of the 8 major eruptions that created Mt Gambier. He was bounding ...


A travel blog entry by davo53 on Apr 24, 2015

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... made it and the view was spectacular. The trip down was worse than the trip up. Next we went to Dingley Dell cottage, the one time home of Adam Gordon Lindsay , the horseman and poet. Being pensioners $7.50 was a bit steep, so took some photos and back to the cafe for ...

Around town

A travel blog entry by mikecharl on Apr 18, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

Rise and shine after a little sleep in this morning 18th April to pretty grim weather. Wet and cold but we never let it dampen our spirits to explore Mount Gambier. Started off at the Lady Nelson information centre to pick up all the info on the surrounding areas. Then headed to the shops again in hunt of Mike's coffee and my Cross and Blackwell mayonnaise. Mike found the coffee he has been chasing since Adelaide. Still no Mayo for me grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Then ...

Blue lake big 4 mt gambier - day 145-146

A travel blog entry by boatboy50 on Feb 28, 2015

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... and BBQ facilities twitch we utilised well. The next day was spent driving around looking at the cities natural sinkholes, of which there are a few in town. The main one, umpire stone sinkhole, has some beautifully manicured gardens all the way to the sinkhole floor, with paths leading down to see the inside. Although not in perfect flower for our visit, I could see at the right time it would be magnificent. We also visited cave ...

Travelling along from Kingston to Millicent.

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Dec 29, 2014

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... each other! Why would you want to stay THAT close to someone else??? Ugh! We took the boys for a swim in the Salty Lake allied Pool of Siloam. They were amazed at how easy it was to float. The wind picked up and so we showered the salt off and went exploring. The coast line was amazingly beautiful. We ran up and down the sand dunes with Leila who went super fast!!!! She ...