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

Mount Gambier to Cape Banks Lighthouse.

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2015 on Mar 25, 2015

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Left Mount Gambier 9.00am very cold only 11deg Celsius & headed towards the small coastal village of Carpenters Rocks in the Canunda National Park overlooking the Southern Ocean. Arrived approx 10.30am & found a beautiful little camp spot at the Cape Banks lighthouse sheltered behind sand dunes. Wendy went ...

Dartmoor to Mt Gambier

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2015 on Mar 23, 2015

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Woke up this morning pouring rain as we headed out of Dartmoor at approx 9.30am not much traffic on the road & the views were very scenic as we traveled along. We reached Mt Gambier within an hour as trip was only 47kms & found our way to the local showgrounds where we will be staying for ...

Mount Gambier and the Blue Lake

A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 20, 2014

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Mount Gambier was our target for the day. a smallish town without a mountain in sight. However it does have a hill, which used to be a volcano and within the hill is a very impressive reservoir of water, which turns blue during the summer months. In the heat of the day, like intrepid explorers we circumnavigated the hill. Good exercise, good views and decent weather. Moved onto our motel for the night, ...

Volcano!

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 18, 2014

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... sun out!

The jetty was originally 4,000 feet long, used for loading and unloading of ships that otherwise wouldn't be able to reach shore. It didn't stay 4,000 feet for long, I guess in part due to the weather, so today it is just 2,500 feet long and now only used by fishermen, seagulls and (on a morning like this) mad tourists.

A refreshing start though, it woke us up if we weren't already. A quick nosy around town and then we drove up to the headland, with ...

Whoo Hoo! Over the border we go!

A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on Jun 08, 2014

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... Adelaide so we can do that one holiday weekend maybe. Queens Birthday this weekend in SA and the camp is quite busy.

Sunday 8th June (My brother Marks's 40TH today)
Happy birthday Mark! Glad you have come to join me in the 40's!
We went for a long walk around the lake, very beautiful. Joined another track for a shorter walk on the Mutton Leg walk also stunning. Incredible birdsong today.

We also went to Umpherston ...