Flag Inn International

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

The 338 Steps

A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on Jun 22, 2014

... safe to say that I was dominant across our 13 games, taking 9 wins to 4 (or 8 to 5 if you count the moral victory I gave Michael in the last game). So about 10ish we jumped back in the car and headed back home. The plan the next day was to get up early for the England game, but as with the first game I missed, I slept through my alarm and missed the whole thing. From what I hear I didn't miss much, and are now in the familiar position of playing the numbers game to get ...

Just waiting around

A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Jun 02, 2014

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... was the first vessel to sail eastwood through Bass straight and in December 1800 land was sighted. The first mountain sited was Mt. Schank and named after Captain Schank, the second sighted was named after Lord Gambier. On this trip Cape Northumberland and Cape Banks where also named.

Penambol conservation park and Caroline Sinkhole.

We drove out towards the coast and the border for ...

Arriving in South Australia

A travel blog entry by jeffandkaren on Mar 25, 2014

7 comments, 9 photos

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 ...

Volcanic Sights and Cheesy Bites

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Mar 10, 2014

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... blog written and La Toya advertised we did have a little time to see some of the best bits of the area. Our first outing was to Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, an old volcanic crater which is now a park with lots of wildlife and walking trails. Having still not quite had my fill of Koalas and other marsupials I dragged Tim out for a walk. The crater is just astounding in itself, I imagine an aerial view would be just beautiful, but as you drive down into the crater the ...

South Australia!

A travel blog entry by narravaners on Feb 23, 2014

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... stayed in the Show Ground the next night. Visited Blue Lake th next day before heading for the Coorong.

Coorong - Camped at 42 mile crossing. Loved staying put for 4 nights then moving camp to Parnka Point where there are pelicans galore. Big pelicans.
We did the Nature Walk and saw a huge Mallee Fowl!