Mount Gambier Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... about to leave the State of Victoria by a sign advising us that there was a quarantine bin 5 km further down the road. Coming from Tasmania, we are aware of the importance of plant quarantine to protect the agricultural industries from foreign pests which could cause havoc. However, many of us were brought up in homes where the starving kids from China/Africa/Biafra were identified as an example of how lucky we were to live in a land of plenty and so therefore ...
... reasonably priced meal was probably the best pub meal we have ever experienced. We all ate in excess, not wanting to leave any of the delicious food on our plates. The only disappointment was the signage that non consumed food was not permitted to be taken, or we could have had enough food for another day, and still been satisfied with that night’s tea.
Some of the photo’s attached are a sample of tree carvings along the streets of this tiny ...
We travelled to Mt Gambier where we restocked our fuel & food. A visit to the information centre felt somewhat lackluster.
A grey looking blue lake combined with a cold wind and light drizzle was uninspiring and we decided not to stop over at Mt Gambier this time. We had previously spent time exploring Mt Gambier and ...
... at us as we passed! As the morning progressed, and far more people, including some very loud children, for some reason the wildlife seemed to have vanished! The walks were indeed good, and we were able to get to a good viewpoint to see over the reserve and to the sea beyond. Then a stroll around the top of one of the craters, with the bottom now forming a pool. Different types of flora, and a whole lot of small birds, swooping and chirping in ...
... is magnificent and even though we were being blown about by the strong winds, we really enjoyed this spectacular sight from one of the viewpoints. We also drove around valley lake. Cave Gardens, another Sink Hole, and was the original source of water for the early settlers. We walked out onto the suspended viewing platform and had an awesome view into the cave. There is a waterfall, and during winter storms it ...