Mount Gambier Hotel
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... at one of the local schools. After church we head back to the Engelbrecht cave, and take the tour. These caves are situated amongst homes in a suburban area of Mount Gambier and one of the cave tunnels that is filled with water runs under the main road into town, and divers when in the caves have reported being able to hear the cars on the road quite clearly,going over the top of them. These huge complex ...
... forestry. Mount Gambier is also part of the Limestone Coast area and is quite lush. This is not only due to its annual rainfall but to the abundance of underground water which lies in the wedge shaped blocks of limestone beneath the earth's surface. This limestone is also a major building stone. We also know that we have crossed the border as the telegraph poles are very different and they are called Stobie Poles, made of two steel joists ...
Sorry for the long time away from the blogs, but Wednesday and Thursday were pretty quiet and this weekend was almost entirely void of WiFi. So, time for another big 4 day round up. Got to Di and Michael's about 6ish on Wednesday, popped in to the takeaway for some chicken and chips on the way and just settled in for the night with the puppies Butters and Bo. For fellow Scots reading this, the irony of Bo often being preferred to as Boaby will not be lost on you, I certainly had ...
... We stopped for lunch a Nelson and sat by the Glenelg river where we almost got the kayak down off the car roof but decided to move on.
Nelson bridge - The first bridge was opened February 8, 1893, on this day two buggy loads of visitors left Portland at 6am and arrived at nelson at 2pm (glad were not travelling by buggy it would be a bloody long trip). The wooden bridge did 70 years of service and was replaced by a steel ...
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 ...