Mount Gambier Hotel

Address: 2 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier, South Australia, SA 5290,, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Gambier

Apollo Bay to Mt. Gambier via the Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by jayneamurrill on Oct 20, 2014

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... shakes. We visited the museum, it was filled with all the equipment you need for milking cows and making cheese. After we left cheese world we drove about 2 minutes and were in Warrnambool where there was a McD's. Go figure. The drive was great and we made it to Mt. Gambier. The hotel there was not so great, but we were not there long enough to matter. We did laundry, but wound up hanging our clothes all over our rooms to dry since the dryer ...

Day 47 - Mount Gambier

A travel blog entry by laylaandjed on Oct 16, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

Mount Gambier SA. Nice place here. Very picturesque. Staying across the road from Blue Lake.(Volcanic Crater)
We went for a drive up to Millicent today via Carpenter Rocks and Lake Bonney four some 4x4. Good four wheel drive through National Park. Heaps of sand dunes. Layls loved it. So did Jed till he fell asleep.
Thinking of pointing the ute north by ...

Free camp site all ours.

A travel blog entry by kbjackson7154 on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... Blue Lake and time to catch up with Em Soper. We went on a shot walk around part of the lake, it was very windy walking around the top. Blue Lake is the drinking water for the city. Situated in one of three extinct volcanic craters, the Blue Lake exposes the crystal clear water that has filtered underground through the limestone, passing slowly beneath the city.With average depths of 70 metres, the lake contains 36,000 million litres.

Volcanic Sights and Cheesy Bites

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Mar 10, 2014

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... nothing particularly on our to-do list between Mount Gambier and Adelaide so we just randomly picked a town that looked good in the tour guides and found ourselves in Robe. Robe is a fishing village with a population of around 1,300. Like most places it had a bank, a food store, a pub and a fish and chip shop and not a whole lot else.

Interestingly, During the Victorian gold rush in 1857, over 16,000 Chinese people landed at Robe to travel overland to ...

Mount Gambier

A travel blog entry by melaniesch on Feb 26, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... as I've never done it before!) to take the kids bikes off the back of the caravan as jared was unhitching, thankfully the kids were still in the car engrossed in their audiobooks. All of a sudden I heard "ahhhhhhhhhh" and the whole van rolled backwards into me and the kids bikes. Thankfully i was fine so I ran forward to make sure Jared was fine (thankfully he was too) to find the van tow bar on the ground. Now for the uninitiated, our caravan ...