Mount Gambier: Paradise on Volcanic Landscape
The South Australian City of Mount Gambier is a popular tour destination for vacations among people of different age groups in the world for its breathtaking view and beautiful scenery. It is located on the slopes of Mount Gambier, about 450 kilometers south-east of the capital Adelaide, South East State. The peak of the mountain is inactive and is a landmark as the city’s highest point standing at 630 feet above sea level.
Sitting atop the long list of Mount Gambier attractions is the beautiful Blue Lake. The waters in the lake are known the world over for their ability to change color with season change earning it the name mysterious lake of the town. For example, every November the lake water turns dense blue while in April it turns to gray color.
Picnic lovers also have a place to enjoy in the big town, Cave Gardens. Families and groups on holiday trips stream here to spend time in the aromatic rose park in the garden that also houses the famous lovers’ corner. When you want to have a greater view of the city, you can climb Centenary tower at the top of the cave. Other attraction sites in the city are Tarpeena Fairytale Village that is exclusive for young guests, Piccaninnie ponds which are freshwater diving sites, Umpherston sinkhole, Tantanoola caves and Old Mount Gambler Gaol.
Upon retiring into the night, you can access the most relaxing and comforting accommodation at The Lakes Resort. The fully licensed restaurant and casino is located on quiet location on the edge of Valley lake crater and offers breathtaking views over the city. If you want to spend your nights in The Lakes Resort in style and class, at your disposal is an indoor gym, indoor heated pool and spa, and outdoor barbeque facilities.