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Limestone Cost Tourist Park

Limestone Cost Tourist Park

Limestone Cost Tourist Park



The Blue Lake is 500 metres across and 80 metres deep. It is the source of water to the city of Mount Gambier. It mysteriously turns a vibrant blue during the summer months. You can experience a facinating 45 minute tour which takes visitors in a glass paneled lift down the original dolomite well shaft, from which water was originally extracted. Walk through a tunnel to see the Blue Lake at close proximity. Hear the interesting stories of local history, European settlement, folklore and aboriginal legend. Enjoy accomodation caravan style while exploring the Blue Lake.

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Limestone Coast Tourist Park
The Umpherston Sinkhole was once a cave, formed through the dissolution of the limestone, this sinkhole was created when the top of the chamber fell to the floor of the cave, creating the perfect environment for its 'sunken' garden, Paul Krummel was the first curator of the Cave Garden from the 1880's to 1920. He initiated the first community plantings and rose garden. It is open at all times and from dusk each evening the area comes alive with possums as they venture into the floodlit gardens to feed. A large undercover shelter and BBQ is provided, free of charge. Limestone Coast Tourist Park
Coonawarra , one of the best tourist sites in South Australia, is less than an hour's drive away.

Coonawarra has become synonymous with Cabernet Sauvignon. It's the star performer on the Terra Rossa. Overall the region produces quality reds from Shiraz, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir, Malbec and Merlot grapes. White grape varieties include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Semillon. Click here for more information

Limestone Coast Tourist Park

The Lady Nelson Visitor & Discovery Centre will help you get the most out of your stay in Mount Gambier. Take a tour of the Lady Nelson and see ancient fossils and learn about our history and geology. Walk on the exciting glass floor in The Cave Walk to see illuminated fossil rocks strewn with kangaroo and other bones to represent a typical cave floor of the area. The Theatrette will take you on an exhilarating journey to experience the supurb scenery of the area. Click here for more information

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The Cave Garden is a great place for a picnic. Walk down into the cave and venture out onto the suspended viewing platforms for an awesome view into the cave. It is well worth a visit at night with its spectacular lighting.

During winter, storm water run-off makes its way to the cave forming a spectacular waterfall. It eventually enters the underground water system which possibly feeds into the Blue Lake.

Limestone Coast Tourist Park
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