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Mount Gambier

The thriving City of Mount Gambier is located mid way between Adelaide and Melbourne, just within the border of South Australia. The streets and houses are built around the slopes of an extinct volcano 27.37 kilometres from the sea, with the City climbing almost to the lip of the famous Blue Lake, and the outskirts extending on to the rich volcanic soil of the surrounding plain DISTANCE FROM MOUNT GAMBIER TO SURROUNDING TOWNSHIPS Distance is estimated kilometres from Mount Gambier taking the shortest route Allendale East - 22 km A small rural settlement renowned for the sinkhole in the middle of the road Beachport - 85 km  Beautiful sandy beaches on one side, rugged coastal scenery on the other making it a popular holiday resort Black Fellows Caves - 40 km Caves sculptured into the cliff face by the elements which can only be seen from the sea. Known by early settlers as a hiding place for Aboriginals. Today, it is a quiet fishing town Cape Douglas - 30 km Carpenter Rocks - 40 km Safe coastal inlet providing shelter for a small fishing fleet, popular swimming beach, rock and surf fishing Compton - 6 km Rural settlement close to the city Coonawarra - 56 km Heart of the Coonawarra wine area Dartmoor - 47 km Survey by Major Mitchell, a guiet town on the Glenelg River  Dergholm - 83 km Unique Country Atmosphere Donovans - 30 kmA quiet town situated on the only section of the Glenelg River which flows in South Australia. Fishing permits are not required on this section of the riverEdenhope - 131 kmSet on the shores of Lake Wallace and surround by sheep and cattle grazing Glenburnie - 6 km Rural settlement on the outskirts of the city Glencoe - 25 km Small township situated just off the main highway between Millicent and Mount Gambier. Houses the National Trust famous Woolshed Kingston - 157 km Set on Lacepede Bay at the southern end of the Coorong. Great for fishing and wide range of water sports Millicent - 50 km Situated between the majestic coastline of Canunda National Park and the volcanics of Mount Muirhead and Mount Burr, the township which was founded in 1879 supports a large rural and timber industry Naracoorte - 102 km One of the region’s larger commercial centres with 7 day shopping Nelson - 37 km Situated on the mouth of the Glenelg River near Lower Glenelg National Park, the town is a popular holiday resort and provides excellent facilities for a range of river activities Padthaway - 168 km Quickly establishing itself as one of the great wine producing area Penola - 50 kmFounded in the 1850, this historical town is well known for its association with Mary MacKillop Portland - 105 km Victoria’s birthplace, first settled by Edward Henty in 1834, it is the main port for the Green Triangle Port MacDonnell - 27 km South Australia's largest lobster port and proclaimed as the Southern Rock Lobster Capital of Australia. Provides for a range of coastal and holiday activities Robe - 131 km A popular destination for visitors who enjoy a relaxed coastal retreat, in an historic setting, that offers fresh gourmet produce, lobster and wine Southend - 76 kmThis pleasant holiday town popular for fishing and water sport activities. is the northern gateway to Canunda National Park